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The president said his former secretary of state was more qualified to serve as his successor and that Republican candidate Donald Trump’s case for the presidency went against American ideals.
Joe Biden hailed Michelle Obama's Monday speech as a lock to be the best of this week's at the convention. And then he may very well have matched it.
The leak of emails, if the Kremlin is behind it, may be information warfare directed against the United States — not in favor of the GOP candidate, some say.
Mike Pence’s campaign expressed regret about the episode, which an official blamed on overzealous volunteers.
A court case involving Boston's transit system will likely be closely watched by WMATA officials as they propose permanently changing the operating schedule.
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We’re now a city of haves — people who have flexible work schedules — and have-nots.
Lt. Col. Brian Birdwell was badly burned inside the Pentagon. He never got to thank Col. Rob Maness for helping save his life.
Marilyn Mosby and her team offered multiple theories for how the accused officers were responsible for a Baltimore man’s fatal injury, but all fell flat during the trials.
Police are seeking the public’s help in identifying him.
The Nationals have held closely to their prospects in building a contender, but now may be the time to reverse course.
Clouds and intermittent rain should give us a break from 90-degree temperatures after today.
The centenarians say they are stunned — and thrilled — that they could help elect the country’s first female president.
Of the major terrorist attacks that have rocked this country over the past year and a half, none has been perceived so strongly as an Islamic affront to the age-old idea of a Catholic France.
The tourists are gone, and thousands of locals are out of work and feeling abandoned after doing so much to help war refugees. “You don’t see people eating out of dumpsters yet,” said one resident. “But this winter? You might.”
A judge cited Florida’s “Stand Your Ground” self-defense law when dismissing charges against sheriff’s deputy Peter Peraza, who testified that Jermaine McBean refused to comply with commands to drop the authentic-looking weapon.
We’re now a city of haves — people who have flexible work schedules — and have-nots.
The 19-year-old beauty vlogger specializes in glittery, achingly upbeat fashion and makeup tutorials. But lately fans have worried about her safety, saying her YouTube clips have taken a darker turn.
Lt. Col. Brian Birdwell was badly burned inside the Pentagon. He never got to thank Col. Rob Maness for helping save his life.
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“This is a wonderful time in our history,” said Ann Moliver Ruben, 91, who put the slogan on T-shirts and sold them to a Walmart store in Florida, which pulled them from the shelves in the 1990s.
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