Illinois doctor facing medical marijuana discipline has been in trouble before
Threat to University of Chicago that mentioned police shooting came amid tension over video
Newly discovered dinosaur tracks on a Scottish island offer a new window into a murky stretch of natural history.
New cybersecurity bills would add more secrecy for tech companies under public records laws
Planned Parenthood shooting brings renewed focus to domestic terror prosecutions
The cookware, fragrances and nail polish you use might be harmful to your health, but how dangerous are they really?
US victim of violent extremist attack laments assault on free speech in Bangladesh
AP EXPLAINS: Puerto Rico's struggle with $72 billion in debt as economic crisis mounts
The Latest: Juneau, Alaska, mayor had suffered injuries when he was found dead, police say
Republican lawmaker in Colorado calls Planned Parenthood 'the real culprit' for violence
The characters on "Supergirl" are really angry, but this episode focused on how they could channel that fiery emotion.
Emissions cheating scandal cuts VW brand US sales by nearly one-quarter in November
New diabetes cases in US adults are falling, but it's not clear why, government officials say
AT&T joins a small yet powerful group of telecoms hiking data costs.
US appeals court reconsiders ruling setting aside conviction of former aide to Osama bin Laden
The prize no one is happy to get: Morrissey wins annual 'Literary Review Bad Sex' award
The Latest: Jury selection in its 2nd day for officer's trial over death of Freddie Gray
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"A Charlie Brown Christmas" has been around for 50 years now, so let's celebrate the anniversary with some fun facts you might not know.
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Senate investigation: Maker of breakthrough drug for hepatitis C sought to maximize revenue
US stocks open higher, led by banks and industrials; JPMorgan Chase and Boeing up
The 38 countries that are affected are considered low-risk and include most of Europe and other U.S. allies.
German Cabinet OKs committing up to 1,200 troops to help anti-IS mission in Syria
Clinton marks anniversary of historic Montgomery bus boycott, speaking at King's church