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A group of 10 U.S. Senators introduced a bipartisan bill on Thursday to eliminate the corn ethanol mandate, arguing that current law raises the cost of food and animal feed and damages the environment.
The House overwhelmingly approved a comprehensive defense policy bill Thursday that aims to stem the epidemic of sexual assaults in the military, cover the cost of combat pay for the nation's war-fighters, and fund new aircraft and ships.
The driving bridge at the Alluvial Fan seems to hold back rocks and debris on Wednesday.
Louisiana's Department of Agriculture says federal authorities have declared 28 parishes in the state natural disaster areas because of drought.
Syrians at a sprawling refugee camp in northern Jordan scrambled to batten down their tents against torrential rains and high winds as a blustery winter storm battered parts of the Middle East for a second day Thursday.
A coconut tree falls and is washed away by rains from Hurricane Sandy, as a river swells to dangerous levels and threatens homes along the bank, in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, on October 26, 2012.
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The first family to finish rebuilding their home after the Black Forest Fire is moving back to the burn area this week.
This film publicity image released by Fox Searchlight shows Chiwetel Ejiofor in a scene from "12 Years A Slave."
Royal Gorge Bridge & Park officials plan to reopen the scenic tourist attraction in March after a wildfire gutted buildings and caused minor damage to the bridge in June.
A woman wearing a medical mask walks past vending machines that sell masks outside National Taiwan University Hospital in Taipei April 26, 2013.
An annual measure of the nation's health status finds evidence that Americans made "a notable shift" toward better health in 2013.
For the second time in three years, a federal jury is deliberating whether fear or malice drove a former New Orleans police officer to fatally shoot a man outside a strip mall less than a week after Hurricane Katrina's landfall.
With another dry winter looming, California lawmakers called on Gov. Jerry Brown and President Barack Obama to declare a drought emergency and federal disaster in the state.
Through the month of December, HBO Documentary Films will present "The Battle of amfAR," the story of the founding of the American Foundation for AIDS Research, the nation's first AIDS research foundation, by Elizabeth Taylor and research scientist Dr. Mathilde Krim.
Crews are dealing with an onslaught of Santa Ana Winds as they work to keep flames from a wildfire away from homes in Ventura County.