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Justin Bieber has been cleared of involvement in an alleged hit and run. The 19-year-old singer and his rapper friend Lil Twist were trying to leave the Laugh Factory on Sunset Strip in Los Angeles last night when they were involved in an incident.
What does the historic vote on same-sex marriage in New York mean for the rest of the country? Will it play a role if and when the U.S.
In a barebones basement office in Buffalo, New York, Katie Campos, an education activist, is plotting a revolution.
To hear federal officials tell it, one of the best solutions to America’s foster-care crisis often boils down to one word: adoption. New figures released by the Department of Health and Human Services show that 46,000 foster-care children were legally adopted in 1999, a 28% increase from the previous year’s total
California doesn’t want its children to kill Zombies.
Women’s breasts are not the usual topic of public discourse in Washington, at least not outside the context of a scandal.
The Senate’s first day of debate on sweeping legislation to overhaul the health-care system produced a squeaker of a vote exactly the 60 that majority leader Harry Reid needed to overcome a threatened Republican filibuster that could have blocked him from even bringing the bill to the floor. But it also gave a clear picture of the Republican messaging strategy as the legislation moves forward into what promises to be weeks of tendentious debate after the Thanksgiving recess.
President Obama on Wednesday signed a law that makes it a federal crime to assault an individual because of his or her sexual orientation or gender identity. He cited the work of the late Sen.
President Obama is scheduled to meet Monday with his national security team to discuss U.S.