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The report will detail the CIA's torture of suspected terrorists after 9/11.
A Maryland Target employee rallied the troops for the onslaught of shoppers, "with bargains in their head and fire in their eyes."
Natural weather patterns are causing the California drought, a NOAA study says.
Wearable tech is in its awkward adolescent phase, but it's about to grow up in a big way.
Sen. McCaskill wants to counter the influence of Rex Sinquefield, Missouri's own mega-donor.
George W. Bush says he wrote about his father because of his accomplishments and character.
An 18-year-old died Monday night in Ohio after suffering a gunshot wound to the head.
Dan Pfeiffer knows what his first days of life after the White House will be like.
A girl's Christmas card fairytale, amazing marriage proposal among the week's stories.
Efficiency standards mean nothing if you keep these fridges plugged in.
Angry fans burn team gear to show displeasure with players' 'hands up, don't shoot' entry.
President Obama talks with BET about the nation's rising racial tensions.
Nineteen people who became nauseous or dizzy were treated at local hospitals.
Thousands of people crowd the high school bleachers to say goodbye.
Today's service members say they feel underpaid, under-equipped and under-appreciated.
The bulk of Nobel Prize-winning novelist Doris Lessing's book collection is handed over to the Harare City Library.
Passenger, contents of bag, behavior lined up in "a perfect storm," fire marshal says.
Paper's Tehran bureau chief has been detained more than four months.
Advocates for sexual assault victims struggle to keep the focus on victims' rights.
Thinking of buying a healthy cookbook, fitness tracker or treadmill? Proceed with caution.