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House Republicans say President Obama has been derelict in enforcing key laws and are looking pass bills to hold him accountable. But the issue hardly began with Obama.
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The death of a teenager injured by Turkey's police during last May's antigovernment protests has reignited unrest only weeks ahead of nationwide elections.
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Researchers say a fossilized skull pulled from sandy muck outside Charleston, S.C., is the earliest known member of the whale family to show skeletal evidence for a natural form of sonar.
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A New Jersey teenager who left home, then tried to force her parents to pay her bills, has returned home, her parents’ lawyer said Wednesday. But her lawsuit is still pending.
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Just before the building collapse that killed two women, Con Edison dispatched a crew to investigate complaints of a gas odor. NYC's thousands of miles of main gas lines are decades old.
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Glenn Ford, sentenced to death for killing a man whose lawn he used to mow, was not even at the scene of the crime, according to new evidence used to free him from death row this week.
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Strict application of the law got Ahmed Ezz, Hosni Mubarak's right-hand man, out of jail. But for thousands of faceless protesters, the law means little.
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Members of the Union of South American Nations meet today to discuss the crisis in Venezuela. With at least 21 dead amid antigovernment protests, will Venezuela get further regional backing?
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Allowing the CIA to set up a computer system to be used by Senate committee staff to produce a report about the agency itself created a 'classic case of the fox looking after the henhouse.'
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Patients alone get to decide who is at their bedsides, a New Jersey judge has ruled. Fathers have no court-established right to be in delivery rooms – or even be notified – when their children are born, he said.
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Libya's government depends on oil revenue, which has slowed precipitously since militiamen took over the oil fields last summer. But there's no need to panic (yet).
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Malaysia Airlines Flight 370: Malaysia's Air Force chief says the last military radar signal from MH370 was at 2:15 a.m. Saturday, 200 miles northwest of Penang, Malaysia. But he says, he's not sure. Why the confusion?