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Oregon police are on the prowl for the vandal, or group of vandals, responsible for smearing numerous Hillsboro-based vehicles with doughnuts, other pastries and chocolate cars.
During a congressional hearing into alleged intimidation of whistleblowers at the Department of Veterans Affairs, it was revealed that members of the Philadelphia regional office tried to record committee investigators with microphones and cameras earlier in the month.
A 25-year-old homeless man was arrested Tuesday in front of ABC's "Good Morning America" studios after he reportedly pulled out a knife and told police he was there to "kill Michael Strahan," the show's part-time co-host.
President Obama made a personal plea Friday for the families of Central America not to send their children to America, trying to stanch the crisis of illegal immigrant youths flooding across the border.
President Obama is pulling one of his usual word tricks, trying to defuse intense public outrage. There are no reports that any meaningful numbers of the recent arrivals have yet been sent back.
Dozens of electronic dance music fans attending an Avicii concert in Boston had to be hospitalized Wednesday night, and several reports suggest ecstasy played a key role in their injuries.
Three children were injured at a parade in Utah on Saturday when a cannon set off by a Civil War reenactment group caused a fiery explosion.
A 911 dispatcher in Columbus, Ohio, will not be reprimanded after evidence of her telling a caller who said she was raped to "quit crying" surfaced Sunday.
Life in Hillaryworld is a lot like life in Oz.
Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton took some time Tuesday to explain what she meant when she complained of her family's financial struggles after leaving the White House, saying that with a little context, her claim holds water.
As soon as her new book hit store shelves Tuesday, Hillary Rodham Clinton became one of Twitter's biggest punch lines, mocked for her claim she and her husband were penniless when they exited the White House in 2001.
It's started. The Clintonizing of America has begun, or maybe it's Clintonmageddon.
People are signing social media prenups to set boundaries on what images and information their future spouses share online.
Pornography is an addiction that can enter your home for free, through your smart phone or iPad. Learn facts about pornography and its potential impact on you and your family.
A 99-year-old Maine woman has graduated from college 75 years after a $5 fee kept her from getting her diploma on time.