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The Office of Administration says it's not subject to the Freedom of Information Act.
President Obama and aides stay mum on the Israeli elections, at least in public.
As part of USA TODAY's Women's History Month coverage, Ashley Graham, a model and body activist is taking your questions.
Curtis Gans, 77, was known for his voting studies and research.
One man developed the most accurate road trip maps across several continents.
Isaac Herzog comes from a family considered the Kennedy clan of Israel.
The patient was returned to the U.S. from Sierra Leone on Friday.
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Texas company plans to construct a 343-mile crude oil pipeline across 18 Iowa counties.
Difficulty looms for President Obama's attorney general pick
Florida's governor faces crucial decision on whether to buy land from sugar company.
With $360K in the bank, James Robertson now has a team of financial experts advising him.
Fearful that friends were after his cash, walking worker James Robertson moved out.
A law student from Vermont is helping to solve racial killings in the Jim Crow South.
Lyndon Johnson delivered an historic voting rights speech 50 years ago Sunday.
The Arizona senator joined 46 other Republicans in sending a letter to Iran's leaders.
Robert Durst was arrested in New Orleans.
Kurdish peshmerga forces claimed to be driving Islamic State fighters from Kirkuk.