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- Budget deal exposes GOP divisions; conservatives slam tax hikes, vague cuts
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The mayor of Braddock, Penn., said this week that he doesn't care about state law — he's performing same-sex marriages anyway. And since Monday, he has.
When did the modern era begin? With the Renaissance? With Elvis Presley?
On with the show!
Pennsylvania will not set up its own health care exchange under the federal Affordable Care Act — at least not for now, Gov. Tom Corbett said Wednesday.
NBC News special correspondent Tom Brokaw was taken to a Charlotte, N.C., hospital Thursday morning after appearing on MSNBC's "Morning Joe." He later tweeted that he was doing OK.
The comic mechanics on NPR's "Car Talk" are pulling in to the garage.
A look at the best of tunes from David Bowie covering his entire career.
Wisconsin voters filed into polling stations Tuesday to decide whether to give Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett a rematch against Republican Gov. Scott Walker in next month's rare recall election or whether to back one of Mr. Barrett's fellow Democrats.
Gov. Tom Corbett launched a state takeover of the troubled capital city on Monday by declaring a fiscal emergency there.
Before there was Band Aid or Live Aid, a We Are the World or Hands Across America, there was singer-songwriter Harry Chapin _ lobbying for change in Congress, pestering an already convinced President Carter to establish a commission on world hunger, and passing the hat for donations at concerts large and small.
Brittany Allen of "All My Children" earned one of the show's final Daytime Emmys, winning for younger actress in a drama series on Sunday night.
"The Bold and the Beautiful" won drama series honors for the third consecutive year at the Daytime Emmys on Sunday night in a bittersweet ceremony that marked the impending daytime departures of two veteran soap operas along with Regis Philbin and talk show queen Oprah Winfrey.
Nick Risinger has always gazed up at the sky. But last year the amateur astronomer and photographer quit his day job as a Seattle marketing director and lugged six synchronized cameras about 60,000 miles to capture an image of the entire night sky.
Tight end Daniel Graham says he has no plans to retire and thinks he can play another three or four seasons in the NFL following his release from the Denver Broncos.
The economic crisis unleashed in 2008 savaged millions of families around the world, leaving them in the wasteland of loss. In the saddest cases, people forfeited homes and pensions; others lost jobs and opportunities. The bereavement and adjustment that follow such losses are the subject of Elizabeth Buchan's novel about the Nicholson family: "Separate Beds."
His twin brother, Tom, with a chocolate custard-smeared chin, declared he wasn't afraid of eating bugs.
"I don't consider this a big storm," he said.