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Some things are still banned, such as livestock, ammunition, metals. And rum and cigars.
The oldest and perhaps wisest Supreme Court justices are nearing their day of reckoning.
Employee raises concerns about how vets seeking after-hours treatment are handled.
Blame a good glass of wine, Ginsburg says.
Do your research first.
Coachella Valley a regular stop for presidents looking for sun, golf, relaxation.
Restaurant owner contributed a matching total to a local youth organization.
Protest will continue Saturday in Pasco, Wash.
Fear of the day is likely rooted in Christianity
Republicans make an issue of Clinton's sparse appearances.
Woman drove car to McDonald's and ate in the vehicle, ignoring salesman's requests to stop.
Dan Rather, Michael Moore and Katie Couric were among those tweeting condolences, sadness.
Carter has served under 11 Defense secretaries and most recently was the No. 2 official there.
Man to crash victim: 'I'm not going to leave.'
How Steve Jobs helped launch the desktop publishing revolution.
There is a new generation of voices shaping our national conversation about being black in the USA.
Ladies celebrating ladies.
Comey: "In some American communities, people view the police as antagonists, not allies."
A chemical explosion at a warehouse spread a large, orange toxic cloud over the area.
Stories you may have missed while you were cursing the creation of Punxsutawney Phil.