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Hillary Clinton said Vice President Joe Biden has a "very difficult decision" to make about a 2016 presidential run and pledged to continue her campaign as normal in spite of speculation about another potential Democratic opponent.
The smaller of twin panda cubs born over the weekend to giant panda Mei Xiang died on Wednesday afternoon.
The defense rested after Owen Labrie testified that he never raped the younger student — contradicting her allegations that he became aggressive.
Hillary Clinton said mass shootings are "stalking our country" and pledged to take on the issue of gun control Wednesday after a reporter and cameraman were fatally shot on live television in Virginia.
One of Mei Xiang's tiny newborn panda cubs has died. The smaller giant panda cub died shortly after 2 p.m., the National Zoo said.
A gunman killed a WDBJ7 reporter and cameraman during a live television broadcast in Moneta, Virginia.
If you've bought StarKist tuna in the past six years, you can get $25, or $50 in tuna, in a new class action settlement.
"As parents we are so deeply grieved by our son's decisions and actions," his family's statement said.
"It is almost impossible to comprehend how a human being is capable of such acts," Judge Carlos A. Samour Jr. said.
Boy Scouts of America announced on July 28 it would lift its ban on gay adult leaders while allowing church-sponsored Scout units to continue excluding gay adults.
Forecasters said Erika could be a low-grade hurricane by the time it reaches or brushes close to Florida on Monday.
While the decline of China's stock markets slowed slightly, investors who lost thousands of dollars were left licking their wounds Wednesday.
A woman whose iconic photograph as the "Dust Lady" became one of the enduring images of 9/11 has died after a battle with cancer, her brother said.
American servicemen who disarmed a suspected terrorist on a Paris-bound train are "heroes, plain and simple," a U.S. Air Force commander said.
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Bear is one of only five dogs in the country trained to sniff out electronic data storage devices like thumbs drives and SD cards.