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President Obama wins a couple of games of pool from Colorado's John Hickenlooper.
In Central Alabama, pulmonologist who falsified more than 1,200 patient records kept doing it even after he was caught.
Construction workers relieved hatchlings not protected ospreys so repairs could continue
It's Bear Week! See if you are more like a panda or polar bear.
A group claims the swastika was a symbol of a peace long before it became associated with the Nazis.
An argument over money led to a woman’s arrest on aggravated battery charges.
Rand Paul defends himself against Rick Perry's charge that he is an isolationist.
Kristina Anderson shared her story at a California conference of school safety officers.
Authorities say it will cost $2 billion to get the cruise ship off the reef and scrapped.
Unaccompanied children attempt arduous treks to the U.S. in search of a better life.
Al Neuharth's widow lists "Pumpkin Center" compound for nearly $5 million
What does the French National Day have to do with the USA? A lot, actually.
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President Obama will again warn that the Highway Trust Fund is set to expire soon.
Pedro Alberto Monterrosso-Navas is suspected of killing woman in Louisiana.
Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl has completed counseling at an Army hospital.
As the rocket takes off, so do the cows.
Residents of England's 'Little Scotland' held a mock referendum over the weekend.
Democrats say Wis. governor should reimburse state for security costs for out-of-state trips.
The rational middle ground can get shouted down by the extremes.