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Pot sales are set to start Tuesday, but not much product will be available.
DC Entertainment won't allow iconic 'S' on statue for 5-year-old who was starved to death.
Tariq Abu Khdeir's family want him back in U.S. to receive medical care.
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Germany's arrest of a suspected U.S. spy leads to more tension between the two nations.
Pastor who stepped down after her marriage to a woman now leads Maryland church.
Rep. Henry Cuellar worries Obama's response to immigration will spark Katrina-like backlash.
Typhoon Neoguri is expected to reach Okinawa early Tuesday, packing winds of up to 154 miles per hour.
Judge limits Ahmad Jebril's travel and social media activity.
Campaigns combing voting records looking for irregularities in Mississippi Senate contest
President Obama has lunch at the White House with an invited group of teachers.
Committee will have bigger budget than House Veterans' Affairs panel.
Nigeria had earlier denied reports of another mass abduction on June 22.
Everything we know about the tragic death of 22-month-old Cooper Harris.
Shevardnadze played a key role in reforms that led to the collapse of the Soviet Union.
A sexual abuse scandal by priests has tarnished the image of the Catholic Church.
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California wildfire burning in triple-digit heat
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