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Miami port officials say more than 4 million cruise passengers used the facility in the most recent fiscal year, cementing its status as the world's busiest cruise port.
Thanks to the fiasco that followed the launch of President Barack Obama's health care law, Democrats are bracing for hard-fought Senate races in states they hoped to win with ease just two months ago.
Lindsey Vonn skied out and clutched her knee in pain in the World Cup downhill race won by Marianne Kaufmann-Abderhalden of Switzerland on Saturday.
There is hope for Connecticut residents whose health insurance plans were canceled because they didn't meet minimum federal coverage levels. They will be able to enroll in catastrophic plans offered by the state's health insurance market...
British sports broadcaster David Coleman, who covered 11 Summer Olympics for the BBC and six football World Cups, has died, his family said Saturday. He was 87.
Aldermen in Hernando have approved tax breaks for two companies than have expansion plans in the DeSoto County community.
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Lindsey Vonn felt her injured right knee give way and for a moment it looked like her chances for another Olympic gold might be in jeopardy.
A table at e-End holds jars full of tiny pieces of metal and plastic that were once cellphones, rifles and even body armor.
An Ohio man whose heroin addiction drove him to rob a bank at 18 to pay his debts says he plans to stay clean after his early release from prison.