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The stomach cancer that killed 9/11 survivor Marcy Borders is one of dozens covered by a federal fund for survivors of the attack and disaster that followed.
Ten years after Hurricane Katrina, one community is trying to keep the city's musical heritage alive by offering affordable housing to local musicians and passing on the tradition to the next generation.
Michael Brown, who became the face of federal failures during Katrina ten years ago, is out of the public sector now, but not always out of trouble.
The jurors — three women and nine men — must ultimately weigh whether the accuser is telling the truth when she testified that Owen Labrie raped her.
The gunman who shot two journalists to death during a live broadcast had a wig, six magazines of ammunition, and a to-do list in his car.
Clinton has long attacked Republicans on women's issues, but her language Thursday is already coming under fire from Republicans.
Two years after Hurricane Katrina and problem-plagued emergency response, future President Barack Obama promised things would be different.
The research is clear: Typing out your notes results in decreased comprehension of lecture material.
Sorry, skywatchers: Despite what you may have heard, Mars won't look as big as the moon overhead on Thursday night.
The storm was described as "poorly organized" on Thursday, but it could strengthen after passing over land.
The world's fastest man cruised to another world title Thursday in Beijing, but he ran into trouble after the race.
Marijuana doesn't appear to shrink important regions of the brains of users, but a study published Wednesday shows something possibly more subtle and
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On a scale of high-stakes tests, there's pub trivia, there's the SAT, and then there's the Indian civil services exam.
Diamonds Vanish from 'Russia's Fort Knox' - ReportRough diamonds worth millions of dollars have disappeared from Russia's supposedly impenetrable repo