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With immigration reform stalled in Congress, young activists are stepping up protests to dramatize the toll of deportation on families. But critics question whether the actual numbers fit the claims.
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Malaysia Airlines plane, flight MH370, disappeared from radar suddenly on Saturday night. Two passengers listed on the Malaysia Airlines plane reported their passports stolen. Are the stolen passports indicative of a terrorist act?
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At the Conservative Political Action Conference, 2016 presidential hopefuls Rand Paul and others, plus tea party superstars like Sarah Palin, are cheer-leading movement activists.
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Ukraine is sparring with Russia over the identity of snipers who killed scores of people, police as well as protesters, last last month in Kiev. Solving the mystery could bolster or delegitimize Ukraine's leaders.
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As the world marks International Women’s Day, a glimpse at some innovative classroom lessons.
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The front-runner in tomorrow's election said the amnesty that protects guerrillas, right-wing officials, and soldiers from prosecution for civil-war-era crimes is no longer 'convenient' here.
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China's instinct is to stand by its strategic partner, but Russia's intervention in Ukraine's Crimea appears to violate China's principle of strict state sovereignty.
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This week saw Brig. Gen. Jeffrey Sinclair on trial for sexual assault, and news of another case broke: A top Army prosecutor has been suspended after being accused of groping a military lawyer.
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President Obama visited a Miami high school Friday to raise awareness about the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) and outline his efforts to get more students to complete it.
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Unemployment edged up slightly in February to 6.7 percent of the workforce, but the jobs number is a sizable step up from the pace of job creation in the previous two months.
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Ruling party candidate Araya bowed out of Costa Rica's presidential runoff due to lack of campaign funds and support. But opponent Solís is still rallying voters to turn out and give him a solid mandate.
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A California businessman says in a lawsuit that the Downtown Grand Las Vegas Hotel and Casino served him about 20 free drinks – a tactic to fleece him while he was drunk. He may have a case.