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Lawmakers will resume a debate on the U.S.-led fight against militants in Syria and Iraq.
New Orleans wrestled the top spot in the NFC South from their opponents.
The survivalist suspected of killing a state trooper in a sniper attack in September was finally arrested.
Investigators tied a suspect to a burglary using DNA left on a toilet.
Insurers planning to sell health plans through the federal program expect at least 20 percent growth in customers.
Over the last decade Glendale, Arizona has reinvented itself from farm town to sports Mecca.
Some celebrities dress like every day is one big costume party.
Rauner: "The idea was mine." Quinn spokeswoman: Arrogant.
A look back on some of Hollywood's most memorable moments.
University officials say traditional program has more than 500 students
You’ve heard the buzz for Michael Keaton's "Birdman." It’s loud and it's merited.
The move is being made due to construction at the State Farm Center.
Early voting is up in Illinois over the last mid-term election, and a group supporting the minimum wage increase is claiming some of the credit.
Iles School was locked down Thursday afternoon after a shooting involving multiple people.
The video huddles the whole city as "The King" returns home.
This Halloween is going to the dogs... and cats, ferrets, and bunnies.
A judge ordered Alstory Simon's release Thursday in response to a re-examination of his case.
Two garages were broken into on Yale Blvd.
The longest-serving mayor in Boston history who led the city after the 2013 marathon bombing, has died.