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It's not clear how many parties will even show up to the U.N.-sponsored talks in Geneva, five years into Syria's civil war. A message from the U.N. envoy for Syria hasn't necessarily helped matters.
Jan. 29, 2016
Xerox doesn't just make printers and copiers, it offers business services. Now, months after activist investor Carl Icahn announced a stake in Xerox, the operations will become independent firms.
Jan. 29, 2016
Trump remained the focal point for many debate questions and responses, He also did well on social media, scoring more Google searches and Twitter/Facebook mentions than the debate participants.
Jan. 29, 2016
There are growing calls for leading universities as well as community colleges to do more to attract and serve those who served.
Jan. 29, 2016
The ABC News correspondent was almost killed in Iraq ten years ago. His recovery and return to network journalism beat all the odds.
Jan. 29, 2016
Angry. Anxious. Hopeful. These are some of the responses we received from social media and public radio stations around the country.
Jan. 29, 2016
ISIS has been driven out of Tikrit and most residents have returned. But armed Shiite groups are becoming entrenched in the Sunni city, an arrangement that's led to trouble elsewhere in Iraq.
Jan. 29, 2016
The FBI said the video shows 54-year-old Robert "LaVoy" Finicum reaching for a handgun as police approach him. Finicum was shot and killed by Oregon State Police troopers.
Jan. 29, 2016
Donald Trump skipped the debate and hosted a fundraiser for vets. It opened the door to a more moderate debate on immigration.
Jan. 28, 2016
It's the last debate before the Iowa caucuses and there's one candidate who won't get any speaking time: Donald Trump, who has said he won't be attending. Who will talk the longest without him there?
Jan. 28, 2016
There's a big elephant not in the room ahead of tonight's Fox News Iowa Republican debate: Donald Trump.
Jan. 28, 2016
The findings of two recent surveys call into question a longstanding principle of U.S. politics — that voters prefer candidates with strong faith beliefs.
Jan. 28, 2016
Bob Ebeling, an anonymous source for NPR's 1986 report on the disaster, tells NPR that despite warning NASA of troubles before the launch, he believes God "shouldn't have picked me for that job."
Jan. 28, 2016
When Texas passed laws designed to shut down Planned Parenthood clinics, it slashed the state's family planning budget. Of the 82 clinics that closed, only a third were Planned Parenthood.
Jan. 28, 2016
A drop in global oil prices saved U.S. drivers $100 billion last year. Good news, right? Not so, say some economists. The energy industry is now so big that cheap oil may actually hurt the economy.
Jan. 28, 2016
Security forces killed scores of people in Burundi in December. Now Amnesty International says images suggest that victims were buried in mass graves, possibly to cover up the extent of the killings.
Jan. 28, 2016
Of the 302,532 students who took the Advanced Placement Calculus exam, Cedrick Argueta, the son of a Salvadoran maintenance worker and a Filipina nurse, was one of 12 to earn every single point.
Jan. 28, 2016
This week's Marrakesh Declaration is the latest effort to dissociate Islam from ISIS and other jihadist groups. But will the declaration be heeded? Similar efforts have had limited effect.
Jan. 28, 2016
Millions are still uninsured, even as the Jan. 31 deadline to sign up for a plan under the Affordable Care Act approaches. No deadline extensions this year, federal health officials warn.
Jan. 28, 2016
Kahlo painted Dos Mujeres (Salvadora y Herminia) in 1928 and sold it in 1929. Conservators at the Museum of Fine Arts say the maids in the portrait may have cared for Kahlo after a violent car crash.
Jan. 28, 2016

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