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- Boehner accuses Obama of ‘legacy of lawlessness’
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- LGBT adults still lean overwhelmingly toward Democratic Party
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Members of Congress called on President Obama Sunday to link up with Arab allies and quell a quick-moving crisis in Iraq, where Islamic militants swept toward Baghdad and left a bloody trail in their wake.
North Korea's despotic leader Kim Jong-un had some rather threatening words for weather forecasters in his country: You better start getting it right.
Iraq's Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki, has reportedly reached out to America for help with the storming militants and asked for U.S. airstrikes to control the chaos.
A judge in California ruled the state's teacher tenure, dismissal and layoff laws are unconstitutional, opening the doors for administrators to get rid of underperforming teachers and promote good ones.
Secretary of State John Kerry puts the odds of the five Taliban members who were freed from Guantanamo Bay now turning around and attacking Americans at a blunt slim-to-none, calling the scenario "baloney."
Australian authorities searching for a 62-year-old man who disappeared from his boat have shot dead two crocodiles and opened their bellies, pulling human remains from inside the one that spanned more than 15 feet in length.
A massive manhunt is underway after three men escaped from a Canadian jail in a helicopter, police said.
Secretary of State John Kerry acknowledged Sunday that the five Taliban prisoners recently released in a prisoner exchange may re-enter the battle, but warned that they face "enormous risk" if they do.
Among Harvard University's stacks upon stacks of books in one of its library is a 19th century edition of the French writer Arsene Houssaye's "Des destinies de lame," which experts just confirmed is bound in human skin.