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Could We Save Money By Abolishing Coins?
Additional Charges Filed Against Pittsburgh Synagogue Shooting Suspect
Stacey Abrams To Give Democrats' Response To State Of The Union
US Intelligence Community Testifies On Global Threats
US State Department Warns 'Do Not Travel' To Venezuela
Lawmakers Propose Bipartisan Federal Animal Cruelty Law
Insurance Claims From Deadly California Fires Reach $11.4 Billion
Former Trump Adviser Roger Stone Pleads Not Guilty At Arraignment
The USDA Wants To Make Sure Your Super Bowl Sunday Food Is Safe
Midwest, Great Lakes Facing Below Freezing Temperatures
4 Police Officers Shot In Southeast Houston
California's Largest Utility Company Files For Bankruptcy
US Announces Criminal Charges Against Tech Giant Huawei
Treasury Announces Sanctions Against Maduro, Venezuelan Oil Company
Opioid Company Executives Go To Trial For Alleged Marketing Scheme
Government Shutdown Is Over, But Employees Still Waiting For Paychecks
CBO Report Estimates Economy Took $11 Billion Hit During The Shutdown
The Government's Reopened, But Some National Parks Are Still Closed
Are Super Bowl Ads Really Worth The Price Tag?
Becoming An American: John Sandweg
US And Taliban Take Steps Toward Ending Afghanistan War
Roger Stone Says He Hasn't Ruled Out Cooperating With Special Counsel
Venezuelan Military Diplomat In US Denounces President Maduro
Who Killed The Black Dahlia? 'I Am The Night' Adds To The 1947 Mystery
AFGE Still Moving Forward With US Government Lawsuit Over Shutdown
No Sweethearts! Iconic Valentine's Day Candy Not Sold This Year
White House Credits Trump For Some 'Historic' Economic Changes
Exclusive: Air Marshals Fear Shutdown Jeopardizing National Security
Roger Stone Arrested On Charges Brought By Special Counsel
Illinois AG Looking Into Former Chicago Officer Van Dyke's Sentence
Wash And Learn: Laundromats And Libraries Are Fighting 'Book Deserts'
When The US Decided The Future Of Latin America
The US Is Set To Export More Energy Than It Imports In 2020
NTSB Unable To Investigate Dozens Of Crashes During Shutdown
PG&E Criticizes Judge's Wildfire Safety Plan As Unrealistic
Becoming An American: Lee Wang
NY Lawmakers Vote To Offer Financial Aid For Undocumented Students
Study: Government Owes Furloughed Workers $6 Billion In Back Pay
Public Service Bonds Us Beyond Identity and Politics
The Government Shutdown Could Affect Our Drinking Water — Here's How
White House Holds Roundtable On US Health Care Pricing System
At Least Five People Dead After Shooting At Florida Bank
Paul Manafort's Attorneys Say He Was Inconsistent But Didn't Lie
Oregon Measles Outbreak Prompts Public Health Emergency In Washington
Julian Assange Takes Legal Action Against US Justice Department
Michael Cohen Postpones House Testimony Due To 'Ongoing Threats'
Walgreens Shells Out $269M In Improper Billing Lawsuit Settlements
'The Why' Explores: Do Supreme Court Cases Show A Shift?
Senate To Vote On Competing Bills To Reopen Government
Becoming An American: Alena Sandimirova
The Los Angeles Teachers Strike Is Officially Over
Full Operations Resume At Newark Airport After Nearby Drone Sighting
FBI Agents Say Partial Government Shutdown Is Hurting Operations
How Did 'Baby Shark' Swim Its Way to Billboard's Top 100?
Singer Chris Brown Released From Jail Following Rape Allegation
How Much Do Transgender Troops Cost The Military?
How 'Minding The Gap' Embraces Skateboarding's Vulnerable Side
Becoming An American: David Ward
Lawyer Says American Detained In Russia Possessed 'State Secrets'
China Warns US Against Seeking Extradition Of Huawei Executive
Giuliani Walks Back On Comments Regarding Moscow Tower Talks
Dream Jobs: Game Designer
Delta Pays To Reopen Martin Luther King Jr. National Park For Holiday
Unscheduled TSA Absences Continue To Rise As Shutdown Wears On
Sen. Kamala Harris Announces 2020 Presidential Bid
Becoming An American: Youngmin Lo
CBP Agents Catch Group Of Hundreds Of Migrants In Arizona
Study Links Opioid Overdoses To Pharma Companies' Marketing
Despite Cloud Of Controversy, Washington Women's March Draws Hundreds
This College Student Led Her Own Women's March In Chicago
Trump Offers Democrats Concessions To End Partial Government Shutdown
This Year's Women's March Expected To Be Smaller Than Previous Years
FDA Chief Threatens To Pull E-Cigarettes Off The Market
Former Chicago Police Officer Sentenced In Laquan McDonald Shooting
White House Announces Second US-North Korea Summit
Obstructing Justice Is About Intent As Much As Action
3 Out Of 4 Americans Killed In Syria Bombing Have Been Identified
Explaining Hannity's Claim About Criminals Who Try To Cross The Border
'Diet Culture' Can Set Back People Recovering From Eating Disorders
Natural Disaster Preparations Halted Across US By Government Shutdown
Austin PD Orders New Probe After Audit Finds Misclassified Rapes
FDA To Furlough More Workers To Keep Drug Reviews Funded
Becoming An American: Alina Diaz
Top North Korean Envoy Arrives In Washington DC
3 Chicago Cops Found Not Guilty Of Covering Up 2014 Teen Shooting
Human Beings Evolved To Love Cuteness: How 'Kawaii' Conquered The West
Florida's New Gov. Wants To End A Ban On Smoking Medical Marijuana
Women In Chicago Can March On, Thanks To This College Student
More Than 770 Million Emails And Passwords Exposed In Data Breach
Is Student Loan Debt Making It Harder For Young People To Buy Homes?
Govt. Report Says Thousands More Children Were Separated At Border
Bill Would Offer Financial Relief For Federal Workers During Shutdown
Trump Unveils Long-Awaited Missile Defense Review
2 US Soldiers, 2 US Civilians Killed In Syria Explosion
A Look At The Realities Of Domestic Work Behind Netflix's 'Roma'
Watchdog: GSA 'Ignored' Constitution By Letting Trump Keep Hotel Lease
Michigan State University's Interim President Resigns
Are American Schools Focusing Too Much On Athletics?
YouTube Cracks Down On Dangerous Challenge Videos And Pranks
Coast Guard Members Miss Paychecks Amid Shutdown