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Clinton Foundation: 'We made mistakes' on donor disclosureClinton Foundation: 'We made mistakes' on donor disclosureFaced with questions about foreign donors, Clinton charity promises more transparency
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Israel launches airstrike on Syrian border after seeing bombIsrael launches airstrike on Syrian border after seeing bombMilitary said troops saw "terrorists" approach the border with an explosive.
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A magnitude-6.7 aftershock shook Nepal's Kathmandu region a day after thousands of people were killed in the area's worst earthquake in decades.
Bruce Jenner's interview with ABC's Diane Sawyer brought a language issue for the transgender community to the national stage.
President Obama welcomed White House Correspondents' Dinner attendees with a satirical montage and jokes poking fun at the final chapter of his term.
This dog might know the best trick ever. Watch what Baron the German shepherd can do and see more of Baron on his Facebook page. (Baron The German Shepherd)
As powdered caffeine grows in popularity, so too does the concern over fatal overdoses. Hospitals all across the country are seeing a rise in people seeking emergency medical attention.
A Washington state man has invented a machine that extracts beneficial nutrients from old veggies and scraps and turns them into something incredibly useful.
Reality TV star and former Olympian Bruce Jenner spoke about his male-to-female transition for the first time with ABC's Diane Sawyer and said he is a woman.
Doctors in Arizona are experimenting with 3D printing technology to help save the lives of babies.
As if skydiving, mountain climbing and writing a book weren't challenging enough, blind veteran Scotty Smiley is now taking on the impossible Ironman challenge.
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