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(Washington, DC) -- Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel is headed out the door. President Obama confirmed Hagel's resignation in a statement at the White House today. Obama praised Hagel's service as a decorated Vietnam War veteran. He also praised Hagel's tenure as defense chief and...
(Ferguson, MO) -- Tensions remain high in Ferguson, Missouri as a grand jury continues weighing evidence today as it decides whether to indict a police officer in the shooting death of Michael Brown. While a precautionary state of emergency remains in place, Missouri Highway...
(Buffalo, NY) -- Crews are making major progress removing snow in the Buffalo, New York area. However, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo says emergency officials are now turning their attention to the next potential threat. At a press conference in Erie County on Sunday, Cuomo...
(Washington, DC) -- Texas Senator Ted Cruz is planning to fight President Obama's executive action over immigration. On "Fox News Sunday," the Republican urged members of Congress to block most of the President's executive and judicial nominations for two years or until he...
(Undated) -- Turn out may be lighter this year for Black Friday. A new survey by online coupon codes website RetailMeNot shows more than half of Americans don't plan to go shopping the day after Thanksgiving. In fact, 55-percent of those surveyed plan to stay on the sidelines on...
(Vancouver) -- Heroin addicts in Vancouver, British Columbia are now being given a prescription form of the drug. Doctors there fought the federal health minister on Canada's ban on prescription heroin outside clinical trials after it was proven to be an effective tool in...
(Vienna) -- Today's deadline for a deal in the Iran nuclear talks is being extended. Secretary of State John Kerry confirmed a four-month extension during a statement in Vienna. The ongoing negotiations are aimed at curbing Iran's nuclear ambitions. Iran wants an end to...
(Concord, NH) -- A Republican 2016 presidential poll from the first primary state is showing Mitt Romney as the leader of the pack. Even though he says he's not running again, the former GOP presidential candidate leads other possible Republican challengers by 19-points in the...
(Concord, NH) -- A Republican 2016 presidential poll from the first primary state is showing Mitt Romney as the leader of the pack. Even though he says he's not running again, the former GOP presidential candidate leads other possible Republican challengers by 19-points in the...