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After years of political unrest, Ivory Coast has benefited from reform and is now Africa's fastest growing economy.
Japanese automaker Toyota says it's recalling another 5.8 million vehicles around the world because of faulty Takata airbags.
A 38-year-old Oklahoma man who has evaded police for two days after killing two people and shooting four others -- including two police officers -- has a hit list and may intend to kill up to eight more people, authorities said Tuesday.
Busch Gardens Tampa Bay in Florida has decided to close a river rapids ride after four people were killed on a similar water ride at an amusement park in Australia.
At the premiere of their latest movie "Inferno," Tom Hanks and director Ron Howard chatted about the remake of their 1984 mermaid romantic comedy "Splash" - which will star Channing Tatum as a merman. (Oct. 26)        
Reports that some precincts voted 100 percent Democratic 2012 fuel conspiracy theories. But let’s take a closer look at those precincts.
Police say tens of thousands of dollars in clothing was stolen in a smash-and-grab at a high-end department store in Philadelphia
Former Wall Street banker Andy Stein set up the Orphaned Starfish Foundation, teaching IT skills to kids in orphanages.
Paul Beatty has won the Man Booker Prize for fiction with "The Sellout," a stinging satire of race and class in the United States. (Oct. 26)        
When race day comes around, Mike Wheeler's biggest concern is the safety of his driver -- NASCAR Sprint Cup star Denny Hamlin.
College students across the country are casting their first ballots. Rachel Crane visits three campuses in battleground states where some students may seal the fate for the presidential election.
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In 1998, California became the first state to ban bilingual education. For nearly 20 years English-only instruction has been the norm. Proposition 58 could change that.
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Top House Republicans are moving to quiet dissent over Speaker's Paul Ryan's rocky relationship with Donald Trump as some on the far right of the GOP conference are threatening to stir up trouble in leadership elections next month.
It's one of the most spectacular races in the yachting calendar, fought out against a stunning backdrop of dramatic landscapes.
A six-month stay on the International Space Station can be a pain in the back for astronauts. More exercise, like yoga, may help mitigate pain and muscle loss.
President Barack Obama leaves the White House in 12 weeks, but the law that bears his name will polarize politics long after he's gone.
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In Hong Kong, an old textile factory will turn into an artistic community space and heritage site called The Mills.
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ISIS is sending "suicide squads" from Syria to its Iraqi stronghold of Mosul as tens of thousands of troops close in on the key city.
Police in the Brazilian city of Guarulhos say they have discovered a man who may have been kept captive by his family for at least 15 years.
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From the disappearance of a "Baroness" in the Galapagos Islands to the poisoning of a scientist in Antarctica, these mysteries baffle historians.
Money is shrouded in mystery in porn. While it's widely presumed to be a multi-billion dollar industry, there's no real accounting to back that up.
The Capitol Hill treehouse furor is another example of growing intolerance for kid-fueled enterprises.
The insatiable demand for ivory is causing a dramatic decline in the number of African elephants. Poachers are hunting the animal faster than it can reproduce, a new study finds.
A snake blamed for animal disappearances in rural Missouri was shot by a resident and identified as a Burmese python measuring more than 14 feet long.