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As the fighting ends in Slovyansk, some vow never to return.
Abdullah Abdullah tells supporters he will declare victory, claiming massive fraud.
U.S. says its oil production will hit 43-year high and Iraq's output will remain steady.
A suicide attack took place near a clinic in eastern Afghanistan on Tuesday.
Employees debated what to do with it. Eat it? Sell it?
Early results put ex-furniture salesman Joko 'Jokowi' Widodo ahead of Prabowo Subianto.
A news report indicates Cuban agents may have planted a story about Dominican prostitutes.
In the growing universe of communicating machines, home automation tech is leading the way.
The $3.7 billion border funding request includes some smaller, more surprising items.
Anji Dean, 17, has been missing since June 23. Her parents fear she's become a sex trafficking victim.
What you study matters more than whether your alma mater is public or private.
Feel like you might need some wings?
Cleveland has a lot to offer Republicans, from the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame to Lake Erie.
Palestinian teen was killed last week; six Jews have been arrested in his death.
Victim was beaten to death in front of a crowd at an Amtrak station.
Crumbs Bake Shop announced Monday that it would be closing all of its stores.
Authorities believed samples were only in secure labs in Atlanta and Russia.
Women who fled Syria because of the war tell of rape and other hardships in a U.N. report.
Assistant public defender objects to his office's support of combative judge
St. Louis Archdiocese says woman's claims are false but priest is guilty of other abuses.