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“Doesn’t Bernie deserve this?”
No more “under-card,” no more clown-car jokes -- Americans on Saturday night will see lean GOP presidential field in the party’s eighth official televised debate.
The New York City Council raised its pay Friday by 32 percent, an increase members justified because it was tied to new rules that limit their outside income.
“Some people were found in the shower, some in the bedroom.”
European Union foreign affairs chief Federica Mogherini says she is preparing to visit Iran following the implementation of a landmark nuclear deal between Tehran with world powers.
This week's shooting of two New York City police officers in a public housing stairwell has become an issue in another officer's manslaughter trial.
Thousands of people are taking part in protests against Islam and immigration in several European cities.
Police in Austria say 12 skiers from the Czech Republic have been caught in an Alpine avalanche.
A woman accused of stealing nearly $500,000 from several friends as part of a fraud perpetrated by an ex-Ohio State and NFL quarterback says she's trying to rebuild her life.
Michel Martelly came to office promising a stronger Haiti following a messy election that provoked widespread skepticism.
“It was decided that [he] would take a leave of absence from his membership to consider how he might best support the commission’s work.”
An 11-year-old boy in Tennessee has been found guilty of murdering an 8-year-old girl after she and her sister refused to let him see their puppies.
Charred timbers are all that remain of a dozen Tuareg homes burned down last week in Mali's northern city of Timbuktu by a mob angry after reports of a gun attack on Malian security forces nearby.
Hungary's state secretary of public education has been replaced amid growing discontent and protests by teachers, students and parents against the government's centralization of the school system.
Egypt's state-run news agency says President Abdel-Fattah el-Sissi has ordered that one billion Egyptian pounds ($127 million dollars) worth of funds donated by government supporters be used to build 100,000 housing units.