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Talk about a tense home life. A married couple in small-town Maine will fight each other for the same Waterville Ward 1 position.
It's easy to forget now, but Michael Dell was the Mark Zuckerberg of his day.
A federal judge on Tuesday sentenced former D.C. Council Chairman Kwame R. Brown to an afternoon in custody for lying on loan documents, making him the second city lawmaker to lose his liberty in front of the public he was elected to serve.
Busy, tech-savvy and often miles from their peers, thousands of new veterans are going online to find camaraderie or get their questions answered _ forcing big changes in long-established veterans groups and inspiring entrepreneurs to launch new ones.
The ranks of America's poor remain stuck at a record 15 percent, the Census Bureau reported Wednesday.
John Randolph served as an unyielding defender of America's revolutionary values for his entire life. Born on June 2, 1773, he grew up soaking in constitutional freedom's dawning days on a Virginia plantation.
When the Pittsburgh Steelers asked David Johnson to convert from tight end to fullback full-time in time for the 2012 season, the burly 270-pound Johnson's first thought was "I need to go on a diet."
An Ohio man linked to the hacker collective "Anonymous" pleaded not guilty Monday to charges of breaching the websites of the Utah Chiefs of Police Association and the Salt Lake City Police Department.
The new Duchess of Cambridge was showered with gifts _ from head to toe _ on her first overseas visit as a member of the royal family.
Backup quarterback Charlie Whitehurst threw a go-ahead 27-yard touchdown pass to Doug Baldwin, and Brandon Browner returned an interception 94 yards to clinch the Seattle Seahawks' 36-25 victory over the New York Giants on Sunday.
Former Gov. David Paterson will not face perjury charges on allegations that he lied about taking free Yankees tickets for the 2009 World Series, a decision that effectively puts an end to the most serious legal problem stemming from his tumultuous administration.
A World War II-era letter addressed to a woman at a Red Cross hospital in California has been delivered nearly 70 years after its postmark in Alabama, but the mystery of the message remains.
Hawaii Sen. Daniel K. Akaka, 86, said Wednesday he won't seek re-election next year, the fifth member of the Senate Democratic Caucus to decide not to face the voters in 2012.
From the size of Wilson Holloway's smile, it was sometimes difficult to ascertain that he was fighting for his life.
Outgoing Florida Gov. Charlie Crist will linger in some short-term memories for his failed independent Senate run and his pardon of dead rock star Jim Morrison. People thinking longer term will recall a governor who persuaded Republicans and Democrats to work together but blundered away his potential for success at the national level.
Census Bureau analyst David Johnson noted in a telephone briefing with reporters that "for the first time in five years, neither median household income decreased nor the percent of the population in poverty increased."