The man who ran a CIA interrogation program at the heart of a scathing Senate Intelligence Committee report tells WTOP that the program generated valuable intelligence that led to the capture of key al-Qaida operatives.
With future of West water demand uncertain, Colorado moves to shield its mountain share
Neighbors detail baiting plot in death of German exchange student shot in Montana
Northeast deals with storm bringing rains, wind, flooding threat, snow accumulations inland
Attorney: Not guilty by reason of insanity deal in the works for mom who drove kids into ocean
Prince William, Kate visit Sept. 11 memorial and museum, attend black-tie gala as US trip ends
New York, New Jersey lawmakers ask governors to sign bills to reform troubled Port Authority
Immigrants in limbo over Obama immigrant rules; some who would qualify are being left out
Investigators try to determine if arson caused massive fire at Los Angeles apartment complex
Chicago museum lifts lid on coffin of 2,500-year-old Egyptian boy mummy for conservation work
'I can't breathe!' tops Yale librarian's list of notable quotes for 2014
Nearing the second anniversary of the shootings at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Connecticut, gun control advocates are renewing their drive in Congress for tougher gun laws. It was on Dec. 14, 2012 that a mentally disturbed gunman killed 20 children and 6 teachers and staffers at Sandy Hook.
Volunteers bring Christmas to remote Inupiat Eskimo village in Alaska, including rare apples
Federal autopsy in Ferguson police shooting reaches similar conclusions to others
Louisiana teenager playing game with coins on train tracks crushed, killed by passing car
Colorado woman who gave birth to baby tipping scales at 13 pounds, 13 ounces says 'I'm done!'
New US guidelines curb profiling by federal law enforcement; airport, border screening exempt
Walden Pond, where Henry David Thoreau lived simply and waxed poetic, is going solar
'There's your new spacecraft, America:' NASA's Orion splashes down after great 1st test flight
Forget the gym -- Harvard University researchers are testing a pill that can help reduce the need for exercise and control obesity.
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