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The secretary of state singled out Ukraine as an example of a growing trend of governments willing to "trample the ambitions" of their people.
We want to know who you turn to for an accurate weather forecast: is it the groundhog, the Farmers' Almanac or the nerds with supercomputers?
Patrick Murray, the director of the Monmouth University Polling Institute, says that the latest allegations up the ante on the deepening scandal.
During his 10-year career, Sean Morey absorbed countless hits, more than a few of which resulted in concussions. "Every time I hit somebody it was like getting tasered," he says.
The finding is likely to be welcomed by Republicans and some oil- and gas-producing states but is sure to further rankle environmentalists.
CEO Steve Ballmer announced last summer that he would be retiring. News outlets report that one of Microsoft's executive vice presidents is in line to take over.
Yahoo says that "the list of usernames and passwords that were used to execute the attack was likely collected from a third-party database compromise."
An appeals court in Florence has upheld the guilty verdict against U.S. student Amanda Knox and her ex-boyfriend for the 2007 murder of her British roommate.
Dzhokhar Tsarnaev has been charged in connection to the bombing of the 2013 Boston Marathon.
Local organizations, leaders and advocates have launched various events, conferences and marches during the month an effort to prevent human trafficking.
The $100 billion-a-year, compromise farm bill contains a small cut in food stamps and preserves most crop subsidies. It now heads to the Senate.
A research team at Texas A&M University at Corpus Christi was one of six teams selected by the Federal Aviation Administration to begin testing Unmanned Aerial Vehicles or Drones.
Palestinian Ala'a Miqbel thought he was going for a brief interview with Israeli security for a permit for work travel to the West Bank. Instead, he was arrested and taken to prison. There, he met Palestinian informants known as "sparrows," who masquerade as fellow prisoners and elicit information for the Israelis.
The White House is flooding social media in its major digital push for the State of the Union address. (We also have bingo cards for you to play along at home.)
HealthCare.gov's launch problems inspired legislation aimed at ending a cycle of costly federal IT failures.
The X Games have changed the lineup of the Olympics. But when a youth-lifestyle, punk-rock sport makes it to the Olympics, some things inevitably change.