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The world's most popular figure demands top-down cultural reform to save the planet.
He plotted an uprising in Charleston against slavery in 1822.
Rand Paul says he wants to give power to the people.
Charleston County Coroner named all nine slain at the Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church.
Suspect emailed himself information about pressure cooker bombs, court papers say.
Richard Matt and David Sweat vanished from a New York State prison June 6.
In Oakland, the Oracle Area was sold out Tuesday simply to watch the game, which was played in Cleveland, Ohio.
Judge decides that she knew a witness from last month too well.
New Attorney General Loretta Lynch is honored at formal investiture ceremony.
Group advocating more aggressive policy in Europe to advise Pentagon
Clinton, Bush, and Rubio's logos create the most buzz in the 2016 race to the White House.
Demographers say the fertility rate increase could indicate a recovering U.S. economy.
The Supreme Court is likely to put Evan Wolfson out of work, and he couldn't be happier.
Democrats say GOP members of a special committee on Benghazi are violating their own rules
He can now serve in his school's ROTC program without compromising his religious beliefs.
In the 1980s, Mark Stebbins insisted he was black when he looked white and had white parents.
Lynch becomes the first U.S. attorney general with a Twitter account.
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