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It's the season for bell ringing, donating, gifting and surprise gold coins.
Republicans have few options to try to combat Obama's immigration executive action.
Hong Kong pro-democracy protest leader Joshua Wong continued a hunger strike Tuesday, in an effort to force government officials into talks.
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Scott Panetti is scheduled to die Wednesday in Texas.
Wiping down equipment before and after use helps cut down the spread of colds.
Congress to vote on whether to extend numerous tax breaks.
The president pushes Congress on an Ebola funding bill.
The Supreme Court appears increasingly wary of the death penalty.
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Kathleen Sebelius says Jonathan Gruber was no 'architect' of Obamacare; they never had a meeting.
Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi's family members were arrested in Lebanon, according to reports.
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They didn't anticipate testing blood would lead to emotional connections with Liberians.
Nevada is next battleground for gun-control groups seeking to expand background checks.
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Many states have stiffened penalties and broadened the handheld device bans already in place.
One of 2 women traveling with the men messaged a family member, who called police.
St. Louis police say they've arrested teen suspect in hammer attack on Bosnian-American that lead to death.
Stockton police have the alleged thief's photo because he keeps taking pictures of himself.