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His wife stays behind to finalize the adoption of a fourth child.
And it will provide additional aid to complement an IMF package.
The 3 Percent Boots on the Ground has a 'few thousand' members in chapters around the country, he says.
A trial begins Tuesday in an attempt to overturn a 2004 law.
It's one of 14 states that is running its own health exchange.
Andrew Kierstead said he shot Richard Mills because Mills had hooked him on drugs but then shut him off for not paying a drug debt.
The children come down with paralysis in one or more limbs, leaving public health officials baffled.
The collision that caused the spill of 31,500 gallons of light crude oil remains under investigation.
Fourteen-year-old Kobe Huynh of Auburn – a student at Auburn Middle School – was pronounced dead at the scene of a three-car crash.
While liberals seem comfortable with the EPA's permitting program, conservatives indicate they’re skeptical of the agency’s authority.
During the one-year experiment, the rule will only allow collisions if the catcher has the ball and is blocking the runner's direct path to the plate.
Since 2009, the state’s food entrepreneurs have added at least 2,162 jobs and 199 new businesses.
A new study shows just how effective the surgery is, but raises the question of whether the procedure should be performed in women as young as 35.
Marco Camacho argued his nickname might have affected the outcome of his trial for a quadruple murder.
Maggie Hassan says residents could have coverage beginning in July.
The daughter of Sen. Robert F. Kennedy goes on trial in suburban New York on a charge of driving while drugged.
Weather enthusiasts – including snow scouts in Connecticut – are trained to report snow depth.
Two Lewiston players are among the candidates as the top Class A senior hockey player.