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Diplomats say the power struggle risks drawing in neighboring oil giant Saudi Arabia and its main regional rival, Iran.
Human remains and clothing that were found near the southern coast of Alaska may be connected to the disappearance of a family of four last year.
Police in Elk Grove Village say the woman was stabbed in an alleged domestic incident.
Gov. Brown says Sen. Ted Cruz's comments about climate change show that he's "unfit" to run for office.
An Afghan woman who was beaten to death by a mob was buried in Kabul on Sunday, as an investigator said she didn't even do what she was accused of.
The bill, which heads to the Senate for approval, would bar law enforcement agencies from releasing officers' names for 60 days after killing someone.
A year after a devastating mudslide, which killed 43, hit a small town in Washington, residents share their memories.
The path, which hangs some 300 feet off the ground, has been closed since 2001 after five people fell to their deaths in less than two years.
Starbucks baristas will no longer write "Race Together" on customers' cups starting Sunday.
Round of 32 action at the NCAA tournament.
When Fr. Richard Aguilar was growing up, as a working class kid in San Antonio, the church was his leg up. Now, fewer low-income kids go to church.
The Israeli Ambassador to the United States denied that Israel has changed its opinion on a two-state solution.
From California to Oklahoma, farmers, ranchers and just about anybody with a lawn or a pool are bracing for what's expected to be another dry year.
Over the past week, more than 60,000 people have taken turns writing messages on a hand-carved wooden temple overlooking Londonderry.
Before it was burned, visitors decorated every nook and cranny of the tower with hand-written messages to their community and their loved ones.
A man who went after a TSA agent with a machete brought six Molotov cocktails, a lighter, and smoke bombs to the New Orleans airport, officials say.