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A federal appeals court on Friday blocked the release of Louisiana inmate Albert Woodfox, the last imprisoned member of the so-called Angola 3.
A decorated Green Beret told lawmakers Thursday that he's faced retaliation from the U.S. Army for flagging what he called the U.S. government's "broken" hostage recovery operation.
In another sign that his trade plan might be in jeopardy, President Barack Obama will travel to Capitol Hill on Friday morning to meet with Democrats to push for support on a vote related to trade authority.
It has been 15 months since Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing did an unexplained about-face, flew in the wrong direction and disappeared without a trace with 239 souls on board. In the absence of physical evidence, theories on what happened to the plane continue to proliferate: The crew passed out. It was pilot suicide. Or was it a paranormal event?
The United States and the European Union are finalizing further sanctions against Russia that could be imposed if Moscow takes additional military action in Ukraine, senior U.S. administration officials and European diplomats said Thursday.
Chris Pratt tells Conan how he thought he killed a stunt actor while filming "Jurassic World." For more go to Teamcoco.com
A mother of two from Gwinnett County, Georgia, is fighting a flesh-eating bacteria. Her husband says they don't know how she became infected. CNN affiliate WSB reports.
The San-Diego based USS Rushmore spotted and rescued 65 people who were stranded on a makeshift bamboo raft while transiting through the Makassar Strait, a strait located between the islands of Sulawesi and Borneo in Indonesia, on Wednesday, according to a US Navy report.
Hindsight is 20-20, but only some of us are blessed with the kind that allows us to excuse our own mistakes by saying that back when we were making them, we knew things would work out terribly. Such is the wisdom of former Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld, who recently said of the Iraq War, "the idea that we could fashion a democracy in Iraq seemed to me unrealistic. I was concerned about it when I first heard those words ... I'm not one who thinks that our particular template of democracy is appropriate for other countries at every moment of their histories."