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A wedding planner is not your personal assistant or your family therapist -- even if some brides believe that's part of the job description.
The deaths of six U.S. soldiers in Afghanistan are being tied, directly or indirectly, to the search for Army Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl after he went missing and was captured by the Taliban in 2009, former unit members allege.
The Caipirinha man can 'cause he mixes it with lime (plus sugar, ice, and cachaça) and makes the world taste good!
See Belmont like never before. CNN put GoPro cameras on a jockey taking the ride California Chrome will take Saturday.
Dressed modestly, with a red headscarf loosely draped over her head and shoulders, she steps onto the stage and nervously paces back and forth. Waiting for the music to begin and break the silence, she almost misses her first note before quietly singing into the microphone.
Senate reaches bipartisan deal to fix the VA
Los Angeles Times
Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.), a member of the Senate Armed Services Committee, said of delays to providing healthcare to veterans: "We are talking about a system that must be fixed. It's urgent that it be fixed." Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.), a member of the ...
VA health care nominee withdraws amid concern over confirmation fightFox News
Sanders, McCain reach deal on VA health careUSA TODAY
Senate Negotiators Reach Deal on Veterans Health BillBusinessweek
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Officials Spar over Report about Bergdahl Death Threat
Officials are warring over a report about why the White House didn't notify Congress of the release of Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl. The Associated Press reported Thursday that the Obama administration did not notify senators of the prisoner swap because the Taliban ...
Taliban threatened to kill Bergdahl if details of prisoner swap leakedLos Angeles Times
Obama: No apologies for Taliban prisoner swap; Bergdahl walked away beforeInland Empire News
Officials: Threat to Bergdahl's Life Led to ActionTIME
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Sydney Morning Herald
At D-Day Commemoration, Few Mourn The War's Losers
Visitors walk among gravestones at the German Cemetery where approximately 21,000 German World War II soldiers are buried on June 5, 2014 at La Cambe, France. Sean Gallup—Getty Images ...
AP WAS THERE, 1944: Allies Win Footholds in FranceABC News
The day before D-Day, Dwight Eisenhower wrote this famous messageChristian Science Monitor
All the young people: Your memories of D-DayBBC News
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Deleted tweets, backpedaling support and a canceled homecoming rally: Bowe Bergdahl's release has touched a nerve that's not just political.
Senate Roll Call: Health Secretary
The 78-17 roll call Thursday by which the Senate confirmed Sylvia Mathews Burwell to be Secretary of Health and Human Services. epa04240341 A Nepalese pupil hugs a tree while celebrating World Environment Day at the forest of ...
US Senate approves Burwell as health secretaryReuters
New health secretary confirmed with bipartisan supportPress Herald
Senate confirms Burwell as health secretaryCNN (blog)
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Laurie Bolton believes the remains of her Uncle Louis rest at the bottom of the English Channel, with those of other American servicemen who perished in a little-known D-Day training mission that went horribly wrong.
Actress Emily Blunt vividly describes how she crashed a car into a tree while filming an action scene with Tom Cruise.
A dashcam captured video of a driver crossing into oncoming traffic and crashing into an ambulance. WSOC reports.
CNN talks exclusively with the brother of the woman sentenced to die for the crime of practicing her faith in Sudan.
A young boy gets the best birthday gift when his father comes home from deployment to surprise him at his party.
A 12-year-old Wisconsin girl who police say was stabbed in an attack by two other 12-year-olds "is a fighter and is improving each and every day," her family said Thursday in a news release.
When Anthony DiSimone and Darleen Cerzosie went outside of their home in Staten Island, New York, for a cigarette early Thursday, they didn't get the type of smoke they were expecting.