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He kept in touch with his high school and wanted students to understand world issues.
California is in the third year of one of the state's worst droughts in the past century.
China tries to fight government corruption through exhibits, prison visits.
President Obama has no deadline for decisions on executive orders regarding immigration.
The biggest and most buzzworthy news to start your morning.
New ammo for those who say low-carb is superior and those who say many diets can work.
The first U.S. ambassador in the newest nation saw hopes, then civil war in South Sudan.
Don DeZarn says Princeton officials told him he couldn't use medicinal marijuana.
Pro-independence support reaches 47% ahead of Sept. 18 referendum.
Washington is primary battlefield in war over lake Michigan ferry service.
Gazprombank hires Trent Lott, John Breaux to lobby against sanctions over Ukraine tensions.
Movie studios are increasingly looking overseas — especially to China — for revenue.
Another U.S. doctor infected with Ebola in LIberia.
A new study says that as the world gets warmer, parts of North America could see more of the polar vortex.
Al-Qaeda-linked insurgents abducted U.N. peacekeepers in the area last week.
The opportunity to control Ebola is closing, CDC director says. Another U.S. doctor infected.
Suspect, who has been arrested, tried to grab the victim's wallet from his pocket.
The group is trying to drive the U.S. out of the Mideast.
The boom in U.S. natural gas production fuels Dominion's $5 billion gas pipeline proposal.
North Korea offers Americans as bargaining chips, a former ambassador says