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Nation Jul 19Family of Chattanooga gunman says son suffered from depression
The family of Mohammad Youssef Abdulazeez, who is accused of opening fire at two military facilities on Thursday and shooting five people in Chattanooga, Tennessee, has released a statement expressing condolences for the victims and their families.
Health Jul 18U.K. study: Most obese people unlikely to lose weight and keep it off
A study published this week in the American Journal of Public Health shows that obese people are statistically unlikely to lose weight and keep it off.
Nation Jun 21Hundreds march in solidarity in Charleston after church shooting
Hundreds gathered in Charleston, South Carolina, on Saturday for a "March for Black Lives" held in memory of those killed in last week's shooting at Emanuel A.M.E Church.
World Jun 21Father’s day off? Here’s how paternity leave varies for dads across the globe
Germany allows new parents to take up to 14 months of parental leave on 65 percent of their salary. The U.S. offers no guaranteed paid leave for mothers or fathers. See how countries across the globe compare.
Politics Jun 14Senate bill renews debate over expanded access to contraception
Democratic Sen. Patty Murray's introduction of the Affordability is Access Act this week has renewed debate nationwide about birth control access and affordability.
World Jun 13Report: U.S. prepared to store heavy weapons in East Europe
The Pentagon is preparing to store battle tanks, infantry fighting vehicles and other heavy weapons for up to 5,000 American troops in several Eastern European and Baltic countries in an effort to prevent possible Russian aggression in Europe, according to…
World Nov 30Clashes intesify between police and protesters in Hong Kong
Protests turned violent early Monday morning in Hong Kong as pro-democracy activists clashed with police near government headquarters over protesters' demands for free elections for Hong Kong's next leader.
Nation Nov 29Activists begin seven-day march from Ferguson to state capital
Activists gathered in Ferguson, Mo., on Saturday to take part in a seven-day march to the state's capital to protest the grand jury decision not to indict police officer Darren Wilson in the shooting death of 18-year-old Michael Brown.
World Nov 16U.S., Japan pledge billions in fight against climate change
President Barack Obama confirmed Saturday at the G20 summit in Brisbane, Australia, that the U.S. would pledge up to $3 billion to help poor countries on climate issues, according to news reports.
Economy Nov 15Wal-Mart workers planning protests at thousands of stores on Black Friday
A group of Wal-Mart employees seeking higher wages said it is planning protests at 1,600 Wal-Mart stores nationwide on Black Friday, the biggest shopping day of the year in the U.S.