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As Bernie Sanders prepares to launch an organization to carry on his political revolution, the group has been rocked by mass resignations.
Florida's got a third outbreak of Zika virus, this one on the Gulf coast, state officials said Tuesday.
NBC News meteorologist Bill Karins said experts are aware of the tropical wave and weather computer forecasts are already "all over the place."
Plenty of athletes bounced back when sponsors abandoned them after a scandal. But Lochte faces a particularly rough road ahead.
Steven Hill achieved his greatest success late in life as grumpy District Attorney Adam Schiff on TV's long-running 'Law & Order,' died Tuesday.
Donald Trump's presidential campaign attributes a four-fold increase in rent over two months to an "expansion" of the campaign.
His visit to the Castle Place neighborhood of Zachary, Louisiana, came more than a week after the historic floods inundated the area.
Tuesday's ruling is the latest step in a decade-plus fight over voting access in the perennial swing state.
Mustafa al-Sarut said Omran Daqneesh, the 5-year-old boy in Aleppo, Syria, whose image went viral, "delivered a message to the whole world."
Missing brain tissue. Deformed spinal cords. Folded skills. The images of Zika's brain destruction are horrifying.
Alexander Polli was a legend in the world of wingsuit jumping.
Something between a SWAT team and the Delta Force, this unit is key to France's strategy to prevent massacres like those at the Bataclan or in Orlando.
The Red Cross has received approximately $7.8 million in donations and pledges, but estimates it needs at least $30 million to help flood victims.
For the second year in a row, the number of people killed in traffic fatalities increased substantially from January through June.
Investigators have not determined the cause of the fire.
Six years into its inception, Obamacare is really two different health care programs.
A U.S. service member was killed after their patrol triggered an improvised explosive device in Afghanistan on Tuesday, officials said.
About 36 people a day have been killed in a violent campaign against drugs in the Philippines since President Rodrigo Duterte came to office.
What happens when an Ohio ladies' club that never talks politics has a frank conversation about the candidates.