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Georgia authorities have arrested 14 people they accuse of traveling with the intent to have sex with children, including a suburban Atlanta elementary school principal, according to CNN affiliates and school system officials.
Four members of Congress are leading efforts to establish the National Women's History Museum in Washington.
It was just after lunchtime, and 17 kindergartners huddled around a table marked with paint. Teacher Lindy Shoemaker held a vase covered in small objects: an "I <3 Tennis" keychain, a LEGO flag and other goodies the students brought from home.
Lateef Mungin will be missed in ways you might imagine -- the absence of a regular byline to a media organization -- and in ways that are intangible.
Of the 100 members of the U.S. Senate, a third of them have family ties to other members of government, including Sen. Bernie Sanders' trans-Atlantic connection:
Ruben Navarrette says the evidence supports the conclusion that Marine Sgt. Rafael Peralta sacrificed himself for his comrades in Iraq in 2004, and deserves the Medal of Honor posthumously.
The Supreme Court will hear arguments over whether police officers can be sued after a deadly chase with a driver.
The search for the pilot of a jet that crashed near a U.S. Navy range in Nevada continued Sunday, the Navy said in a press release. The pilot's name is being withheld until family is notified.
The film community is coming together in a touching way to honor one of their own who died on a movie set.
The actor who became a star in feature films is producing for television, a medium that he says is omnipresent and hypnotic
A California school that stopped students from wearing American flag T-shirts on Cinco de Mayo didn't violate their constitutional rights, an appeals court ruled Thursday.
Aaron Miller says it's a fair bet that whether Putin wins or loses in Ukraine, it's going to make a difficult situation in the Middle East even more complicated.
Peggy Drexler says a marketer learned the hard way you should watch your words, especially when they can go viral in the bully-friendly world of social media.
Whatever one thinks of Spike Lee expletive-laced rant about moneyed newcomers inhabiting once-blighted corners of America's most populous city, the millionaire filmmaker could be considered a dubious messenger for such sentiments.
The former head of a private preparatory school in Miami, Florida is out an $80,000 discrimination settlement after his daughter boasted about it on Facebook.
Washington, Baltimore and Philadelphia were pounded by another winter storm, one that also put the Midwest and Great Plains into the freezer.
Julian Zelizer says that even if he weren't up against a potential Hillary Clinton candidacy, Joe Biden would face very long odds to succeed Barack Obama.