US consumer spending flat in August as auto purchases drop

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'Priceless' Van Gogh Paintings Found 14 Years After Theft

The works were recovered by anti-Mafia police in Italy and appeared to be in relatively good condition, officials said. They were taken from a museum in Amsterdam in 2002.

This Video Shows the Raw Emotion of Saving a Life

The rescuer clutches the dusty child to his chest as his shoulders heave and body trembles. He cries: "Oh god ... Oh lord."

Obama, Clinton Pay Tribute to 'Great' Shimon Peres

More than 90 delegations from 70 countries attended the funeral of Israel's ninth president on Friday.

Calif. Requires Single-Stall Public Bathrooms to Be Open to All

Single-stall public restrooms in California will be open to anyone regardless of gender under a bill signed by Governor Jerry Brown that is being hailed as an advance of transgender rights.

Pakistan 'Completely' Rejects India's Strikes Claim

India's announcement about "surgical strikes" in Pakistan has ratcheted up tensions between the nuclear-armed neighbors.