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The blast ripped through a bus station in the town of Kohat.
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After a four-month hiatus, the hunt is on in a desolate stretch of the Indian Ocean.
Protests appear to be subsiding, and many marchers say they've achieved their goal.
If a scientist in Israel is successful, we could someday taste the wine described in the Bible.
Family in contact with Ebola patient moved to private residence; apartment decontaminated.
The Oregon Zoo's 3-week-old lion cubs are ready for names, and the zoo is asking for your help voting on them.
Police responded and fired shots at the five dogs, killing one.
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The National Medal of Science, and the National Medal of Technology and Innovation.
Howard University hospital says the patient recently traveled to Nigeria.
Hundreds of students, teachers and parents packed the school board meeting.
The rival nations held their highest-level talks in five years, and more may be coming.
U.S. Chamber of Commerce turns to Sen. Paul to appeal to libertarians for Dan Sullivan.
Mozilla is taking on Google again, this time in the TV streaming device arena.
Bloggers do not take lightly to men being heroes and women, well, needing heroes.
Typhoon Phanfone is forecast to impact Japan over the weekend.
GOP hawk says he may "jump in" the 2016 race to address defense and foreign policy issues.
President Obama and the Republicans look forward to debating the Obama record.
Parents say their son was nearly killed after their home security system failed to work.