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Canadian police say they're looking for possible links between the discovery of severed body parts in two cities, including what appears to be a human foot mailed to the headquarters of the ruling Conservative Party.
Syria-Unrest (Will update)
Close to a dozen countries, including the United States, announced Tuesday they were expelling Syrian diplomats in a coordinated move reflecting the international outrage about a massacre in the town of Houla.
POL-Romney-Delegates-Texas (will update)
Mitt Romney is expected to hit his party's "magic number" on Tuesday, unofficially clinching the Republican presidential nomination in a race he entered as the frontrunner and has had to himself for weeks.
POL-Texas-Senate-Primary (will update)
A boiling primary battle in Texas may come to an end Tuesday as voters cast their ballots for the Republican pick in the state's open U.S. Senate seat.
The U.S. Department of Education granted eight additional states waivers Tuesday from strict requirements of the No Child Left Behind Law.
Two men were to be arraigned Tuesday afternoon in connection with an attack on a Michigan woman who gave birth after being abducted, set afire and shot, police said.
Texas-Crane-Climber (Will update)
Officials said Tuesday that "spotty" communications over 15 hours preceded a 44-year-old man's fatal fall from a 150-foot crane at Southern Methodist University, but offered no explanation for what may have motivated him.
The midair collision of two small planes about 50 miles from Washington is under investigation by Canadian officials because one plane was owned by an FAA employee and the other by an NTSB employee, federal officials said Tuesday.
The daughter of Cuban President Raul Castro, widely seen as a champion of gay rights in Cuba, is expected to bring her outspoken advocacy before a New York audience on Tuesday.
Products like Ruffles, Doritos and Cheetos may be among the latest victims of cartel violence in Mexico. Armed attackers over the weekend set ablaze warehouses and delivery trucks for Sabritas, a subsidiary of PepsiCo that makes and distributes many of the company's snack products. On Monday, authorities arrested four suspects in the attacks who they said were affiliated with the Knights Templar cartel.
A group of 60 Roman Catholic bishops are calling on government officials to do more to crack down on what they say is a growing problem of human trafficking in the region.