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Lake Oroville's water level has finally dropped below its record high, after residents scrambled to comply with an evacuation order Sunday.

A study tracking depression rates among U.S. teens from 2005 to 2014 finds an increase — especially among girls. A steady diet of harsh judgments from social media may play a role, researchers say.

Adele swept the major categories over Beyoncé, David Bowie posthumously won every award he was nominated for and the Grammys sometimes obliquely addressed a charged political climate.

The Congressional Hispanic Caucus issued a letter demanding an explanation for hundreds of arrests in immigration raids. Hispanic Caucus chair Michelle Lujan Grisham talks about the next steps.

Pyongyang again defied United Nations resolutions and test-fired a missile early Sunday morning, local time. It earned a swift rebuke from neighbors.

The new head of the Federal Communications Commission has taken steps to unravel many of his predecessor's policies. These changes might directly affect consumers and their access to the Internet.

For American-born children of African immigrants, being black and African in America can create tension both at home and among friends.

International groups warn of a looming food crisis in parts of Nigeria due to civil conflict. Children are the most vulnerable in these conditions, but up to 9 million people could be affected.

Somalia has been functioning without an effective government for decades. The new President unseated the incumbent in a surprise upset, raising questions about who he is and what lies ahead.

Morning Consult Chief Research Officer Kyle Dropp talks about a recent survey which shows one third of respondents are still confused about the Affordable Care Act and what repealing it would mean.

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