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The highest-level U.S. delegation to Cuba in 35 years began talks on aimed at restoring diplomatic relations.
The Republican-controlled panel is revising the landmark No Child Left Behind education law.
Ernst, just two weeks into her Senate career, also appealed for cooperation from Obama.
President Barack Obama in March will recognize the 50th anniversary of historic marches fighting segregation.
Three-quarters of residents say the city should vote on a planned bid to host the Olympic Games.
It's time to "turn the page" from recession and war to boost middle-class Americans who have been left behind, the President says.
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The militant group released a video purporting to show two Japanese captives and threatening to kill them unless it received $200 million.
The U.S. will urge Cuba to lift travel restrictions and agree to opening embassies in historic talks on restoring relations.
The President will challenge the Republican-led Congress to back his ideas for helping middle-class Americans.
Observers linked the holiday to a rallying cry in recent months during demonstrations over police brutality: "Black lives matter."
Cities across America are increasingly making snowplow-tracking data public in free mobile apps.
A new tax plan has run into rapid criticism from Republicans.
Teenage sweethearts - one of them just 13 - were arrested in Florida, ending an alleged multi-state crime spree.
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Lawmakers say it will be difficult to pass a bill blocking immigration initiatives.
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry offered his condolences to France for the deaths from last week's Islamist attacks.
The President will address Americans next week in his State of the Union speech, laying out areas for potential compromise but ceding little ground to his opponents.
A sweeping set of measures will significantly ease the half-century-old embargo against Cuba.