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- Syria warns US: No unilateral strikes on militants 20d
- Boy run over by SUV, walks away 20d
- North Korea holds trial of American Matthew Miller 2d
- Reports: Islamic State releases new beheading… 2d
- 'Blade Runner' Pistorius guilty of killing… 4d
- Controversial Toronto mayor hospitalized 5d
- Obama says he has authority for militant campaign 6d
- Video purports to show beheading of US journalist 13d
- Drug smugglers shift to human cargo on Texas… 15d
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Several anti-war protesters disrupted a Senate hearing on the Islamic State Tuesday. Capitol Police officers escorted them from the hearing room after they refused to be quiet.
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Gen. Martin Dempsey, the military's top officer, told a Senate panel Tuesday he will recommend having U.S. advisers fight with Iraqi troops against the militant Islamic State group if the situation requires it.
UnitedHealthcare created National Medicare Education Week because the number of people in need of clear information about Medicare is growing
'Red Band Sociey's' Ciara Bravo takes you on an exclusive tour of the children's ward of the fictional Ocean Park Hospital. Fox's new TV series is filmed in Atlanta.
For the Win's Mike Foss and Dan Fogarty give five examples of when playing dead would be a good winning strategy.
Domestic violence cases are notoriously complicated for police and prosecutors. When police can't sort out the issue, arresting one person sometimes leads to arresting both, which makes prosecution difficult.
The trial of a Texas cancer doctor accused of poisoning her lover's coffee got off to an explosive start Monday. Prosecutors say Dr. Ana Maria Gonzalez-Angulo had a fatal attraction to the fellow doctor with whom she was having an affair.