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In a gamble with monumental political stakes, Republicans set course for a climactic House vote on their health care overhaul after U.S. President Donald Trump claimed he was finished negotiating with Republican holdouts and determined to pursue the rest of his agenda, win or lose.
Egypt's former president Hosni Mubarak returned home on Friday, free following his release from custody after legal proceedings that took years since his 2011 ouster.
Khalid Masood, the 52-year-old man who attacked Britain's Parliament on Wednesday, killing four people and wounding some 50, was named Adrian Russell Ajao at birth, London's top counterterror officer said Friday.
International sanctions on North Korea are taking a serious toll on humanitarian aid activities, according to a United Nations-led report.
More than 10 years after Pluto was demoted from planet to dwarf planet, the debate continues, with leading scientists on both sides becoming more vociferous and maybe a little testy.
Keith Palmer and Tobias Ellwood, both fathers and at one time soldiers, are both being praised for their heroism in Wednesday's attack in London.
A white Chicago police officer accused of murder in the shooting death of a black teenager was charged on Thursday with 16 new counts of aggravated battery, in a case that sparked national debate over police use of force against minorities.
John (Sib) Hashian, former drummer for the arena rock band Boston, died on board a cruise ship Wednesday. He was 67.
Canadians Dillon Brooks and Dylan Ennis each scored in double figures to help the Oregon Ducks defeat the Michigan Wolverines 69-68 on Thursday to advance to the Elite 8 of the NCAA men's basketball tournament.
French presidential candidate Francois Fillon accused President Francois Hollande on Thursday of being involved in what he alleges is a government plot to spread damaging media leaks about his financial affairs.