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No one can say precisely when the mountainside collapsing into resort town of Jackson will give way.
PLUS: Fox executive fired; $14M awarded in suit; care site Heartbleed woes; space robot finds its legs
The national education standards have incited intense resistance on the right in the belief that it will lead to a federal takeover of
The company waited years to recall nearly 335,000 Saturn Ions for power steering failures despite getting thousands of consumer complaints.
Rabbits require as much care as dogs, and they must be litter-box trained and spayed or neutered to be effective house pets.
They still remember Hoffman at the Apple Jack bar in Point Pleasant, where he once shot pool and flirted with women.
Cookies, candy and other pot edibles can be exponentially more potent than a joint.
Thousands of pages of documents from Clinton's White House years appear to be strikingly similar to issues now confronting Obama.
In a surprise announcement Friday, the State Department said federal agencies will have more time to weigh in on the politically fraught
Fugitive former NSA contractor says he was trying to get Russia's president on the record so his claims can be challenged.
MIT honors slain officer; Man charged in highway shootings; rules for immigrant asylum seekers toughened; credit/debit cards hacked.
Economists say the long-term unemployed could become a permanent underclass, left behind by the nation's broader economic recovery.
In a town that has only seen one homicide in more than a decade, Chief Thomas Seefeld says the knife attacks will be remembered for years.
The lawyer who argued before the Supreme Court in favor of upholding California's ban on gay marriage learned one of his children is gay.
Candidates are offering high-powered pistols and rifles as a lure to build up their donor lists and expand their base of support.
The procedure has long been used in laparoscopic operations to remove fibroid tumors from the uterus, or to remove the uterus itself.
The solar system is 500 light-years distant, but one of its five planets is theoretically capable of retaining liquid water.
PLUS: New Hampshire death penalty stays intact; GM wins a round in recall case.
Thirty-five percent of the 8 million who have enrolled are under age 35.
The small, rocky planet orbits not too close nor too far from its star where liquid water, essential for life, could exist.
Plus: Bloomberg's anti-gun push; Google pressed on online drug sales; BP ending shore cleanup; gay marriage ruling is on hold.
A man's stroll in the street with a rice cooker in his backpack Tuesday near the Boston Marathon finish line led police to step up patrols.
The statistics present a different picture of President Barack Obama's enforcement policies than one painted by many immigrant advocates.
Gallup reported the 21 states and the District of Columbia that fully embraced the law reported the biggest decline.
Colleges and universities are facing rising criticism over how they deal with sexual assault and athletes.
The White House is refocusing a $500 million grant program on job training programs that involve partnerships with regional employers.
Plus: Kansas suspect charged; Detroit pensions settled; Detroit pensions settled; Military justice review set; Bad news for road funds
Estimates of the severity of the bug's damage have mounted almost daily since researchers announced the discovery of Heartbleed last week.
The appeals court rejected state and industry challenges to the emissions rules.
Because of a typographical error, the punishment reflected a greater penalty than called for under U.S. sentencing guidelines.
The city marked the first anniversary of the Boston Marathon bombings Tuesday by honoring the dead and wounded.
Lower-than-expected health insurance premiums under Obamacare will help cut the long-term cost of the program 7 percent over next decade.
The anniversary of the Boston Marathon bombings promises to be a day of honoring and remembrance.
The infants were found in cardboard boxes, each one rolled up in a shirt or towel and tucked into a plastic bag.
None of the three people killed outside of a Jewish community center and retirement complex near Kansas City were Jewish.
Boston bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev's confinement measures restrict communication with the outside.
The Washington Post and The Guardian won the Pulitzer Prize in public service for revealing U.S. government's surveillance programs.
The Congressional Budget Office said health care expansion will cost more than $100 billion less than expected.
The AAS decided in a vote by its board last week to recognize a vast but historically invisible portion of its membership.
Traditional Jewish law would forbid their use on holy days, but digital devices could enhance the Passover experience.
They want details on how many enrollees have paid for their plans, the age composition of the enrollees and data's influence on insurers.
PLUS: changes mask ACA effects; Keystone foes find flair; Obamas attend 'A Raisin'; Rand Paul raps Jeb Bush.
A man in his 70s was arrested after the attacks at a Jewish community center and a nearby retirement community.
The frozen Great Lakes have prevented fishermen from catching the key ingredient for fresh gefilte fish.
The PG reached out to as many of the injured students and their families as the paper could identify in an effort to tell the story.
All 400 head cattle had grazed on public land in southern Nevada owned by a rancher who has refused to recognize their authority.
Plus: Computer glitch on space station; hacker's conviction overturned; Obamas file tax return; stiletto killer sentenced.
Elements of the decision became evident Friday, when the White House denied that it had any prior knowledge of the Heartbleed bug.
Students across the country have filed federal complaints against their colleges for failing to prevent and respond to sexual assaults.
A new study finds the typical 401(k) fees would erase $70,000 from an average worker's account over a four-decade career.