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'A long night' at Quantico Marine base: 3 dead in shooting

A Marine shot and killed two of his fellow service members at a Virginia base Thursday night and then apparently killed himself, base officials said.

Congress forcing Saturday mail delivery to continue

The U.S. Postal Service must deliver the mail six days a week, said Congress' watchdog arm in a Thursday legal opinion.

Shooting at Quantico Marine base leaves 3 dead, including gunman

A shooting that prompted a lockdown for hours at a Marine base in Virginia ended with three dead early Friday, including the gunman, authorities said.

Aubrey Cleland Chosen as Winner of the AT&T "American Idol Live!" Tour Fan Save

In a brand-new AMERICAN IDOL® element introduced earlier this month, IDOL™ and AT&T teamed up to send an 11th Idol™ on the “American Idol® Live!” Tour this summer.

North Korea warns that U.S. bases in Guam, Japan are within range

The North Korean military issued a fresh burst of ominous rhetoric Thursday, warning that U.S. bases in Guam and Japan are within its "striking range."

Group paints rainbow colored home across from Westboro Church

A non-profit group called Planting Peace sponsored the project.

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U.S. military considers its options in Syria

The Pentagon has consistently updated its options for using the U.S. military in Syria, as conditions on the ground have changed.

Carnival: We'll increase ships' ability to operate on backup power

Carnival Cruise Lines said Wednesday it will increase the number of systems and services that its ships can run on backup power -- part of a fleetwide review the company is conducting after a string of mechanical problems.

School shooter wears 'KILLER' shirt during life sentencing

Ohio school shooter T.J. Lane will spend the rest of his life in prison in the deaths of three students last year, a judge ruled Tuesday.