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Rising rents, housing prices and living costs in the top real estate markets from Boston to San Francisco are putting the squeeze on teachers.

Big league poker tournaments put millions of dollars at stake for the players. But behind the scenes there is another money game going on, something of a mini-Wall Street.

Johan Verbeke <>, Belgium's ambassador to the U.S., says they live as world citizens, and the best way for his country to move past this week's tragedy is to not feel intimidated.

Brussels continues to mourn its more than 30 dead, as authorities continue to hunt for one more assailant in the blasts. Three attackers have now been identified.

Discrimination based on one's sex is illegal in the workplace, but how about sexual orientation? A federal agency is suing employers for allegedly discriminating against gay and lesbian workers.

The president's visit falls on the 40th anniversary of Argentina's military coup that led to the so-called Dirty War. He has promised to declassify documents shedding light on what the U.S. knew.

His family said in a statement that Malik I. Taylor's death was the result of complications from diabetes.

President Obama said stopping attacks like those in Brussels is "difficult work." His advisers, he said, are working on "every strategy possible."

Author Elaine Kamarck explains superdelegates, the difference between caucuses and primaries, what happens in a brokered convention and how the rules of primaries can sometimes change.

Voter turnout was big in Idaho, Utah and Arizona, and that meant long lines at polling places. In Idaho, the line into one caucus site was reportedly longer than a mile.




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