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NASA names building for moonwalker Neil Armstrong

| |Monday, Jul. 21, 2014

NASA honored one of its most famous astronauts Monday by renaming a historic building at the Kennedy Space Center in Florida.

U.S. officials to leaders in Central America: ‘Do you want your children back?’

| |Sunday, Jul. 20, 2014

U.S. Rep. Kay Granger, R-Fort Worth, questions whether migrant children should be piled into makeshift shelters in North Texas and elsewhere.

RJ Reynolds vows to fight $23.6B in damages

| |Saturday, Jul. 19, 2014

The nation's No. 2 cigarette maker is vowing to fight a jury verdict of $23.6 billion in punitive damages in a lawsuit filed by the widow of a longtime smoker who died of lung cancer.

US building case tying separatists to plane crash

| |Friday, Jul. 18, 2014

The United States began building a case Friday linking pro-Russian separatists to the shocking downing of a passenger jet in Ukraine. A somber President Barack Obama declared the deaths of those on board, including at least one American, an "outrage of unspeakable proportions."

Destructive Washington fire empties another town

| |Friday, Jul. 18, 2014

A massive wildfire that has destroyed at least 100 homes has forced the residents of a second north-central Washington town to leave their homes, and prompted a partial evacuation of a third community, a sheriff said Friday night.

Lawmakers question request for war spending

| |Thursday, Jul. 17, 2014

Members of both parties say the president must explain his plans to spend billions more on wars.

George W. Bush has second knee surgery

| |Monday, Jul. 14, 2014

The former president has had three surgeries in less than a year.

In video deposition, slain sniper discusses fight story

| |Thursday, Jul. 10, 2014

Chris Kyle told lawyers for Jesse Ventura that he took Ventura’s name out of his book, American Sniper, because he was afraid of being sued.

Customs under fire for sweeping scans of employees’ personal data

| |Wednesday, Jul. 09, 2014

A troubled division of Customs and Border Protection whose leader was recently ousted by the Obama administration is now accused of improperly scrutinizing the personal information of the agency’s 60,000 employees for evidence of potential misconduct and corruption.

Ventura’s defamation suit against Kyle’s estate begins

| |Wednesday, Jul. 09, 2014

Tara Kyle of Midlothian, widow of Chris Kyle, the slain author of American Sniper, is the first witness in a defamation suit filed by Jesse Ventura in federal court in St. Paul, Minn.