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The advance of Islamic State has exposed the failings of Iraq's army and the limitations of U.S. airstrikes.
Bannister became the first runner to break the fabled 4-minute barrier.
A look at some of Hollywood's most memorable headlines.
Travelers around northwest Iowa are going to be noticing DOT vehicles on their local roadways.
Team owner Robert Kraft says the team won't protest its $1 million fine and loss of draft picks.
The birth date of 5-18 marks both car numbers Busch has driven in the Sprint Cup Series — No. 5 at Hendrick Motorsports and No. 18 for Joe Gibbs Racing.
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This might be the best worst proposal fail ever.
Monday night's Spencer City Council session opened with the announcement of a winner.
June 9 will be "Les Paul Day" in the cities of New York, Nashville and Waukesha, Wisconsin, where Paul was born.
Tom Buis of Growth Energy talks about the growth of E-15, the EPA's RFS timeline and how renewable fuels are viewed in Washington D.C.
This week Lisa Forburger of the Palo Alto County FSA office talks about the primary nesting season for CRP, certification of acres and holiday office hours.
The "American Hustle" star portrayed the severely deformed John Merrick and opted to forego prosthetics and instead contort his body for authenticity.
Clinton's exclusive use of a personal email account for government business as secretary of state has prompted concerns about transparency and security.
The two teams are moving forward with plans to build a join $1.7 billion stadium in the L.A. area.
Bombing survivors will be allowed to give victim impact statements at the hearing, as will convicted bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev.
Police say a burglar brook into a Florida house and fell asleep on the couch.