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A photo of a smiling Sgt. Bergdahl with a Taliban commander surfaces.
Nutritious lunches might be the main meal of the day for children during summer break
Senators had accused the CIA of trying to interfere with an inquiry into its practices.
Vote is part of Democrats' effort to spotlight the growing role of money in elections.
Officials say hackers accessed some databases of the U.S. Office of Personnel Management.
Students held a bake sale to help a teacher after her home burned down. The students have also created a fundraising page for the family.
Xi Jinping and John Kerry vowed better economic and security co-operation.
Mother said she forgot her 18-month-old twin in the car taking husband to work.
Four most important factors in the grocery store still taste, price, nutrition and safety
Following in her parents' footsteps, Chelsea Clinton also makes paid speeches.
President Obama declines a toke in Colorado.
Five people died in storms that swept the Northeast late Tuesday.
Parents and children disagree over when to sit down and discuss important financial matters.
Witnesses tell Congress efforts to expose safety, ethic violations led to reprisals
The 1995 Srebrenica massacre, carried out by Serb forces, was Europe's worst since WWII.
The dead were all men between the ages of 25 and 40, all of them with gunshot wounds.
Scientific projects tend to be more modest than others, generally raising just thousands.
A break at the pump? Gas prices could drop up to 25 cents soon
GOP challenger considers the problem indicative of other wrongs.
Teen turns vandal attack on her derriere into teachable moment about healthy body image