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Around the U.S., some police officers earn comfortable middle-class wages while others scrape by on poverty or near poverty pay.
In the fight against Ebola some government officials in the U.S. are now managing fear, not the virus.
Compounding the tragedy of the Marysville shooting is the fact that many in the small community are connected to both the attacker and the victims.
Poroshenko thanked voters for backing a "democratic, reformist, pro-Ukrainian and pro-European majority."
A California Highway Patrol officer is suspected of taking photos taken from cellphones of women arrested on DUI charges, court documents say.
Starting Monday, people who have avoided colon cancer screening can get a home test that doesn't require the icky preparation most other methods do.
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un toured the Pyongyang Baby Home and Orphanage and took a special interest in a Hello Kitty place setting.
The person of interest was enraged after his house was broken into, and allegedly shot a teen who got into a "verbal altercation" with him.
Thousands of lanterns are released into the night over a Buddhist center in Chiang Mai. The event is part of the Yi Peng festival.
The trial is scheduled to start Monday on charges of felony hazing and manslaughter, almost three years after a drum major was beaten on a bus.
About 100 police, firefighters and other emergency workers held a disaster-response drill in downtown Toronto's deserted financial district on Sunday.
A concentrated cocoa drink seems to help middle-aged people ace memory tests, researchers reported on Sunday.
Meanwhile, the U.S. military conducted five airstrikes in Syrian and 12 in Iraq on Saturday and Sunday.
Races in Colorado, Iowa, Kansas, Arkansas and North Carolina are neck-and-neck, though GOP candidates have momentum.
According to a new NBC News/Wall Street Journal/Annenberg poll, a majority of likely voters say they would like to see Capitol Hill controlled by Republicans.