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Edward Snowden claims U.S. policies diminish defenses against cyberattacks.
A government official said machinery detected pings, but this must be confirmed.
Close to 200 teens were at the party, drinking and scantily clad, deputies say.
Peter Shumlin didn't receive 50% of vote in November but got 61.5% from lawmakers.
Schools were closed or delayed at hundreds of districts across the USA.
President sympathizes with frustrated football fans.
Both suspects had been on U.S. 'no-fly' lists for years, a U.S. official said.
By Thursday morning, the National Weather Service predicts that 87.2% of the country will see below- freezing temperatures.
Kim Jong Un may have been born in 1982, 1983 or 1984.
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The FBI is considering whether the Colorado Springs blast was an act of domestic terror.
Reddit, LinkedIn and other websites were hit by problems by the last leap second, in 2012.
A French satirical newspaper called Charlie Hebdo published daring covers through the years.
Resident suspicious of man going door to door because there wasn't enough snow to shovel.
The flight data and cockpit voice recorders are crucial to helping determine what caused the plane to vanish.
Giffords and her husband, retired astronaut Mark Kelly, talked privately with Obama.
John Podesta is leaving the Obama White House and may work for Hillary Clinton.
Man passed police officer going 100 mph before stopping to throw girl over bridge.
More veterans with hepatitis C could benefit from the drug but can't qualify yet.
Massachusetts congressman: 'It's like Boston is reliving what happened all over again'