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Kurds and Yazidi sect members vow to avenge the Islamic State's brutal assault.
A challenge claims subsidies should not be allowed In 36 states with federal exchanges.
Four Mich. judges have been removed from the bench and a fifth was forced to retire.
People in Berkeley, Calif., protesting Eric Garner's death threw objects at police, smashed windows.
Kindergarten teacher Ibolya Ryan, 47, was found stabbed to death Dec. 1.
The family will surrender the centuries-old grist mill, house and general store.
Agribusiness corporations supplement Obama's $1 billion program with seed, training.
Police have yet to disclose a possible motive in the attack.
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IKEA brings retro Swedish design to its line of furniture.
A mesmerizing narrative should not supplant balance and fairness.
Newspaper's bureau chief was arrested almost five months ago.
This year, a boy in Blaine, Wash., made a simple request for mail and now he's getting dozens of gifts daily from folks he's never met.
The twin boys, born Thursday in Atlanta, shared a heart and circulatory system.
As many as 1,000 more troops will stay in Afghanistan than planned.
GOP victory gives the party 54 Senate seats in the 114th Congress.
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Andres "Andy" Avalos, 33, was taken into custody at a mobile home park in Bradenton.