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A lawyer for the mother of the Georgia toddler who died in a hot car when his father left him in the back seat and went to work, lashed out at the media.
The mother of the Georgia toddler who died in a hot car when his father left him in the back seat and went to work, lashed out at the media.
Remember all those predictions that Obamacare was going to create a crush of pent-up medical demand? It didn't.
Three companies have been awarded military contracts to design a next-generation spaceplane to launch satellites into orbit.
"On the 45th anniversary of the moon landing, the U.S. should decide on the necessary steps to explore Mars," Aldrin writes.
Protesters and supporters filed into an Arizona mountain town Tuesday morning, awaiting the arrival of dozens of undocumented immigrant children.
The island's first LGBTQ Justice to the Supreme Court captures the essence of a twenty-first century Puerto Rico, the Governor said.
Starting next week, air travelers will pay more when they fly. But the money won't necessarily go to improve airport security.
This Indian meal service is so efficient they only make around one mistake every six million deliveries.
Zounds! Thor, the macho superhero portrayed by brawny actor Chris Hemsworth in several blockbuster movies, is now a woman, Marvel Comics announced Tuesday.
The E.U.'s "right to be forgotten" law lets people remove links they don't want on Google - but does that just call attention to them?
So much groundwater is being pumped in parched California that the land is sinking, aquifers are shrinking, and surface water canals are buckling.
Humanity will probably have to wait a few decades to build a bigger telescope for finding out if life is common beyond our own solar system.
If you or someone you love is looking for a federal loan to get through community college, good luck. Chances are, you'll need it.
The immigration checks that led to the airport arrest of Jose Antonio Vargas might have been a surprise to him, but not to those living at the border.
Want job security? Avoid any job involving paper products.
Dwyane Wade made the announcement himself on Instagram, in a way to contrast it from the guy who bolted town.
Since the Costa Concordia went down two and a half years ago, 24 metric tons of tons of debris have been recovered from the seabed.