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Legal and political experts will be discussing the ramifications of the Supreme Court's historic ruling in King v. Burwell for months to come, but the case's impact is purely personal for 6.4 million people in 34 states.
Jeb Bush narrowly leads the field in the state set to host the first primary of the 2016 presidential campaign, but Donald Trump's gains in the state suggest the billionaire businessman is establishing a following in New Hampshire.
Angry French taxi drivers disrupted traffic and slowed access to airports near Paris Thursday to protest the U.S. online ride service UberPOP.
For the second time, the highest court in the land has upheld a key provision of the Affordable Care Act, and that gives us a chance to chart a new course.
It's home to Ramzi Yousef, who plotted the 1993 bombing at the World Trade Center; 9/11 conspirator Zacarias Moussaoui; "Unabomber" Ted Kaczynski; Richard Reid, the "shoe bomber;" and now Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev.
French taxi drivers take to the streets of Paris to protest against the online ride service UberPOP.
The Supreme Court affirmed that a federal law passed in 1968 to combat housing discrimination by holding that the law allows not only claims for intentional discrimination but also claims that cover practices have a discriminatory effect even if they were not motivated by an intent to discriminate.
An F-16 on a night training mission crashed Wednesday in southeastern Arizona, and the fate of the pilot is not yet known, according to the 162nd Wing of the Arizona Air National Guard.
The unforgiving heat has spared no one. The very young, the very old and those in the prime of their lives.
Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev on Wednesday ended his long silence, asking Allah to help his victims and their families and apologizing for the pain and suffering he caused two years ago.
Lions and tigers and ... Bigfoot? Photographer Helge Skodvin saw it all last month at the World Taxidermy Championship.
Recently, the new on-demand economy met U.S. employment law, and the encounter left both sides dazed and confused.
A New Jersey family fled a home valued at over a million dollars after a mystery person sent menacing letters claiming to be "watching" them. WCBS reports.
More than 1,000 people have died in a heat wave in southern Pakistan, officials say. Temperatures have reached 49 degrees Celsius (120.2 Fahrenheit) in some places.
Mississippi Sen. Roger Wicker believes it's time to change his state's flag to remove its reference to the Confederacy, he told CNN's "New Day" on Thursday.