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Longtime mariners in the area say this winter is bad, but "it's been worse."
Suit to be heard Monday in San Antonio.
Ben Carson took another step toward a GOP presidential run, registering a formal exploratory committee.
Authorities say women obtained visa fraudulently so babies would be born U.S. citizens.
"Hey, it doesn't hurt to ask," sheriff's office says.
With another monkey showing signs of exposure, the cause of lab breach remains unknown.
Two nurses who happened to be walking by helped to deliver the baby.
Dozens of Democrats choose not to attend address to Congress
The tape was made in 2009 by the British advocacy group CAGE, which assists people who claim they are targeted by security officials.
8,600 views might seem small to you, but to me, it's more than just a number. It's hope.
Jimmie Lee Jackson, Viola Liuzzo and James Reeb lost their lives for civil rights in 1965.
Probate judges allowed to not issue same-sex marriage licenses.
The judge told jurors to keep trying to reach a unanimous verdict.
Obama to speak with European leaders about Russian aggression in Ukraine.
Nuclear deal "paves Iran's path to the bomb," Israeli prime minister tells Congress
His speech has become a source of friction between Netanyahu, Congress and the White House.
Former Maryland governor said Tuesday he would not seek the seat of retiring Sen. Barbara Mikulski.
Airports advocate for funding to improve terminals, but airlines worry about hurting travel
Hillary Rodham Clinton used private e-mails during her tenure as secretary of State.
You have to see it to believe it.