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Grace Karaffa, 11, who was denied lip balm, wants Augusta County, Va., schools to allow it.
Some residents questioning Atlanta's land deal with entertainment mogul Tyler Perry
A solar flare that launched off the sun Wednesday afternoon could cause some fluctuations in Earth's power grid.
The foundation said funds will go to the United Nations, the CDC and other global groups.
State Department official tells Congress report of missing planes "is without foundation."
The first thing prison coach might tell you: Don't watch "Oz."
The White House releases excerpts from President Obama's speech Wednesday.
Ukraine says the regions would remain part of Ukraine and rejects idea of federalization.
A USA TODAY examination of FBI data shows most fit one of five patterns.
Protesters were seeking a special prosecutor to review the case of Michael Brown.
Defense attorney called the case sad and horrible, but asked public to withhold judgment.
Arias was convicted last year of murdering her lover.
The select committee will hold its first public hearing since it was formed in May.
About 55% of Catalans support independence, according to the Public Diplomacy Council.
I wanted a headline that would convey the enormity, and treacherous nature, of that day.
Secretary of State visits Iraq for meeting with new Shiite prime minister.
"It's an incredible group of people working together for such a beautiful cause,"
British political party leaders travel to Scotland to garner support for the Union.
Albuquerque's police chief says police shootings show a "systemic failure."
Seven suspects surrounded a man and his brother and demanded they flash gang signs, police say.