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Bradlee, the legendary former 'Washington Post' editor, had battled Alzheimer's for years.
The Denver-area girls were detained in Germany during alleged plan to join Islamist fighters.
President Obama said he understands Democrats who don't want to campaign with him.
Wasted time and fuel drives up the price of gridlock.
A Tennessee church steps up to help a man who lost the car that was his home.
Juvenile court Judge Tracie Hunter was found guilty of having unlawful interest in a public contract.
Black voters are latest target audience in new radio ads in the Kentucky Senate race.
The American released by North Korea is an Ohio city street worker with a taste for adventure
This North Carolina magistrate judge also is an ordained minister
Freelance journalist declared Ebola free and able to leave bio-unit at Nebraska hospital
South African athlete was found guilty of culpable homicide.
Louisiana is one of the key battlegrounds in GOP's efforts to regain control of the Senate.
It's a gutsy move to go into battle against U.S. Marines — even if you're a band member and the weapon of choice is a snare drum.
Quebec police fatally shot the suspect after a car chase.
She walked in street after being told not to, was arrested Monday.
Victim's body was found in bathtub of hotel room.
Jeffrey Fowle released from Pyongyang after pleas through Swedish embassy there
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Assistant attorney general says changes address "emerging threats to our national security."
A Utah woman accused of killing six newborns and storing their bodies, appears in court.