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It is unclear whether — or exactly why — North Korea would risk firing missiles so close to U.S. territory.
Mixed signals from the White House create uncertainty, leading insurers to seek double-digit premium increases for 2018, the nonpartisan Kaiser Family Foundation finds.
A police source tells AP that the suspect in an attack on soldiers near Paris is Hamou Benlatreche, a 37-year-old Algerian man who was legally living in France.
International observers urge Kenyans to be patient as they awaited final election results following opposition allegations of vote-rigging.
The case of a severely disabled New York man infested with maggots offers a unique glimpse into the often-secretive probes of abuse and neglect in state-run institutions, AP learns.
A lethal mix of feces-contaminated water, runoff from rain falling on piles of garbage, farmland irrigated with sewage and unpaid government health employees are to blame.
Trump's use of Twitter and allegations he blocks people with dissenting views raises questions about what elected officials can and cannot do on their social media pages.
And a liaison for the pop star who deals with radio stations across the country asked the Colorado DJ's boss to keep a photo of the alleged assault confidential.
A group that represents farmers says saving imperiled salmon in the largest river system in the Pacific Northwest is too costly and wants to sidestep endangered species laws.
Jordan Spieth, seeking a career Grand Slam at 24, is the favorite at the PGA Championship at Quail Hollow Club in Charlotte, North Carolina.