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An American Muslim in Kansas tries to claim her place in her country.
Nohemi Gonzalez, a senior at California State University at Long Beach, was studying design.
Racial disparity is a fact of life in the Neck, between the place where a police officer shot an unarmed black man and the church where a gunman killed nine.
In the Iowa countryside where Sen. Ernst climbed her way up, the path out of Hardee’s isn’t clear for anyone.
At his french fry stand, 63-year-old preacher Terry Jones, the No. 2 target on an al-Qaeda hit list over his burning of Korans, remains defiant after another on the list was killed in the Paris massacre.
The World Cup victory pushes Germans to redefine patriotism at a pivotal time.
With Germany tipped as the favorite to win the World Cup, a cautious optimism has gripped this famously skeptical nation
As the national gun debate raged, a mother in Georgia fired shots that echoed across the country.
African American candidate for mayor was also gay, adding fire to calls for case to be probed as a hate crime.