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From the aftermath of the attack against Pakistani schoolchildren to the front-runners of the 2016 presidential race, see the stories we're following.
Some theaters pulled Sony's controversial movie 'The Interview,' following a threat of violence from hackers against movie theaters that show it.
A Southern California medical marijuana dispensary has agreed to remove its painting of a pot-smoking Santa after community outrage.
Police said the baby's mother left Perez in the care of her boyfriend, 21-year-old Melvin E. Melendez on Dec. 10.
Mushtaq Yusufzai was among the parents who thronged to the military school in Peshawar after news of the Taliban attack broke.
The Church of England appointed its first female bishop Wednesday, ending centuries of male-only tradition.
Man Haron Monis, a 50-year-old born in Iran, took 17 people hostage inside a downtown Sydney cafe on Monday.
NBC News was the first U.S. television crew to film inside the Peshawar school were Taliban militants killed more than 140 people — mostly children.
The underwater hunt for missing Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 may be finished by May, authorities said Wednesday.
83-year-old John O'Brien was one of the first people to escape from the Lindt cafe. He described his ordeal as he read from a prepared statement.
A gunman responsible for a deadly siege in Sydney cafe was once on the national security agency's watch list — but was dropped off it years ago.
Nearly a quarter - 23 percent - classified the current state of the country's racial issues as "very bad."
Call Hillary Clinton the early presidential frontrunner - but barely.
President Barack Obama on Tuesday signed the $1.1 trillion spending bill passed by Congress last week that lifted the threat of a government shutdown.
Prosecutors say woman's accusation that she was molested by the comic 40 years ago at the Playboy Mansion can't be "revived" under U.S. Constitution.
The significant characters in kids' animated films are 2.5 times more likely to die than those in adult dramas, researchers found
For the first time, most U.S. doctors favor assisted suicide, backing the rights of terminal patients to seek "a dignified death," a new poll finds.
A paralyzed woman ends a two-year project learning to control a robotic arm with thought alone by beating her brother at a playground favorite.