If Indiana order stands, charity will settle Syrian family

If Gov. Pence's order stands, religious charity says it can settle Indiana-bound Syrian family

Conviction of ex-speaker sends NY politics into turmoil

New York government, politics thrown into turmoil after conviction of ex-Assembly speaker

'Supergirl': Everyone Was Super Angry This Week

The characters on "Supergirl" are really angry, but this episode focused on how they could channel that fiery emotion.

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Cybersecurity bills would add secrecy to public records laws

New cybersecurity bills would add more secrecy for tech companies under public records laws

Express Scripts offers low-cost alternative to Turing drug

Express Scripts offers low-cost alternative to Turing treatment priced at $750 per pill

Who Knew Fergie Voiced A Famous 'Peanuts' Character?

"A Charlie Brown Christmas" has been around for 50 years now, so let's celebrate the anniversary with some fun facts you might not know.

Puerto Rico's governor issues 'distress call' to Congress

Puerto Rico's governor issues 'distress call,' says he will reroute money to make bond payment

Syria's al-Qaida branch releases captive Lebanese soldiers

Syria's al-Qaida branch frees Lebanese soldiers held captive since 2014 as part of swap deal

Boston Marathon bomber's lawyers to argue for new trial

Lawyers for Boston Marathon bomber head back to court to argue for new trial

Police shooting in downtown Atlanta leaves 1 man dead

Police shooting in downtown Atlanta leaves 1 man dead; police say drugs, guns found in car

Tightened US Tourism Screening Would Hit Both Allies And Terrorists

The 38 countries that are affected are considered low-risk and include most of Europe and other U.S. allies.

The Latest: Prince Charles, climate envoys focus on forests

The Latest: Prince Charles, global envoys focus on saving forests to reduce global warming

Report: Drug maker was focused on profits, not patients

Senate investigation: Maker of breakthrough drug for hepatitis C sought to maximize revenue

Science Shows Just How Unsanitary Double Dipping Is

Researchers found if you dip your food in sauce after you've taken a bite, that second dunk can put hundreds of times more bacteria in the bowl.

House passes intelligence bill with policy guidelines

Houses passes intelligence authorization bill with spending and policy guidelines

Blast near Istanbul subway station injures at least 1

Blast near Istanbul subway station injures at least 1; cause of blast not immediately known

Clinton marks anniversary of historic Montgomery bus boycott

Clinton marks anniversary of historic Montgomery bus boycott, speaking at King's church

Man accused of smuggling turtles expected to plead guilty

Canadian man charged with turtle smuggling scheme expected to plead guilty in Michigan

Paul Walker's Co-Stars Send Love On The Anniversary Of His Death

"Fast and the Furious" actors took to social media to remember a departed member of their family.

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Volkswagen brand US sales fall nearly 25 percent in November

Emissions cheating scandal cuts VW brand US sales by nearly one-quarter in November

Rising cigarette taxes tied to lower infant deaths: Study

Rising cigarette taxes are tied to declines in US infant deaths, 11 years of data suggest

US stocks open higher, led by banks and industrials

US stocks open higher, led by banks and industrials; JPMorgan Chase and Boeing up

AirAsia Blames Technical Issue, Pilot Error For 2014 Crash

Investigators say poor pilot training might have contributed to last year's AirAsia plane crash that killed 162.

Congress reaches deal on 5-year transportation bill

Congress reaches agreement on 5-year bill to keep highway, transit aid flowing to states

European Space Agency delays launch of gravity probe

European Space Agency delays start of gravity test mission, cites problem with launch rocket

Dad accused of taking Alabama boy pleads not guilty

Dad accused of taking boy from Alabama home in '02 pleads not guilty in Cleveland court