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U.S. and Latin America may be forging a new path of cooperation.
Despite lobbying bans, ex-lawmakers find jobs in Washington's influence industry.
Man is on quest to flesh out entire universe of characters surrounding president's death.
The Department of Environment and Heritage Protection will attempt to catch the crocodile.
The technology already exists, so it's just a matter of time until it reaches consumers.
The program is part of a recent trend to give students access to an affordable education.
A 65-year-old German woman is pregnant with quadruplets, according to German media reports.
Ex-Goldman Sachs CEO says he's supporting Bush because he was a "very successful governor."
This is part of a series about Make A Difference Day award winners.
This is at least the 3rd Megabus crash in Indiana in 6 months.
Two-year-old had a leg injury from fall at Cleveland zoo.
Geriatric bridges and roads serve no one.
'I'm not actually afraid,' says Annegret Raunigk
Scientists have studied the effects of meteor strikes above ground, but what happens to soil underground during a high-speed impact?
"I am encouraged," former Md. governor says in email hinting at 2016 presidential race.
Car left the highway at a curve, overturned and struck a tree, police say.
Scientists say it will take more time, maybe decades, to fully grasp the spill's impact on Gulf region.
Naloxone, a heroin overdose reversal drug, is simple to administer and could save lives.
Spring signifies a fresh start, so why not kick off the season with some spring cleaning?
President seeks contrasts with Republican Congress.