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Police stormed the café in a dramatic end to a standoff that had dragged on for more than 16 hours.
A U.S. military court hearing for suspects in the 9/11 attacks starts on Monday.
At least three people were shot on Friday at a Portland, Oregon high school, and officers were searching for suspects who were believed to have left the area.
A look back at some of the week's biggest stories and the headlines you may have missed.
Consumer sentiment is at an eight-year high.
Chrysler and Dodge are recalling nearly 200,000 more vehicles to fix air bags that can explode.
The $4 billion spending package will help more Americans access to the Internet, particularly in poor and rural areas.
CDC: More than 16 million children in 10 states have access to electronic cigarettes.
Congressional staff protested decisions by grand juries not to charge police officers in the killings of unarmed black men.
The House of Representatives averted a shutdown, passing a $1.1 trillion spending bill despite Democratic objections.
With the threat looming of a midnight government shutdown, the fate of a $1.1 trillion spending bill remains in doubt.
A new report shows nearly 20 percent of U.S. consumers have unpaid medical debts.
Gas prices have dropped by about 64 cents to $2.76 per gallon since the beginning of the year.
More than 600,000 people have signed up for a 2015 insurance, 48 percent of whom were new to the plan.
As outcry grows over brutal interrogations, America's spy agency appears caught in the crossfire.
The medical relief teams working in western Africa are the 2014 honorees.
McDonald's will cut eight foods and reduce the number of Extra Value Meals on its menus in a bid to speed up service and bolster sales.
President Barack Obama will announce a public-private investment in programs for the nation's youngest learners.
Since Monday, U.S. forces conducted strikes against the militant group in Syria and Iraq.
The President sought to reassure Latinos that signing up for deportation relief is safe.