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No one appears to have caught Zika at the Olympics, the World Health Organization said Thursday.
Rebels and Syria's army agreed a deal on Thursday to evacuate all residents and insurgents from the besieged Damascus suburb of Daraya, a rebel leader said, ending one of the longest stand-offs in the five-year conflict.
"Donald, dream on," says Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton as she reacts to her rival's recent remarks about her health during a rally in Reno, Nevada.
The move comes amid a growing conversation about the suppression of free expression at colleges and universities nationwide.
Mylan's marketing tactics have led to the perception that the EpiPen is an essential first aid device that no one should be without.
Wanda Witter, once homeless on D.C. streets, successfully took on the government to get nearly $100,000 in back owed Social Security payments.
The Department of Homeland Security is investigating a hack into the actress' personal accounts, which included explicit photos being posted online.
Corrections officers broke up a plan to smuggle dozens of cellphones and other contraband into an Oklahoma prison.
Ibrahim Alsaid said his dad promised when the war is over, he'll be able to play with his friends and go back to school.
Whether or not Trump prevails in November, the GOP is set for a rebuilding process like none in recent memory.
The alt-right, shorthand for "alternative right," is the blanket term for a loose gathering of conservatives primarily based online.
Kokomo, Ind. residents are cleaning up after a tornado struck, damaging homes and businesses.
A Massachusetts teen accused of sexually assaulting two classmates receives two years of probation with the possibility charges will be dismissed after pleading guilty to lesser charges. NECN's Jonathan Choe reports.
More than 40 people were hurt in the collapse at the New Jersey venue, occurring as the rappers were gesturing to fans to move toward the small stage.
He was part of a Minnesota-based network that worked together to aid the terrorist organization. He is believed to be still living in Syria.
Khalil, 6, has been collecting wood to prepare for the coming winter.
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Several French towns have banned burkinis from their beaches, sparking outcry from religious groups who say the moves are discriminatory and illegal.
Two-thirds of Our Revolution's staff resigned over the weekend, but Sanders pressed ahead.
Bill Sycalik quit his office job and decided to run 26 miles through all 59 U.S. national parks over the next 18 months to two years.