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Israel decries U.S. snooping; presses for spy's release

Israeli officials are protesting revelations of National Security Agency snooping on their leaders, while also taking the opportunity to press for the United States to release an Israeli spy.

South Sudan: What's going on

Two weeks ago, South Sudan was best known as the youngest African country, created with much international fanfare in 2011. Today, it is possibly the next Rwanda.

5 takeaways from Edward Snowden's Washington Post interview

Edward Snowden, the National Security Agency leaker, has given a wide-ranging interview to The Washington Post about the effects of the startling information he shared this year with journalists, shedding light on the U.S.

Massachusetts top court strikes down life without parole for juveniles

The highest court in Massachusetts Tuesday struck down down life sentences without parole for juveniles as unconstitutional, ruling that applying such sentences against minors was "strikingly similar, in many respects, to the death penalty

From 2013 to 1963: Looking back at a pivotal year

This year marked the 50th anniversary of one of the most pivotal years in American history, from the assassination of President John F. Kennedy to the historic "I Have a Dream" speech by the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr.

A&E: 'Duck Dynasty' to resume filming with entire cast

According to A&E, the number one hit show "Duck Dynasty" will resume filming in January with the entire cast.

VIDEO: Pizza delivery woman's boyfriend arrested for her murder

A suspect is in custody in what police say was the abduction and death of a pizza delivery woman in Ohio. Police say the investigation began when the woman did not return to work after a delivery Thursday afternoon.

Target confirms PIN data stolen in breach

Target confirmed Friday that debit card PIN data was stolen in its recent massive breach, reversing its earlier stance that the codes were not part of the hack.

Rediscovering love: My 6-year-old and her quadriplegic dad

Let me tell you about the amazing kid who lives in our house. She's 6 and she is the most hysterical, sarcastic, intelligent, funny, sweet, naïve, confident, strong, independent, considerate person I have ever met.

Federal judge rules that the NSA bulk collection of data legal

The National Security Agency notched a much-needed win in court, after a series of setbacks over the legality and even the usefulness of its massive data collection program.