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They help guide cancer patients through a complex, fragmented and confusing system, assisting them with appointments, bills, transportation and other obstacles to care.
Hybrid warfare is increasingly becoming an issue in national defense planning.
Aloysius Schwartz is halfway to sainthood, with just a couple miracles standing in the way.
Scientists and officials in North Carolina struggle to explain seven incidents within three weeks.
There is concern about its poor human rights record, but leaders there have some supporters here.
The U.S. secretary of state and Iran’s foreign minister have developed a friendly rapport over days of talks.
By jumpstarting the security clearance process with hard copy questionnaires, authorities hope to minimizes delays to an already burdened system
"All I know is they are generous, loving Americans who wanted no credit," Charleston Mayor Joseph Riley said.
Spectators gathered to watch veterinarians from The National Aquarium in Baltimore release three rehabilitated turtles back into the wild off the coast of Ocean City, Md.
You may have learned it in school, but do you remember it?
Former students would like to save Stratford Junior High, which was the state’s first school to integrate
The foreign minister released a friendly video message as the long nuclear talks enter their final hours.
It speaks to a larger problem for schools.
A great overview of the crisis facing Greece
He announces three "parent rights" -- and has a Twitter cheat that doesn't go the way he might have liked.
They rehearse selective history, celebrate decisions of a man-made government and blur the line between the kingdoms of man and the kingdom of God.
This is why you may not be able to read the site right now.
Sweet Briar College changes leadership, with a new board of directors and a new president promising to keep the school open
The story of two countries helps explain why Germany and Greece don't see eye-to-eye.