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After 214 days in a Mexican prison, Sgt. Andrew Tahmooressi crossed the US – Mexican border Friday night, boarding a private jet for Florida shortly after 9 p.m., after a strong diplomatic push convinced a judge to release the former Marine on humanitarian grounds.
Judge orders immediate release of jailed Marine
Lea Gabrielle reports from New York
Seattle megachurch Mars Hill has dissolved, about two weeks after its founder Mark Driscoll resigned amid questions about his leadership.
Jeff Monken's first year at Army probably hasn't gone the way he envisioned as the Black Knights try to right a season teetering on the brink.
The U.S. Justice Department and New Mexico's largest city have reached an agreement to overhaul Albuquerque's police department amid several accusations of excessive force, agreeing to reforms that include new training and protocols for investigating officer shootings.
While many locations in the central U.S. and East saw late summerlike weather this week, a blast of cold air has put an end to the warmth.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) is paying a researcher $17,500 to make students at New Mexico State University wear a fat vest for “weight sensitivity training.”
The U.S. Department of Justice and New Mexico's largest city are expected to make an announcement about reforms into the troubled Albuquerque police force.
U.S. official: Russia engaged in political 'saber-rattling'
Republican Brad Blakeman and Democrat Joe Trippi share their "Pick Six." Plus host Chris Stirewalt reveals his selection of which six blue states could flip to the GOP on Nov. 4.
Officials at the Grand Canyon are trying to determine whether an animal spotted roaming the far northern reaches of the park is a gray wolf.
A judge has refused to throw out most of the charges against three New Mexico teenagers accused of beating two homeless men to death with cinderblocks and other objects.
Bruce Pearl has hobnobbed with the students, courted fans and generally been selling Auburn's basketball program to anyone who would listen.
Fever? Headache? Muscle aches? Forget about Ebola — c hances are astronomically higher that you have the flu or some other common bug.
The number of veterans serving in Congress could fall to the lowest level since World War II.,The number of veterans serving in Congress could fall to the lowest level since World War II. Currently, 106 members of Congress have a military service record. However, that number could drop depending on the results of multiple close races in the mid-term elections scheduled for Nov. 4.
Lawyers for Jodi Arias will begin making their case Thursday that the convicted murderer should be spared the death penalty for the brutal 2008 killing of her former boyfriend.
While Ebola and terror threats have dominated headlines in recent weeks, lingering weak spots in the U.S. economy continue to keep pocketbook issues resonating with voters ahead of next week’s elections.