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The news of the closures in Iowa is the latest in a series of setbacks for abortion rights supporters, who have seen their movement recently besieged by Republican-controlled legislatures on both the state and federal level.
A Virginia high school student who attends school with a service dog found himself side-by-side with his canine in the school's yearbook photos.
BMW is recalling more than 45,000 older 7-Series cars in the U.S. because the doors can open unexpectedly while they're being driven.
President Donald Trump helped the nation reach a rare moment of racial reconciliation, but hardly anyone noticed.
Demand for long-lasting factory goods fell in April, hinting at potential speed bumps for the manufacturing sector.
Elections may be zero-sum affairs, but Montana's results should make Republicans nervous.
The U.S. economy started 2017 out with a whimper, but it wasn't quite as weak as first thought.
US orders for long-lasting manufactured goods fell in April for the first time in 5 months.
Steve Bannon is not a lawyer, but the chief White House strategist is poised to become the senior partner in a heavyweight firm of bareknuckle barristers at the center of President Trump's counter-offensive against Russia collusion claims.
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US economy grew at modest 1.2 percent rate in Q1, better than first believed but well below Trump goal
US economy grew at modest 1.2 percent rate in Q1, better than first believed but well below Trump goal.
Take-Two Interactive pushes back the debut of the highly-anticipated game to spring 2018.
British authorities are trying to contain the network they believe is behind Salman Abedi's Manchester suicide bombing, Security Minister Ben Wallace told CNN on Friday, as it emerged that Abedi reportedly spoke to his brother in Libya only 15 minutes before the deadly attack.