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On Monday, President Obama is announcing a new order to reduce potential bias against former convicts in the hiring process for federal jobs.
Shele Covlin, 47, was a money manager at UBS, part of a finance family in which she worked alongside her brother and father.
Violence against refugees in Germany reached new heights over the weekend as armed groups attacked Syrians in several towns.
A new release goes inside three of Bob Dylan's most acclaimed albums: "Bringing It All Back Home," "Highway 61 Revisited" and "Blonde on Blonde."
A California mom is caught on camera taking more than her fair share of Halloween candy from home that left candy out for trick or treaters.
Hormel Foods Sales is recalling 153 cases of peanut butter because of the potential for metal shavings in the jars.
A suspected war criminal has been arrested in the Netherlands in connection with the 1979 massacre of more than 1,000 men and boys in Afghanistan.
The Metrojet-operated Airbus A321 crashed Saturday in Egypt's Sinai peninsula, killing all 224 on board.
A record-breaking number of migrants and refugees arrived in Europe in October alone — a number nearly equaling the total for all of 2014.
Thompson parlayed his fame as a key investigator of the Watergate scandal into a TV and movie career and eight years in U.S. Senate.
An intoxicated woman was bitten by a tiger after she broke into a zoo and tried to pet the animal, police said.
Investigators were focusing Monday on what might have caused the Metrojet Airbus A321 to break up in midair.
Health officials expect the number of people sickened by an E. coli outbreak linked to Chipotle restaurants in Washington state and Oregon to grow.
The major Republican presidential campaigns seized a larger role in negotiating debates and largely cut out the Republican National Committee.
The Supreme Court will consider whether those are signs that Georgia prosecutors impermissibly based their jury selection choices on race.
A new survey finds that 63 percent of shoppers who use coupons either clip them from newspapers and or get them in the mail.
Italian media said the large number of businesses willing to denounce the mafia in one of its traditional Sicilian strongholds was unprecedented.
Divisions in the Taliban ranks emerged following the revelation in July that the Taliban's longtime leader Mullah Omar was dead.