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    • May. 22

      WASHINGTON (May 22, 2015) — Former Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton received information on her private email server that has now been classified about the deadly attack on U.S. diplomatic facilities in Benghazi.

    • May. 22

      LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (May 22, 2015) — As first lady in the final year of the Clinton administration, Hillary Rodham Clinton endorsed a White House plan to give tax breaks to private foundations and wealthy charity donors at the same time the William J. Clinton Foundation was soliciting donations for her husband's presidential library, recently released Clinton-era documents show.

    • May. 22

      DUBLIN (May 22, 2015) — Ireland's voters were deciding Friday whether to legalize homosexual marriage in this once-staunchly Catholic land in what the government's equality minister called "a referendum like no other."

    • May. 22

      ANNAPOLIS, Md. (May 22, 2015) — Vice President Joe Biden tells graduates at the U.S. Naval Academy that 60 percent of the nation's naval forces will be stationed in the Asia-Pacific region in five years.

    • May. 22

      PHILADELPHIA (May 22, 2015) — The chairman of Temple University's physics department schemed to provide U.S. technology secrets to China in exchange for prestigious appointments for himself, federal authorities said in charging him with four counts of wire fraud.

    • May. 22

      WASHINGTON (May 22, 2015) — After a multistate manhunt, authorities tracked the suspect in the deaths of a wealthy D.C. family and their housekeeper to a motel parking lot, trailing him and four others through a meandering route before arresting the emotionless ex-convict, officials said.

    • May. 22

      NEW YORK (May 22, 2015) -- The United States on Friday rejected a global document toward ridding the world of nuclear weapons, saying Egypt and other states “cynically manipulated” the process by trying to set a deadline for Israel and its neighbors to meet within months on a Middle East zone free of such weapons.

    • May. 22

      ECUANDUREO, Mexico (May 22, 2015) — About 40 people were killed Friday in what authorities described as a fierce gun battle between suspected drug traffickers and federal forces on a ranch in western Mexico, the deadliest such confrontation in recent memory.

    • May. 22

      LOS ANGELES (May 22, 2015) -- The California Highway Patrol faulted a semi-truck driver Friday for a fiery head-on collision with a bus that killed 10, but officials said they still don't know why the driver veered the truck into the bus, killing five high school students on their way to visit a college and a couple on the cusp of getting married.

    • May. 22

      MIAMI (May 22, 2015) -- A Pentagon spokesman says a man released from the U.S. base at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, in December and resettled in Kazakhstan has died in that Central Asian country.

    • May. 22

      DENTON, Texas (May 22, 2015) — A North Texas city whose fracking ban prompted state lawmakers to limit such local power says a driller has revealed plans to resume fracking gas wells in the city.

    • May. 22

      NEW YORK (May 22, 2015) - The Family Research Council has accepted the resignation of Josh Duggar in the wake of the reality TV star's apology for unspecified bad behavior as a young teen.

    • May. 22

      WASHINGTON (May 22, 2015)- Republican presidential candidate Ted Cruz is urging pastors to help mobilize the evangelical vote.

    • May. 22

      WASHINGTON (May 22, 2015)- The fate of the bulk collection of American phone records by the National Security Agency is now before the Senate, in what is increasingly looking like a game of legislative chicken.

    • May. 22

      LOS ANGELES (May 22, 2015)- More than a year after a fiery wreck between a FedEx semi-truck and a charter bus killed 10, including five high school students, authorities are expected to address the biggest remaining question on Friday: What caused the crash?

    • May. 22

      FRESNO, Calif. (May 22, 2015)- Farmers along the river delta at the heart of California agriculture expected to get an answer Friday on their surprise offer to give up a quarter of their water this year in exchange for being spared deeper mandatory cutbacks as California responds to the worsening drought.