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US officials tell NBC News that Russia launched a "sophisticated cyber attack against the Pentagon's Joint Staff unclassified email system which has b
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Two men entered Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum on March 18, 1990 and carried off 13 treasures, including three Rembrandts.
The suspect has been charged as a juvenile with manslaughter and for a felony firearm, prosecutors said.
The Republican National Committee's resolutions committee quietly rejected a pair of resolutions critical of homosexuality Wednesday.
Malaysia's transport minister said Thursday that more aircraft debris, including a plane window, has been collected on Reunion Island.
Ohio may be Gov. John Kasich's stomping grounds, but leading up to the first Republican presidential debate the name on every Ohioan's lips is Donald
Anti-vaxxers have launched a recall effort against State Sen. Richard Pan, who authored SB277, eliminating the personal belief vaccination exemption.
Stewart's last show airs at 11 p.m. ET Thursday on Comedy Central, with the guest list sure to include some of his fellow comedians.
Teenagers rely on social networks and games to keep in touch with existing friends and make new ones, but online friends generally stay that way.
Retirees are facing a double whammy next year: no inflation adjustment in Social Security benefits and a 52 percent jump in some Medicare premiums.
Three Israeli soldiers were hit by the car near Ramallah, while an explosion killed four Palestinians near Rafah.
Russia slapped a ban on many Western agricultural products in retaliation for U.S. and EU sanctions.
A 22-year-old paraglider in Séprais, Switzerland, prompted a rescue operation after he became entangled on a high voltage power line.
The hotel industry challenges proposed merger of travel booking sites Expedia and Orbitz, saying the deal would harm vacationers and hotel owners.
People in Japan and all over the world remember the first atomic bomb attack in Hiroshima on its 70th anniversary.
As hopes faded of finding survivors of the latest Mediterranean boat tragedy extra rescue ships were called to the aid of more boats in the same area.
The canal has long been a symbol of national pride, and Thursday's event underscored the high hopes riding on the estimated $8.5 billion project.