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Michael Brown Sr. and Lesley McSpadden will testify before committee against torture.
The pair were greeted with hugs from friends and family waiting on the tarmac.
A too-rowdy party in a Hoboken, N.J., bar spelled doom for young officers.
President Obama is expected to issue immigration orders by the end of the year.
Remnants of Typhoon Nuri already hit Alaska with gale-force winds and massive waves.
President Obama says he does enjoy the political aspects of his job.
Some of the technologies we use today have their roots behind the Iron Curtain.
President Obama says he has to take responsibility for the Democratic loss of the Senate.
The ballot asks voters two questions: should Catalonia be a state, and if so, should it be independent.
Myles Munroe, founder of Bahamas Faith Ministries, was en route to a leadership conference.
On Kristallnacht anniversary, a quiet hero's story: "He just did it, whatever it took."
A miracle rescue at sea is among this week's stories.
Germans celebrate a day that marked a turning point in the country's postwar history.
The deadly disease has radically restructured life in the African nation.
25 years after the Berlin Wall fell, what happened to inspirational presidential oratory?
5 facts about fever: Here's what you need to know when body temperatures rise.
To reduce smog and traffic, China takes drastic steps ahead of a major summit.
How the Motor City managed to emerge from its historic bankruptcy case.
One of movement's significant organizations traces roots to Middlebury College in Vermont.
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