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For most of American history, early spring meant a feast of shad. That tradition has faded, but young chefs are trying to slip the ritual back onto plates.
It's the hottest ticket in Washington, D.C. Even the flossiest lawyers in town can't get a seat. Senators, congressmen, cabinet and White House officials are all vying for a place.
Cold winds blow through pine trees and across nearby mountains. On the horizon are guard posts and cameras. There's little movement, except for wildlife.
Crowds of people dressed in white and waving yellow flags lined the highway outside the Leon airport in the central Mexican state of Guanajuato to welcome Pope Benedict XVI.
Rick Santorum has a not so little problem standing between him and a general-election face-off with President Obama — Mitt Romney.
Airlines started charging fees for checked bags a few years ago. Now passengers are testing the limits of what they can carry onto planes. Some flight attendants say it's getting out of hand.
Regular aspirin use might reduce the risk of cancer by as much as 38 percent, according to a big new review of research on the issue. But "might" is the key word here, other scientists say.
As the Supreme Court gets ready to hear a case involving the constitutionality of President Obama's health care overhaul, social scientists are asking a disturbing — and controversial — question: D
Children who are exposed to methamphetamine before birth can have behavior problems as young as age 3, a new study finds.
If you had defending national champions Connecticut making it out of the first round in your NCAA men's basketball championship bracket, we're sorry to say that the Huskies lost on Thursday to Iowa
President Obama's re-election campaign is releasing a video Thursday that looks back on the accomplishments of his first term.
With the recent surprise announcement that Maine's three-term Republican Sen. Olympia Snowe will not seek re-election this year, the race for her coveted seat has blown wide open.
After U.S. troops inadvertently burned Qurans in Afghanistan last month, Afghans staged nationwide riots that left 40 dead and hundreds injured in unrest that lasted days.
Anti-Americanism is on the rise in Egypt these days.