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Settlement talks ordered in Florida-Georgia battle over water


East Tennessee wildfires: Obama issues disaster declaration


John Glenn, 1st American to orbit Earth, has died at 95


How the Associated Press reported on Pearl Harbor 75 years ago


11 hostages safe after bank robbery, standoff


Fast-acting Ohio State officer praised for killing attacker


Brazilian soccer team's plane crashes in Colombia; 76 dead


Cuban-American millennials anticipate role in evolving Cuba


Fidel Castro dies


Nearly $20 million spent on ads in Florida legislative races


Drug prices don't budge even after pressure from Congress


Police: Airport shooting likely case of workplace revenge


In complete reversal, Obama refuses to criticize Trump


Iran deal endangered if Trump seeks to renegotiate its terms


Trump denies journalists access to Washington visit


Marco Rubio wins re-election


Family of toddler killed by alligator not suing Disney


At least 70 dead in 'deliberate attack' in Nice, France


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Cities Around the World Flooded by 'Sister Marches'

About 600 "sister marches" were planned across the country and the world to coincide with the Women's March on Washington.

Brash, Humorous Signs Raised High at Women's March

Signs at the Women's March on Washington ran the spectrum from crass to puzzling to humorous.

'We Are America': Women's March Spotlights Fiery Rhetoric

Organizers expect more than 200,000 demonstrators to gather in Washington, D.C., Saturday to march in support of gender and other issues.

Le Pen, Nationalist Leaders Kick off Election Hopes

Marine Le Pen joined fellow nationalists at a conference in Germany to a show of populist confidence as Europe faces high-stakes national elections.

Senators Join Stage at Women's March for Message of Solidarity

Senators Kamala Harris, Tammy Duckworth, and Kirsten Gillibrand took the stage at the Women's March on Washington to call for community action on