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Person of Interest Named in Missing UVa. Student Case

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Thousands Fill NYC Streets for Climate March

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70,000 Syrian Refugees Cross Into Turkey: U.N.

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Mullen: Obama, Generals' Split "Blown Way Out of Proportion"

Retired Navy Admiral Mike Mullen said on Sunday that reports of broad disagreement between President Barack Obama and several generals have been "blown way out of proportion." Mullen said on NBC's "Meet the Press" that debate about whether U.S. ground troops will be necessary to combat ISIS is a "natural part of the discussion" but that the decision ultimately rests with the president. Last week, Joint Chiefs of Staff chairman Martin Dempsey, told Congress that he could consider advising the president in the future that the U.S. send troops into the conflict. That remark was widely interpreted as a sign of broad disagreement between the military and Obama, who has ruled out U.S. boots on the ground. Read »
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White House Intruder With Knife Is Iraq War Vet

Friday, Sep 19, 2014 at 7:57 PM

Take the Phone Quiz: iPhone 6 or Android?

With the release of the iPhone 6 and a slew of other new phones now on the market, we've developed this guide to help you determine which phone is right for you. All you have to do is answer a few short questions. Read »

Friday, Sep 19, 2014 at 6:12 PM

I disappointed myself. I disappointed the NFL. I disappointed our fans, our partners. We need to do better.  

— NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell during a press conference in which he promised to fix the way the football league deals with domestic abuse.
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Racist Messages Spray Painted on Chicago's South Side

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Rutgers Student Dies After Fraternity Gathering: Authorities

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4 Kids Killed in Pa. Crash Weren't Restrained

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93-Year-Old Gets High School Diploma

A northern Virginia woman has received her high school diploma this weekend after waiting 75 years for the honor. Jane Pickett, who lives in Burke, Virginia, also turned 93, and celebrated the milestones with her family and friends. She was supposed to graduate in 1939 from her high school in the New York area. But Pickett fell in love with her high school sweetheart. “I got married the same day I would have graduated from high school,” Pickett said. Read »

Sunday, Sep 21, 2014 at 6:21 AM

Wealthy Gulf "Angel Investors" Funding ISIS: Officials

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Woman Gives Birth to 11-Pound Baby on Freeway