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Report Says Captain, Owner At Fault For Fatal Ship Sinking In 2015
O.J. Simpson Released From Prison After 9 Years
North Korea Has A Massive Military, And It May Be Growing
'We Are Dying': In Puerto Rico, A Mayor Begs For Help
As Schools Struggle With Hate, The Air Force Academy Takes A Stand
This Woman's Life Mission Is To Take On World Hunger
The US-Cuba Diplomatic Relationship Might Be Headed For A Breakup
Yosemite Rockfalls Leave 1 Tourist Dead, 2 Injured At El Capitan
The White House Is Reportedly Investigating Aides' Private Emails
Judge Rules The Black Lives Matter Movement Can't Be Sued
The US May Be Sending More Military Equipment To South Korea
In Return To Capitol Hill, Rep. Steve Scalise Shares His Gratitude
Getting Aid To Puerto Rico Is One Thing; Distributing It Is Another
Militant Attack Just Misses Jim Mattis At Afghanistan Airport
Trump Loosens An Old Shipping Law So More Aid Can Get To Puerto Rico
Sonic May Have Been Hacked — Here's How To Protect Yourself From Fraud
'Fake News' Is Getting Its Own Entry In This Dictionary
A Major US Airline Is About To Offer Free In-Flight Texting
The Acting Head Of The DEA Is Planning To Step Down
These Military Widows Share Different Stances On NFL Protests
President Trump Will Visit Puerto Rico Sooner Than Most Expected
'Shut It Down': Using Economic Disruption To Force Reform
The Navy To Make Another Leadership Change After Deadly Incidents
Report: Obama-Era 'Water Bottle Ban' Might've Helped The Environment
Getting A Fix: Carfentanil Is An Elusive Killer
Trump Wants To Spend $200M A Year On STEM, Computer Science Education
US Violent Crime Increased For The Second Year In A Row Last Year
Puerto Rico Is Getting Help, But It May Not Be Enough
Republicans Propose 'Merit-Based' Replacement For DACA
Former Rep. Anthony Weiner Sentenced In Underage Sexting Case
Trump's Travel Ban Replaced With 'Tailored Travel Restrictions'
Fake Evacuation Alerts Were Sent To Some Americans In South Korea
A Group Of 62 Catholics Accused The Pope Of Spreading Heresy
Golden State Warriors Won't Visit White House After Trump Comments
What The Little Rock Nine Endured For A Better Education
Flint's Lead Water May Have Caused A Spike In Fetal Deaths
'Rick And Morty' Co-Creator Slams Online Harassment Of Women Writers
Puerto Rico's Massive Debt Could Hurt Its Hurricane Recovery
Solar Energy In US Faces A Cloudy Future
John McCain Says He Won't Vote For Graham-Cassidy Health Care Bill
Who Is The Black Working Class? We Asked An Expert
The Marine Corps Is Expecting Its First Female Infantry Officer
Afghan President Says US Troops Won't Have To Lead Combat Efforts
As Wildfires Get Worse, USDA Says Firefighters Need More Funding
Hurricane Maria Leaves Puerto Rico In The Dark
Hiring Discrimination For Black People Is As Bad Now As It Was In 1989
Melania Trump Focuses On The Next Generation In Her UN Speech
A Former Professor Now Takes To The Stage To Share Her Stories
Hurricane Maria Is The Strongest Storm To Hit Puerto Rico In Decades
Top US Diplomat Rex Tillerson Reportedly Skipped Several UN Meetings
Is E-Cigarette Use Actually A Gateway To Tobacco Addiction?
The Secret Service Might Have 2 Fewer People To Protect
This Hurricane Season Is As Unusual As The Huge Storms Themselves
After Seeing France's Military Parade, Trump Wants An Even Bigger One
Hurricane Maria Makes First Landfall As A Category 5 Storm
Why You Likely Already Know A Lot Of The Dictionary's New Words
Navy Dismisses 2 More Leaders After Incidents Involving The 7th Fleet
Getting A Fix: Tackling New Synthetic Drugs
Another Hurricane Could Be Headed Toward The Caribbean
Former Candidate Endorses Fellow Outsider In Alabama GOP Runoff
An Entire Philippine Police Force Will Be Retrained After Teen's Death
California Lawmakers Send 'Sanctuary State' Bill To Governor's Desk
This Comic Book Convention Has Had Enough With Nazi Cosplay
Army Shreds Immigrant Enlistments, Leaves Some At Risk Of Deportation
In St. Louis, Officer Acquittal Follows A Familiar Pattern
Vatican Launches Investigation Into Priest And Child Porn
Trump Tweets His Opposition To Chain Migration — But What Is It?
The Next Generation And Learning About 9/11
US State Department Gives $25 Million To Fight Modern Slavery
The Florida Keys Are Reeling From Hurricane Irma Devastation
An 11-Year-Old Just Took His Lawn-Mowing Business To The White House
Why Race Isn't Part Of A National Police Crime Database
Why Are People Talking About Chelsea Manning And Harvard?
Former St. Louis Officer Declared Not Guilty Over 2011 Shooting
Trump Repeats Claims That Both Sides Are To Blame For Charlottesville
Teen's Invention Aims To Help Those With Food Allergies Safely Eat Out
In The US, Minorities Are Exposed To More Air Pollution
Living In Limbo: A DACA Recipient Talks Living On The Texas Border
The US Government Is Getting Rid Of Moscow-Based Kaspersky Products
North Korea Threatens To Turn The US Into 'Ashes And Darkness'
Trump Follows Through On Campaign Promise About Visas, Deportees
At Least 8 Dead After Nursing Home Loses AC Following Irma
Judge Revokes Martin Shkreli's Bail, Putting Him In Jail For Months
Berkeley Police Can Now Use Pepper Spray On Violent Protesters
Women Are Still A Minority In Behind-The-Scenes TV Roles
Shkreli Apologizes For Telling People To 'Grab' Hillary Clinton's Hair
Duterte Can't End A Human Rights Campaign, So Allies Killed Its Budget
How One Photographer Captured Asians In American History
Supreme Court Gives Trump A Temporary Travel Ban Victory
Justice Department Won't Charge Officers In Freddie Gray's Death
Hope Hicks Is Officially Named White House Communications Director
Edith Windsor, Who Sued For Marriage Equality, Dies At 88
Irma Leaves Behind Major Crop Damage For Florida Farmers
Satellite Images Show Hurricane Irma's Caribbean Destruction
Hurricane Irma's Destructive Journey By The Numbers
Florida Sheriff Sued For Checking Warrants At Hurricane Shelters
DOJ Agrees With Arpaio And Says His Case Should Be Dismissed
Former Employee Says Sputnik Is Under FBI And DOJ Investigation
Tesla Offers Free Battery Upgrades For Owners Caught In Irma's Path
'Our Nation Will Prevail': US Officials Mark 16th Anniversary Of 9/11