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Found not guilty by reason of insanity, he remains at St. Elizabeths but visits his mother in Va. for 17 days.
Debbie Dingell seeks the House seat that a Dingell has held for 81 years.
Restrictions lifted for more than 400,000 Ohio, Michigan residents.
Wedding planners and venues are getting ready for an uptick in pricey celebrations.
Leaders of Belgium, France, Britain and Germany mark day war began.
At least 156 people have succumbed to the disease in Liberia.
With help from a friend and 3-D printer, Howard Kamarata regains movement, confidence.
Some Republicans and Democrats can't stop talking about impeachment.
At least one body found in an overturned vehicle as rain swept away roads in a torrent of mud and rocks.
And in an obscenity-laden reply to a subpoena, he told them what they could do with one.
Theodore Wafer is charged with second-degree murder in the shooting of Renisha McBride, 19.
Jurors will decide whether she will be put to death for killing ex-boyfriend.
California's drought interrupted by heavy rain, mudslides
President Obama turns 53 years old Monday.
Clarence and Carl Aguirre, 12, were born joined at the skull and were separated in 2004.
Says South Africa is an example of ending a conflict "no one thought we could resolve."
President Clinton wishes President Obama a happy birthday.
Black officers are dismissed in higher percentages than white officers, Army records show.
Ruling striking down same-sex ban is third in three weeks but first to require reciprocity.
August 4th marks the 100th anniversary of Great Britain declaring war on Germany.