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President Obama's spokesman says disputes with Scott Walker are philosophical, not political.
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Seemingly trivial online activities can lead to harsh punishments in Iran.
Senate panel's chairman insisted government not be allowed to set academic standards.
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The coffee giant announced it was doubling its free college tuition plan to cover a full four years of college instead of two.
A look at some of the early fundraising operations for 2016 presidential contenders.
White House runs, temporarily, on back-up power generators.
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Collections will go to outreach teams that provide food and services to the city's homeless population.
Utility official said an equipment failure was to blame for a widespread power outage.
Party of 6 paddling from the Gulf of Mexico to the Arctic Ocean on a route never before traveled.
The observatory is offering free admission to 9/11 family members and rescue and recovery workers.
Sen. McCain tells NBC News he'll run again next year in Arizona.
Your little ones want to be gourmet, just like you.
President and first lady Michelle Obama celebrate the 137th White House Easter Egg Roll.
Ten percent of breast milk sold online had at least 10% cow's milk, a study found.
Jeb Bush is not Hispanic, even if he somehow said so on an old voter registration form.
USA TODAY's media ethics audio show explores the Columbia report on Rolling Stone's story.