A list of prominent people believed held by Syrian rebels
Colorado officials report roughly $2M in recreational pot taxes in January, 1st month of sales
Senate backs bill to eliminate 'good soldier' defense to combat sexual assault in military
Up all night: Now it's Senate Dems keeping the lights lit, in global warming talkathon
Flooding washes out roads, leaving hundreds cut off in eastern Montana with more rain forecast
US criticizes court in Maldives for sacking elections officials, throwing vote into doubt
Councilmember David Catania will be the latest District of Columbia politician to enter the race for mayor.
The Maryland Department of Agriculture says it's reducing its gypsy moth spraying to about 5,200 acres this year, down from more than 12,000 acres in 2013.
Libya says its forces seize disputed oil tanker; militia denies claim
Israel displays rockets seized in Red Sea raid, levels accusations against Iran
DC Mayor Gray says claims he knew of illegal shadow campaign are 'absolute lies'
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Immigration officials: Detainees continue hunger strike at Washington detention center
China's Communist Party abuses officials into confessions as part of anti-corruption efforts
Leader of Knights Templar cartel thrived after Mexican federal officials declared him dead
Obama consults with leaders of Spain, Kazakhstan; aims to show united front on Ukraine
Colorado theater shooting suspect's attorneys ask Supreme Court to rule on reporter's sources
Judge overturns Kansas medical board's revocation of doctor's license over abortion referrals
Aretha says Obama 'was just a little tired' when he bobbled spelling of 'R-E-S-P-E-C-T'
Judge withholds ruling on whether to throw out case against former Ark. treasurer