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Sheldon Silver and Dean Skelos stand trial on corruption charges in separate cases.
Lawrence Lessig had made big money's influence on Congress the big issue of his campaign.
Donald Trump called Democratic National Committee chairwoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz a “crazy” and “highly neurotic woman."
He became a staff sergeant Friday in a ceremony at Sacramento's Travis Air Force Base.
Sgt. Rafael Peralta gave his life when he smothered an insurgent’s grenade with his body in 2004 in Fallujah, Iraq.
The Bernie Sanders campaign makes its first television ad buy.
Sunday's vote is a re-do of the June election, in which the AKP lost its ruling majority.
Jeb Bush seeks to reset his campaign as it experiences "bumpy" times.
Researchers find link between heavy viewing and the leading causes of death.
Paul Ryan confronts the challenging job of Speaker of the House.
Hunting guides discovered "The Crack" in early October, and they say it's still growing.
Two young bakers gave a big gift to people they had never met — starting from scratch.
Decision could lead to crackdown on prosecution's practice of striking black jurors
A helpful guide for cooks on a tight schedule.
Bystanders can help even without formal training.
Carson: The more you know God the more you know the way things work, including human body.
'Jackpants' written by his father, Montana Deputy Attorney General Jon Bennion.
A baby boom of sorts for Puget Sound's whales tops this week's list.
Centralized kitchens help schools meet nutrition guidelines, but kids won't always bite.
John McCain and others paid tribute to Fred Thompson Sunday night.