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Many Republicans would like to deny the president a victory in immigration reform, which is being considered by the Senate today.
Twenty-three fighters from the militant Hezbollah group were killed in a fight for a strategic town near Lebanon on the day Kerry is flying to the Middle East.
An Oklahoma trailer park was destroyed and one man killed as the dangerous storms moved east.
The AP reports that more than 85,000 veterans were treated last year for injuries or illnesses stemming from sex assault or harassment at work.
The $590.5 million winning ticket, which was bought in Zephyrhills, Fla., but hasn't been claimed, could pay for the small Florida city's budget 12 times over.
A Long Island police officer fired when a masked man holding the college student in a headlock pointed the gun at him, killing the gunman and the 21-year-old hostage.
The two balloons crashed in Turkey during a sightseeing tour of volcanic rock formations, killing a Brazilian tourist and injuring over 20.
Officials attribute the spike in cases to the parents who declined vaccines more than a decade ago because of research that suggested a link to autism.
Justin Bieber and Madonna were also big winners, but the country star won for top artist and top Billboard 200 album for "Red."
The Russian government has gotten state-controlled companies and tycoons to cover more than half of the $51 billion price tag for the 2014 Winter Games.