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Iraq's president named a new prime minister to end Nuri al-Maliki's eight year rule, but the leader refused to go, creating a dangerous political showdown.
Protesters gathered at a suburban St. Louis police station, demanding charges against an officer who fatally shot an unarmed man over the weekend.
Police are handing out fliers to Times Square tourists, telling them that tipping the costumed characters is optional, and to call 911 if they have complaints.
Employment growth at the largest American companies has lagged far behind increased profits.
General Motors has lost its bid to dismiss a lawsuit accusing the automaker of concealing critical evidence about a faulty ignition switch.
Missionaries and others coming home after working with people infected with Ebola will be placed in quarantine as a precaution.
President Barack Obama's pledge to fast-track the deportation of migrant children is out of step with the opinion of a majority of Americans.
A look back on the news that made headlines this week and the stories you won't forget.
U.S. warplanes struck Iraq for the first time since 2011, attacking fighters in an effort to prevent "genocide."
Some 7.2 million new participants have enrolled in Medicaid and the Children's Health Insurance Program.
WATCH: Disgraced former President Richard Nixon discusses his resignation in rare video just released.
President Barack Obama signed a bill designed to provide veterans with more timely medical care and fix problems in the scandal-plagued VA.
A special Ebola working group will consider using experimental drugs to help the hundreds infected by the deadly disease.
A quarter of U.S. families feel they are under economic stress as the aftershock of the Great Recession continues to drag down living standards.
The number of Americans filing new claims for unemployment benefits fell to the lowest level since
President Barack Obama will sign a plan to ease health care delays at VA facilities.
As President Barack Obama considers loosening immigration policy, a new poll shows Americans are worried illegal immigration threatens the economy.
President Barack Obama says the initial response should focus on public health measures to contain the outbreak.
Major General Harold Greene, a senior officer with the international military command ISAF, is the most senior U.S. military official killed in action overseas since Vietnam.
The battle over same-sex marriage resumes on Wednesday when a federal appeals court convenes a special three-hour hearing.