Gunmen launch attack on Kabul's Intercontinental Hotel, officials say
Lumiere London transforms city into a gallery of light
The American story of the leather motorcycle jacket
Lawmakers reconvene amid government shutdown -- live updatesThe House and Senate are back to business Saturday
Meet the NFL quarterback with his own book club
Government shutdown may be first since 2013, but isn't unheard of
2 Americans, 2 Canadians freed after kidnapping
Trump administration plans to gut drug office, eliminate budgetary authority
Two families united in fight for childhood cancer research funding
Vice President Pence in Egypt amid government shutdown
Trump tweets on shutdown, says Democrats wanted to give him "nice present"The government shutdown comes on the anniversary of President Trump's inauguration
First Aid Kit performs "It's A Shame"As teenagers, sisters Klara and Johanna Söderberg started busking on the streets of Stockholm. Then their self-shot video of a Fleet Foxes song went viral on YouTube. Four albums and countless tours later, First Aid Kit's star just keeps rising
The Dish: Boston restaurateur Seth Woods
Paul Bocuse, master of French cuisine, dead at 91
Manson follower Leslie Van Houten denied parole
Women's March rallies underway amid shutdownPeople are hitting the streets on the anniversary of Trump's inauguration, marching against his policies and in support of the #MeToo movement
North Korea to have 22 athletes in 5 Olympic sports, IOC says
Government shutdown: Who is affected and what's next?
Government shutdown: How the Trump-Schumer negotiations played out
Serial stowaway flies to London, sent back and arrested
Autopsy: Roy Halladay had drugs in system when he died in plane crash
Atlas 5 launches missile-detecting satellite
Tom Petty died of accidental drug overdose, family announces
LA Times chief on leave after claims of "frat-boy" conduct
"Watching my family burn": Woman frantic after copter crash
Suspect charged with federal crime in Rand Paul assault
Terrorism no longer the military's top priority, Mattis says"Our competitive edge has eroded in every domain of warfare," U.S. Defense Secretary Jim Mattis said
Prosecutors to seek death penalty in Chinese scholar's kidnap
What the government shutdown will mean for federal workersMembers of the military would have to go to work, but that doesn't mean they would get a paycheck
13-year-old charged with murder in boy's crossbow killing

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