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With each passing day, the toll grows from a mountain that moved, a massive landslide that swallowed houses and trailers in Washington's Cascade Mountains.
This worn-down, one stoplight town found redemption Friday night in a Baptist church named Victory. Cheers broke out in the pews as two Florida lawmakers abandoned their quest to strip Hampton of its cityhood.
Peter Bergen says the world's most absolute monarchy has lost faith in the world's most powerful democracy.
A sixth-grade science fair project led a Pittsburgh-area teen to look for a way to save his school money -- then he realized it could save the U.S. government even more.
Hundreds of mourners remembered fallen Windermere, Florida, police officer Robert German on Thursday in a moving tribute that elicited both laughter and tears.
It's do-or-die time in a city that has been threatened with extinction, become a symbol of small-town corruption and even been mocked in the media as "too Florida, even for Florida."
Testing in West Virginia homes found a chemical that leaked a storage facility in January is still in the water supply.
Watch what happens to driver who tailgates and flips the bird. CNN's Jeanne Moos reports on road rage karma.
A heroic moment in the midst of tragedy as an infant was pulled from the wreckage of the deadly landslide Saturday.
Baltimore Ravens star running back Ray Rice was indicted Thursday on an aggravated assault charge stemming from an altercation with his fiancée at an Atlantic City, New Jersey, casino last month, prosecutors said.
Labor and civil rights activist Cesar Chavez's contribution to American history is rarely ever told but actor turned director Diego Luna hopes this feature film on the Mexican-American leader will change that.
Marshall Frank can make even the most dangerous people confess to their crimes. His strategy is a far cry from good cop, bad cop.
Nick Nyart says money rules in Washington, with lobbyists related to legislators and politicians dependent on fat checks from fat cats.
A mystery surrounding the disappearance of a Washington girl intensified as police searched a park as part of an investigation centered on a man who is now wanted for his wife's murder.
"Well, how do you remember any son?" John Regelbrugge II said in a telephone call from his home in northern California. "I mean, you know, he was just one hell of a man. He was a great boy, very active in sports. He loved to hunt. He was one of my hunting partners for years until he went to the Navy."
Ruben Navarrette says the federal government may not be in the best position to actively influence school discipline
Robert Ondrovic was at Shea Stadium for the Mets' first season there in 1964, and he was there for its last in 2008.
When Ashley Blackmon sat down for her job interview for a marketing position in New York City, she didn't start off by talking about the business classes she had taken in college or her experience working at a financial services company.
It's an enduring game show that engenders affection while challenging even the most erudite among us.