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Congress proved able to address at least some of the nation’s most urgent problems before leaving town on Thursday.
Amber Brantly said she and her two children are physically fine and had left Liberia before Dr. Kent Brantley was exposed.
The fatalities included five firefighters and the search for survivors was being hampered by a power outage.
The day before September 11, 2001, Bill Clinton was in Australia saying he had a chance to take the former al-Qaeda leader out — but passed.
The handheld gaming console that started it all, Game Boy, turned 25 years old Thursday, as difficult as that may be to believe.
The American tour guide, jailed in North Korea for two years, allegedly told a newspaper he feels like the case to free him is going nowhere.
The dramatic working relationship of top House Republicans John Boehner and Eric Cantor ends as Cantor steps down after a shocking election defeat.
CIA Director John Brennan has privately apologized to Senate intelligence committee leaders now that the spy agency's inspector general has found that its employees did act improperly when searching Senate computers earlier this year.
The Israeli military on Thursday announced it had called up an additional 16,000 reservists, as Netanyahu vowed the attacks would not stop until Hamas' tunnels are destroyed.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu vowed to destroy all the Hamas tunnels in the Gaza Strip “with or without a cease-fire.”
CIA director John Brennan apologized to Senate Intelligence Committee leaders amid calls for his resignation.
Snowden has applied to extend his one-year asylum in Russia, according to his lawyer.
In a newly-released audio tape, Bill Clinton discusses why he passed on the opportunity to kill Osama bin Laden.
Edible marijuana producers say they'll comply with the rules by making milder products.
United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon and U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry announced an "unconditional humanitarian cease-fire" in Gaza.
The Oscar-winning actress visited "The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon" and had beach balls thrown at her famous face.
Poultry inspectors will focus more on food safety than on quality, potentially resulting in fewer foodborne illnesses each year.
"It’s scary to think that they might not be able to finish what they started,” says one volunteer awaiting flight out of Guinea.
Dallas County had offered to host 2,000 undocumented immigrant children, but federal officials said fewer crossings means offer is not needed.