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POL-Campaign-Wrap (will update)
GOP presidential frontrunner Mitt Romney on Thursday aggressively defended his tenure as head of Bain Capital, asserting again that his private-equity career resulted in the net creation of over 100,000 jobs while also calling any job losses an unfortunate fact of life in the private sector.
A Deputy U.S. Marshal was indicted in Chicago Thursday for civil rights violations in connection with two separate incidents in which he allegedly assaulted a handcuffed civilian.
Add a new one to the irate reactions triggered by incessant ringing of a cell phone -- bringing one of the world's great symphony orchestras to a dead stop in mid-performance.
Samantha Garvey doesn't have a home, but she could soon land a scholarship college as a semifinalist in a prestigious national science competition.
A Montana family clung Friday to slim hopes of finding a 43-year-old schoolteacher, last seen five days earlier out on a run through her rural community.
A friend of an Arkansas couple has been charged with kidnapping them and forcing them to rob a bank with a supposed explosive device strapped to her leg, police said Thursday.
Distribution of food, seed and medical relief intended for drought victims in Somalia has been suspended, the International Committee of the Red Cross announced Thursday.
Peruvian judges will sentence Joran van der Sloot on Friday, two days after he pleaded guilty on all charges related to the killing of a 21-year-old woman.
Myanmar-McConnell (will update)
U.S. Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell will meet next week with Myanmar opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi, government officials and U.S. embassy personnel in the Southeast Asia country, he said Thursday.
Two of the four Marines shown in a video urinating on dead bodies sprawled out on the ground have been identified by the Marine Corps, a Marine Corps official told CNN Thursday.
Mississippi's attorney general said Thursday that the state may have to issue a nationwide manhunt after four pardoned murderers left jail and "hit the road running."
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