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Three years after ending U.S. combat in Iraq, President Obama finds himself back there.
Obama had authorized military action Thursday night.
Now comes the phase where prosecutors build the foundation of their case.
Reports that dozens died while waiting for care helped touch off national firestorm.
The city entered into consent decrees after police were accused of unconstitutional conduct.
Teens say parents often are the ones calling them on cell phones while the kids are driving
USA TODAY Network looks back at key facts, figures and images from the scandal that changed American history.
Jenise Wright, 6, was missing for several days when her body was recovered near her home.
Brother said drowning victim lost his battle with addiction
Lessons in how not to make a good first impression in your new job highlights the list.
A child's science experiment that aims to save lives.
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry had been in talks with the candidates.
Judge agreed with magistrate's conclusion that science grounding the case was discredited.
Some in the community accused department of excessive force in some arrests.
Police hope the records lead them to the killers of Russell and Shirley Dermond.
President Obama speaks with advisers a day after authorizing action in Iraq.
Victims' advocates, DA looking for evidence for new trial.
Chief defense lawyer for Oscar Pistorius ended final trial arguments Friday.
A 7th defendant is charged in the 2010 murder of a U.S. Border Patrol agent.
Girl, 14, returned home July 20 but investigators have not given details of case.