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Ronnie Smith Remembered by Students as 'Amazing' and 'Really Funny' More »Slain American Teacher in Benghazi 'Always Put the Students First'
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A U.S. cargo vessel equipped with special gear could be neutralizing some of Syria’s most dangerous chemical weapons at sea come January. Once started, the process of neutralizing 500 tons of the chemical components used to make mustard gas and sarin gas could be completed... More »US Prepares to Destroy Syrian Chemical Weapons at Sea
Everything You Need to Know Before Police Press Conference Today More »Jameis Winston, Florida State Quarterback, Awaits Prosecutor's Decision
WASHINGTON, D.C. – The White House and its Democratic allies are pushing to continue a jobless benefits program set to expire for over a million long-term unemployed without congressional intervention. And while whispers persisted this week that Congress could be close to a budget deal... More »Democrats: No Budget Deal Without Unemployment Insurance Extension
The Capitol Grinch was on full display today when a group of immigration activists, including several children, sang outside House Speaker John Boehner’s congressional office in the Longworth House Office Building. Singing to the melody of “We Wish You a Merry Christmas” the group altered... More »¿Comprende? Capitol Cop Berates Immigration Carolers
Two days after an immigration judge ruled that President Obama’s Kenyan uncle could stay in the United States, the White House today acknowledged that the president lived briefly with Onyango “Omar” Obama, despite having previously claimed there was no record of their ever meeting. “The... More »Obama Lived With Undocumented Uncle White House Claimed He Never Met
Putin: US Missile Threat Forces Russian Military to Stay in Melting Arctic More »Cold, Cold War: Putin Talks Tough Over US Arctic Rivalry
Samuel See Was Arrested After Dispute With Estranged Husband More »Mystery Still Clouds Death of Yale Professor in Police Custody
BEIJING — Over the course of more than five hours of discussions in Beijing on Wednesday, Vice President Joe Biden and China’s leader Xi Jinping held steadfast to their respective country’s position regarding rising tensions in the East China Sea. Biden said he was “very... More »Vice President Biden Challenges China on Air Zone Dispute
Shannon Johnstone Works to Get Dogs Adopted More »One Woman's Quest to Save Dogs' Lives With a Camera
Victims' Relatives and the Prosecutor Had Been Opposed to Making them Public More »Newtown School Shooting 911 Calls Reveal Gunshots, Remarkable Calm
President Obama is enlisting young people to help sell the Affordable Care Act to the demographic critical to the success of his signature law. “This law is already making a difference for millions of young people, and it’s about to help millions more,” he said... More »Obama Tells Youth Obamacare Cheaper Than Cell Phone Bill
John Kerry was in Moldova today, among other reasons to promote its wine. As the first U.S. secretary of state to visit Moldova since James Baker went there in 1992, Kerry toured a winery and sampled its wares, unveiling a new label that will adorn... More »Why John Kerry Wants You to Drink Moldovan Wine
DNA Traced Back 400,000 Years More »'Pit of Bones' Yields Oldest Known Human DNA
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Call them what you will — millennials, Generation Y, the “me” generation — but don’t take them for granted as Obama supporters any more. A new poll out today from Harvard University’s Institute of Politics shows that the majority of young people, a core support... More »Millennials Sour on Both Obama and Obamacare
It’s a first. More Americans now believe the United States has become a less important and less powerful player on the world stage. A newly released survey by the Pew Research Center found that for the first time in 40 years of polling, 53 percent... More »More Americans Believe US Has Become 'Less Important'
Are students getting smarter or is college just getting easier–even at Ivy League heavyweight Harvard? That’s the question on the minds of Harvard professors today after the school announced that the most frequently awarded grade is an A. Dean of Undergraduate Education Jay M. Harris... More »Harvard Hands Out A's Like Candy, But Dean's Not Worried
John Dennis Apel says he has a First Amendment right to protest peacefully outside of Vandenberg Air Force Base in California, the site of missile and space launch facilities. In fact, years ago, the base commander designated a protest area near the main gate, just... More »Supreme Court Takes on Free Speech Case of Often-Arrested Protester
A day after China trumpeted the successful launch of its first-ever robotic lunar rover, state media reported a sobering footnote: more than 180,000 residents of southwestern Sichuan and southern Hunan provinces were evacuated to keep them from being hit by falling debris from the rocket.... More »China's Space Launches Send People Below Running for Cover