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Deadly mass shootings have been on the rise since 2007, even though gun violence on the whole has declined. Are we ushering in a new decade of the "mass shooting"?
At least 13 individuals are reported dead after gunshots were fired on Monday morning inside the Washington, D.C. Navy Yard.
Here's an inside look at the relatively under-the-radar executive team behind Twitter as it plans to go public.
Joe Biden told supporters of the Violence Against Women Act that "neanderthals" slowed its renewal.
A fire that started at a frozen custard store in Seaside Park, NJ on Thursday spread across the newly rebuilt Jersey boardwalk, wreaking havoc on homes and businesses.
A fire that started at a dessert store in Seaside Park, NJ on Thursday has spread to other businesses.
Much has been made of the dynamic between Vladamir Putin and Barack Obama as the two powers approach the Syria crisis. But Putin's op-ed says a lot more between the lines than within them.
The humanitarian crisis in Syria can be nearly impossible to stomach. This public execution is cruel reminder of just how dire the situation has become.
Immigration interest group "We Belong Together" is protesting outside the U.S. Capitol for the House of Representatives to pass immigration reform that treats women fairly.
While the U.S. pauses the national debate over military intervention to pursue a "diplomatic solution" on Syria, Americans need to know that the U.S. is still actively arming the rebels.
A new amazing time-lapse video captures the construction of the new 1 World Trade Center in Lower Manhattan.
Activists in Chile are marking their own 9/11 anniversary, with protests turning violent on the anniversary of Augusto Pinochet's 1973 coup and brutal reign.
A new UN report shows exactly which countries are happiest. America makes a respectable showing at #17, while Denmark sits comfortably at #1.
Follow this blog for live footage of Apple's release event expected to unveil the iPhone 5s and iOS7 on Tuesday at 1pm ET, as well as all the latest updates on Apple's newest technology.
George Zimmerman's wife called police Monday afternoon, claiming Zimmerman threatened her and her dad with a gun.
Some are pointing to Old Testament passages that predict the destruction of Damascus and a civil war in Egypt as the crises in the Middle East unfolds.
By every account, sexual assault has been on the rise in the U.S., and yet little has been done as of yet to address the problem. A recent Navy rape trial further exposes this problem.
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Several top Iranian politicians tweeted greetings for the Jewish New Year, sending some speculation about their legitimacy while others praise the "Twiplomatic" moves.
A new policy set by a school district in Willingboro New Jersey to motivate parents to file appropriate federal paperwork for school lunch subsidies could have food thrown away in front of kids.
War is inevitably expensive. But can a "limited strike" present a cheaper option?
Samsung will be releasing its newest smartphone, the Galaxy Note 3, and you can get all the latest updates here.
Drones won't be deployed to Syria for one reason: they just don't work very well.