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Chris Christie dropped out but he did more to alter the outcome of the Republican primary than any other candidate so far.
The U.S. Justice Department filed a lawsuit Wednesday seeking to force Ferguson to make the policing reforms it had earlier agreed to adopt.
President Obama returned to the place where his first presidential campaign began with a promise to bridge America's deep political divide.
Twitter said its monthly active users were 305 million, down from 307 million in the previous quarter.
Once lauded as a party savior, Christie failed to gain traction for his bid but helped stall the momentum of rival Marco Rubio.
Senators say Backpage failed to comply with a congressional subpoena into how it screens ads for possible sex trafficking.
A mother is suing after she says the hospital where she delivered her baby performed an unnecessary procedure on her newborn due to a mix-up.
How is it that Bernie Sanders won only one more delegate than Hillary Clinton in New Hampshire, given his 22-point victory at the polls?
The body of Titus Greyson Tackett was found in a van near his Iron County home, the Missouri State Highway Patrol said.
Amazon has some very strict rules about how you can use its new video game software ... unless there are zombies around.
David Joseph's death has perplexed his family, who learned on Tuesday that the teenager was unarmed and naked when he was gunned down Monday.
In a unanimous vote, the council on Tuesday night moved to amend the proposed settlement the city had spent seven months negotiating with the DOJ.
Presidential candidate Bernie Sanders sat down with Rev. Sharpton to discuss how he plans to expand his support for a more diverse Democratic electora
Little, Brown announced that it will publish the script of "Harry Potter and the Cursed Child" immediately following the play's opening.
A man stabbed a mother and her three daughters Wednesday at a Staten Island hotel, killing the woman and one child and injuring the other girls.
Davis' lawyer, Mat Staver, wrote that the judge's ruling rebuffed what he described as a personal vendetta against Davis.