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As family and friends gather throughout the holiday season, it's evident Andy Williams had it right when writing the 1963 hit song "Its the Most Wonderful Time of the Year."
The Supreme Court has denied Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer's bid to keep so-called "Dreamers" from getting driver's licenses for now.
When you think of microloans, images of workers in developing countries might come to mind. However, microlending is helping many small businesses in the United States make dreams become a reality.
President Vladimir Putin is blasting the West for Russia's economic downfall, saying it's trying to subdue and disarm the nation.
Saeed Abedini has penned a Christmas letter to his family and supporters from the confines of an Iranian prison. For this American pastor, brutal circumstances have only served to drive home the meaning of the holiday.
Pakistani officials have fended off Taliban gunmen who stormed a military school in Peshawar Tuesday, but not before the attackers massacred 132 children and nine staff members.