Former Seattle Mayor Paul Schell, who led city during 1999 WTO protests, dies at 76
Al-Qaida-linked group releases video of American smiling before his suicide bombing in Syria
Key events in former Virginia governor corruption case
Karen Valihura was sworn in Friday as the second woman to serve on the Delaware Supreme Court
AP PHOTOS: North Korea marks 1950-53 war anniversary
A federal judge has ordered the restaurant and arcade Dave & Buster's to leave its location at the White Flint Mall in Rockville.
The nation's oldest living female World War II veteran has finally made it to Washington to see the monuments and memorials.
US has not been able to show Russian government was involved in downing of airliner
Baltimore mayor to propose selling 4 parking garages to help fund city needs
Lawmakers in both parties gripe about poor, disjointed White House outreach to Congress
Police: 5-year-old boy killed, mother wounded by father who then turned gun on himself
Obama says companies dodging taxes by moving headquarters overseas is unpatriotic
At 50, Upward Bound remains a welcome pathway to college for students from low-income families
Republicans on offensive in Georgia Senate race, trying to quash Nunn's upset bid
Pentagon: Imminent movement of Russian heavy artillery across border into Ukraine
Military officials say suspected al-Qaida-planted car bomb kills 2 troops in southern Yemen
AP Analysis: Putin likely to stay on offense in Ukraine in face of heavy pressure
President Barack Obama is playing golf at a private club in Maryland with the hosts of ESPN's "Pardon the Interruption."
The White House says ESPN's Tony Kornheiser and Michael Wilbon joined Obama on the president's first visit to Congressional Country Club in Bethesda.
A White House aide completed the foursome.
German vice chancellor: EU should target Russian oligarchs as it raises pressure over Ukraine
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