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Republicans say federal spending is their top worry; Democrats name health care; and independents say the overall economy is their top concern.
In the summer of 2009, a Harvard professor was arrested for breaking into his own house. The incident sparked a national discussion of race in America -- a discussion that's far from finished.
Here's what self-defense expert Melissa Soalt says female journalists need to have: The mindset of a Marine, the heart of a lioness, and the knowledge of a security director.
The action by Cardinal Justin Rigali is one of the most sweeping since widespread revelations of child sexual abuse by clergy began battering the Catholic Church and follows accusations in a grand jury report.
The Justices made it easier -- but only slightly so -- for convicted prisoners to get DNA testing they say can exonerate them.
A grand jury outlines the full contours of the federal case against the Tucson, Ariz., shooting suspect.
One hundred years ago, John Browning and Colt firearms produced a pistol for the U.S. military that would become ubiquitous in American culture and crime-fighting.
A harsh critic of the anti-abortion movement, Ted Shulman was being held without bond at the Metropolitan Correctional Center in New York City, pro-lifers said.
The ESPN executive fought back when a man attacked her in Rome. She took him to court, despite great obstacles, because she thinks it's time to bring the issue out of the closet, for women's sakes.
Assange has been fighting extradition since he was arrested on sex charges in December. He has consistently denied the allegations.
Diarmuid Martin is joined by Cardinal Sean O'Malley of Boston in act of penance as Irish Catholicism teeters on brink over church scandal.
Good news, bad news, for media organizations pushing to get more access to the Loughner case file.
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