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Indiana school vouchers upheld in ruling that could set precedent

In a ruling that could reverberate nationwide, the Indiana Supreme Court upheld the state's voucher program, which gives poor and middle class families public funds to help pay for private school tuition, including religious schools.

Ex-presidents receive millions from taxpayers

Being leader of the free world comes with a lot of perks and a new report shows they keep rolling in long after a commander-in-chief leaves office.

Dionne Warwick, down to $1,000 cash, files for bankruptcy

Dionne Warwick, one of the most recognizable pop voices of the 1960s, filed for bankruptcy last week citing more than $10 million in tax debt dating back to 1991.

Justices appear hesitant as they hear arguments over same-sex marriage

As partisans argued pointedly over same-sex marriage outside the U.S.

It's official: New Jersey man won $338M Powerball jackpot

He claimed he won the prize this week, and now it's official: Pedro Quezada of New Jersey is the winner of Saturday's $338 million Powerball jackpot, the New Jersey Lottery said Tuesday.

Amanda Knox vows to fight on as Italian judges order retrial in murder case

American Amanda Knox vowed Tuesday to fight with her head "held high" to prove her innocence after Italian Supreme Court judges ruled Tuesday she should stand trial again for the death of her former roommate in Italy.

Mom to teenage son accused in baby shooting: 'I love you'

Two teenage boys accused of shooting a baby in Brunswick, Georgia, made their first appearance in court on Monday, but they offered nothing in the way of explaining the strange and tragic case.

Same-sex marriage: A potential Supreme Court blockbuster

The U.S. Supreme Court hears arguments on Tuesday and Wednesday about the constitutionality of two laws in the same-sex marriage debate.

Sandusky attempts to discredit witness from prison

Jerry Sandusky is a pedophile and was rightfully convicted, filmmaker John Ziegler said.

Lawmaker: Google Glass and driving don't mix

Google Glass, the tech giant's Internet-connected headset, isn't on the market yet. But that hasn't stopped one lawmaker from trying to keep the eyewear off the highways in his state.