Russia is now officially Ukraine's enemy, according to the country's newly revised military doctrine, which also lays out a long-term path toward NATO membership.
The South Carolina governor, a rising GOP star, said the people of her state -- under her leadership -- avoided riots and violence after racial tension flared there earlier this year.
U.S. stocks rebounded Wednesday, a day after Wall Street recorded its worst start to September in 13 years.
China's troubles and the stock market's turmoil haven't derailed the U.S. housing recovery -- yet.
The heads of the top U.S. oil, gas and coal companies are financially motivated to extract more carbon reserves, despite dire climate change warnings.
The far-left, anti-austerity Podemos party's rise to national prominence has lost a considerable amount of momentum heading into upcoming elections.
With an intensifying spotlight on police brutality and a lure of big settlements, more attorneys are taking on cases of police misconduct.
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