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The effort by a Texas city to keep immigrant children from being sheltered is being challenged as a Civil Rights violation.
Hamas claims it captured the soldier, officially named on Tuesday as 21-year-old Sgt. Oron Shaul, but this has been flatly rejected by Israel.
Lerner's hard drive is the most recent focus of the GOP investigation into the targeting of conservative groups by the tax-exempt office of the IRS.
Google and the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers are sponsoring a contest to build a much smaller power inverter.
A suspect meat scandal in China engulfed Starbucks and Burger King, and spread to McDonald's in Japan.
The NBA banned Donald Sterling for life for making racist statements after the release of recorded conversations.
Sorry, stylistas: You won’t get your fashion fix by committing a crime in Saginaw County, Michigan, and landing yourself behind bars. Not anymore.
A man who fell asleep in a dumpster woke up in the back of a garbage truck. San Francisco firefighters had to rescue the man.
The Tower of David, an abandoned building intended to be a bank center, has housed 3,000 Venezuelans since 1994.
A member of a Palestinian family is rescued from under the wreckage of a house destroyed by a reported Israeli airstrike In Gaza.
Venezuelan soldiers began moving hundreds of families out of a half-built 45-story skyscraper that dominates the Caracas skyline.
NASA's Chandra X-Ray Observatory went into orbit 15 years ago, and to mark the occasion, scientists are showing off a fresh batch of X-ray fireworks.
Embiggen your 'Simpsons' knowledge with a new streaming service that will make every single episode available online or through an app.
The Florida dad who pummeled a man who was allegedly molesting his 11-year-old son now admits he wanted to kill the suspect — but his kid stopped him.
For the first time, a major anniversary of the Apollo 11 moon landing was marked at the White House without the mission's commander, Neil Armstrong.
Across the country, summer programs are aimed at addressing what companies call a “pipeline problem” in science, technology, and math.
Legoland Windsor recreates Britain's Prince George's birthday celebration.
Noah Aldrich didn’t want his brother — who is confined to a wheelchair — to miss out on a triathlon, so he pulled and pushed him the whole way.