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Even many of Netanyahu's supporters blame him for the high cost of living.
Rescuers discovered body hours later.
One person was killed and five others were injured during shootings in Mesa.
Starbucks and USA TODAY have partnered to talk about race in America.
It said "hang loose."
An endangered clouded leopard gave birth to a single kitten at Tampa's Lowry Park Zoo.
The spending cap for the replacement hospital was set at $880 million.
Letter was intercepted at screening facility far away from the White House.
Hearing the voices of all oppressed people, regardless of race, is important, she says.
A drive-by shooting in Stockton, Calif., also wounded four people, police said.
They build birchbark canoes by hand, inspired by their Ojibwa neighbors.
Oregon's automatic registration law will add about 300,000 new voters to rolls.
State relies mainly on self-policing to ensure privacy of DMV data is respected.
A severe geomagnetic storm is hitting Earth today, producing gorgeous auroras.
Invitation from Christy Brown, known for innovative sustainable practices, hard to turn down.
Huge chunks of ice that broke up along a northern Ohio river pushed into a low-lying cemetery and toppled Civil War-era headstones.
Democrats say Republicans killed the bipartisan bill by inserting anti-abortion language.
The men's basketball team at UVA can count Jeb Bush as a fan in March Madness.
Wildlife officials say 2,000 migrating snow geese have died in eastern Idaho.
Kappa Delta Rho at Penn State has been suspended for posting photos of passed out women on Facebook.