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After sparring for more than a year, Mel Gibson and his ex-girlfriend have reached a financial and custody settlement of a bitter dispute that spawned a criminal case and left the Academy Award winner's reputation damaged.
An eclectic bunch of Washington-area locales, for wildly different reasons, have either a glut of men or a disproportionate number of women, according to a Washington Times analysis of newly released census data. The differences represent a basic dynamic affecting every facet of life for those seeking to date, those raising families and those trying to live out their days in comfort.
President Obama's top manufacturing adviser Ron Bloom will step down at the end of August, the White House said Tuesday.
The 2014 World Cup has officially begun, with the United States being drawn with Jamaica in qualifying for the North, Central America and Caribbean region for the tournament in Brazil.
World champion Spain was drawn on Saturday with 1998 winner France, Georgia, Belarus and Finland in a qualifying group for the 2014 tournament _ the first World Cup in Brazil in 64 years.
Two suspects detained in the slaying of Argentine folk singer Facundo Cabral were gunning for a Nicaraguan businessman who was accompanying him, and they may not have known who Cabral was, authorities said Tuesday.
U.S. authorities on Tuesday deported a former member of an elite Guatemalan military force suspected of carrying out a brutal massacre in 1982.
Thousands of marchers stormed the Georgia Capitol on Saturday to protest the state's new immigration law, which they say creates an unwelcome environment for people of color and those in search of a better life.