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Earthquake hazards appear to be growing in parts of the eastern and central U.S.
USA TODAY Network looks at conservation efforts and their impact on bear populations.
The biggest and most buzzworthy news to start your morning.
Surface-to-air missile system too complicated for rebels to operate themselves
It ruled that Utah does not have to recognize more than 1,000 gay marriages.
Despite widespread protests, immigrant children sometimes welcomed.
Super Typhoon Rammasun has killed dozens in the Philippines.
Victims included young children on vacation with family and prominent AIDS researchers.
She claims RT had "disregard for the facts" by blaming Ukraine soon after the story broke.
Researchers and activists among those said to have died on plane downed in Ukraine.
A change in sentencing guidelines would be applied to inmates.
The day of service is timed to the late South African leader's birthday.
15 cars and 9 tractor trailers collide because of dust caused by brush fires in Washington state
Despite the appeal, they believe the state will begin issuing marriage licenses soon.
N.J. governor attracts big crowds in swing through presidential caucus country
Quinn Lucas Schansman was a dual citizen of the United States and The Netherlands, State Department spokeswoman Jen Psaki said on Twitter.
Victim targeted by white teens, harassed and beaten, then run down by a pickup truck
The dispute between Russia and Ukraine raised questions about which would control airspace
Ed Peternell reflects on a century of St. Stephen history.
Pope Francis is planning rare back-to-back trips to the city of Caserta, one official and one private.