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One million dollar bail set for a man who stole another man's identity to get a job as a flight attendent in the U.S.
The Spokane, WA YMCA held the first Father's Day Celebration on June 19, 1910.
While some see a stalemate in Libya, NATO Secretary General Anders Rasmussen sees progress in the campaign to protect civilians.
President Barack Obama announced to the nation late Sunday evening that Osama Bin Laden was killed by a U.S. military operation.
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Two-time Academy Award winner Elizabeth Taylor passed away Wednesday morning at the age of 79.
NASA officals say the Glory satellite launched aboard a Taurus XL rocket never made it into orbit and crashed into the Pacific Ocean.
Planned Parenthood is under scrutiny after videos surface of workers providing advice to believed sex traffickers.
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States from New Mexico to Maine are bracing for a storm that some meterologists predict could bring record snowfall.
U.S. President Obama says that the U.S. economy is strengthening and that growth must be increased to boost jobs.
U.S. President Obama said that BP agreed to a $20 billion fund to cover damages from the Gulf of Mexico oil spill.
Make-up artist Rick DiCecca sets a new Guinness World Record by applying lipstick to 303 women in an hour
Former child actor Gary Coleman, 42, died on Friday after being taken off life support at a Utah Hospital.
Nearly three weeks after a drilling rig explosion in the Gulf of Mexico triggered a massive oil spill, the slick is moving closer to the Gulf Coast.
The influential Wall Street bank says it will fight civil charges it defrauded investors in securities backed by subprime home loans.
The woman accused of plotting to kill the Swedish cartoonist who depicted the Prophet Mohammed pleads not guilty to charges of providing support to terrorists and conspiracy.
On a four-day visit to the United States, Greek Prime Minister George Papandreou warned a financial crisis in Greece would would have dangerous consequences for Europe.
In home video footage, trainer Dawn Brancheau is seen performing with 'Tilly' the whale moments before being killed.
Punxsutawney Phil's official forecast calls for six more weeks of winter.
'Avatar' and 'The Hangover' win top honors at the 67th annual Golden Globe Awards.
Scientists push back the hands on the symbolic Doomsday Clock by one minute, from five minutes to midnight to six minutes to midnight, citing hopeful developments in nuclear weapons and climate change.