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The State Department certainly had its priorities straight in the weeks leading up to the government shutdown
It's not a done deal, but aides are optimistic about an emerging bipartisan agreement that would avoid another government shutdown and ease the blow of additional sequester cuts.
The president calls income inequality the ‘defining issue of our time.’ So it seems fair to grade him on his success at addressing it. By any measure, he has failed spectacularly
A majority of young people under age 25 would recall him if they could, according to a poll released Wednesday
Harry Reid is the only top congressional leader to exempt some of his staff from having to buy insurance through the Affordable Care Act exchanges
Fletcher, 6, and Sammy, 4, are two adorable brothers who like to tackle each other, bite each other and break each other’s toys.
'Pad kid poured curd pulled cold'
Cops say he plugged into school's juice without permission
It shows divers' astonishment that cook had survived nearly 3 days
The auction will take place on December 21 in Calabasas Hills, Calif.
It may not be effective for heavier women
Doctors with ties to industry go with pricey versions instead of generics
If you need to lose weight, they should come up with a plan and send you for counseling.
Two heart groups offer sweeping changes on use of statins
The move could prevent 20,000 heart attacks and 7,000 deaths each year.