Mourners streamed into South Africa's 95,000-seat World Cup soccer stadium early Tuesday to honor the man considered by many a symbol of reconciliation.
Fifty million Americans all along the Northeast corridor are waking up Tuesday to winter weather advisories and storm warnings.
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Sectarian violence continues to escalate in the Central African Republic. At least 500 people have been killed in a wave of attacks since last Thursday, the Red Cross said.
Kentucky residents, hurt by the nation's third highest divorce rate, are attacking divorce head-on with the help of an organization called Marriage Savers.
Lawmakers have reached an agreement on the 2014 National Defense Bill, but it doesn't include a key proposal to help crack down on sexual assault in the military.
A Canadian study shows healthy overweight people still face a higher risk of death, strokes, or heart attacks than folks who carry normal weight.
Cyber Monday hit a new sales record this year, rising 18 percent from last year's big ecommerce day to $1.74 billion.
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Franklin Graham, son of Evangelist Billy Graham, said his father's health has declined "quite a bit" in the past few days.
Satanists are fighting to put up a monument on the Oklahoma Statehouse steps.
The 17-year-old son of a Greek Orthodox priest who encourages Christian Arab youth to integrate into Israeli society and join the Israel Defense Forces was brutally beaten in Nazareth over the weekend.