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The cease-fire reached by the United States and Russia and set to begin at midnight Saturday in Syria gives the two world powers the task of making sure that everyone else abides by the agreement. (Fe


A research team led by a University of Michigan-Flint professor estimates Flint, Michigan, has more than 8,000 lead service lines. Dr. Marty Kaufman announced the findings at a news conference at City


Public School kicked off New York Fashion Week: Men's with a collection that was in part inspired by David Bowie.


Designer John Varvatos discusses the political themes behind his latest menswear collection. The show took place at the former site of New York's legendary music club CBGB, which doubles as one of Var


Fresh off the Iowa caucus, Presidential candidate Hillary Clinton urges New Hampshire voters to bring the same energy and success into the state's primary election next week.


Less than a week before New Hampshire voters get to cast their ballots in the nation's first presidential primary, Republican and Democratic hopefuls alike converged on the Granite State trying to kee


Snoop Dogg goes from rapper to reporter this week as he covers the Super Bowl for 'The Rich Eisen Show,' starting with an interview with Denver Broncos quarterback, Peyton Manning. (Feb. 5)


Diplomats from a group of countries that have interests in Syria's five-year civil war met in Munich over a span of three days to deliver a truce deal that would seek a temporary "cessation of hostili


Six weeks after her arrival at Rikers Island, Candie Hailey was sent to solitary confinement, known to all at the jail, simply, as 'the bing.' It was the first time, but it would not be the last.


A 10-week-old orphaned southern sea otter pup has found a new home at Chicago's Shedd Aquarium. (Feb. 16)
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