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Eight things you should know about the proposed Keystone XL pipeline
Rescue divers are unable to reach the bodies they've seen inside the sunken South Korean ferry
For some felons, the voting rights restoration process is about to get considerably less complicated
Pro-RussianĀ­ militants have refused to end their armed occupation of a dozen government buildings across Ukraine.
Four French journalists were held hostage in Syria. After 10 months, they have finally been released, officials said.
While celebrating Easter, Palestinian Christians were kept from a holy site in Jerusalem, U.N. envoy says.
In a major concession, Iran pledges to redesign a nuclear reactor so that it greatly reduces plutonium intake.
Clergy warn Gov. Christie: Your Newark school reform plan is a mess
President Obama's Asia trip will focus on improving relations with Japan, Malaysia, the Phillippines and South Korea.
An Arizona tribe is one of the first in the nation to prosecute non-Indians, but the court faces intense scrutiny.
NATO is boosting its Baltic presence in response to Russian moves in Ukraine
Ever wonder what the White House briefing room is really like? Here's a view from the second row.
What happens when you put two Obama campaign gurus in England? They face off in a British election, of course.
The parking of the future: move your car into a deck without whipping out your wallet
Oklahoma City remembers the bombing, 19 years later.
The youngest woman to race in Boston Marathon 2014 says she runs for "something bigger."
Mitt Romney is back on the political stage
South Korea's ferry disaster sheds light on another national tragedy: the country's sweeping suicide epidemic.
Everest avalanche brings attention to the plight of Sherpa guides who lead climbers up the world's highest peak.
Sherpa families mourn those killed in Mount Everest avalanche, the worst disaster to hit the world's highest peak.
The history of the legendary White House Easter Egg Roll, in pictures
In Afghanistan, the losing candidates could decide who becomes president
A Costa Rican woman says the Pope cured her aneurysm by speaking to her through a photo in the newspaper.
Waiting for answers concerning the sunken South Korean ferry, passengers' relatives are confused and angry.
In Nigeria, a wildly popular televangelist is a magnet for both praise and criticism.