A term coined by Twitter users has become so popular that the social networking site wants control over it.
The presidential candidate now says she is reserving judgment on the Pacific trade pact she once described as "the gold standard."
The transport of crude oil by train has come under fire after a series of explosive accidents. “The boom in crude oil production, and transportation of that crude, poses a serious threat to public safety,” the U.S. secretary of Transportation said.
Sony emails posted by WikiLeaks show the MPAA and the entertainment industry -- led by a Democrat -- organizing to support Republicans.
Whether you’re running or attending Monday’s race, you will be recorded as part of heightened security measures.
With no new measles cases reported in California in 42 days, state health officials are turning their attention to preventing the next outbreak of the disease.
The Algeria-based group, led by a former al Qaeda commander, claimed responsibility for a suicide bombing outside a UN peacekeeping mission camp Friday.
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