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Government rejects claims that Aereo is a cable company, which may lead to higher content fees
The same-sex marriage movement suffered setbacks in two states and an advance in one today.
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Cell phone bans may not lead to better driving, studies show.
For Obama, tragedy may open up possibilities in Ukraine, though there are limits:…
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Federal appeals court strikes down Oklahoma's gay marriage ban.
How states decide whether to recount election results
Obama to meet with Central American leaders on border crisis.
Some politicians have been around D.C. a long time. Can you recognize them when they were young?
SNL's one-and-done club adds new members
This week's Style Invitational contest: Submit your dumb questions that will make us laugh.
Sweet home Chicago? The house where Muddy Waters once sang awaits a rescue.
Virginia taxi companies file lawsuit to stop Uber and other ride services from operating in the state.
A comprehensive guide to the Internet's MH17 conspiracy theories by @caitlindewey
Michelle Obama vows to take a break from her beloved french fries.
Amazon's $9.99 Kindle Unlimited service might not be better than your existing Amazon subscription services.
The New York Jewish deli meets the 21st century, and the results are geshmak
The best and worst times to take Amtrak between D.C. and New York this weekend
Ray Lonnen, British actor in spy TV show 'Sandbaggers,' dies at 74
Russians concerned sanctions against AK-47 maker would hurt American gun owners
Super Typhoon Rammasun slammed onto shore in southeast China this morning
This map shows the writers at the center of contemporary philosophy via @kjhealy
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Man sets Seattle home on fire while trying to kill spider
Central Park is like a green island in the middle of Manhattan.
Opinion: Sifting through 1 million net neutrality submissions is "like sifting through gold"