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Four people detained in raids across Belgium
Belgian security forces conducted 13 raids in three cities Sunday
Amid Hawaii delays, the Internet turned to a Google doc for caucus results
When voters got restless waiting for Hawaii Democratic caucus results, they compiled it themselves.
In surprise gift, student pays off grandparents' mortgage
Stefun Darts is a full-time college student who also has a full-time job and runs two non-profit organizations.
Kansas' Elite Eight loss illuminates underachievement in the NCAA tournament
Kansas has won 12 consecutive Big 12 regular-season titles, but what about NCAAs?
Bernie Sanders claims momentum over Hillary Clinton after 3 easy caucus wins
Sanders defeats Clinton easily in Alaska, Hawaii and Washington
She wanted to be a cop, until a cop did this
City settles lawsuit after detective assaulted teen intern in 2011.
'Batman v Superman' takes huge $170 million at the box office
But will the big weekend lead be enough for the DC Comics launch pad?
Pope denounces terrorism in Easter Mass amid tight Vatican security
Pope Francis on Easter Sunday lashed out at “blind and brutal” terrorism.
Read this before you take Social Security benefits
It's important to think about this key decision in advance.
Syria: Islamic State driven from ancient Palmyra
The historic town fell to the Islamic State group last May.
The Day In Pictures Gallery
Gracie Pepper, 4 looks for the perfect marshmallow during the 32nd annual Wayne County Marshmallow Drop at Elizabeth Park in Trenton , Mich.
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