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Writing on June 16, 1966, just one day after the film The Endless Summer finally got a wide release, The New York Times remarked on... [Read More]
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It's time to find out what, if anything, our "mysterious interloper" has to say. That, at any rate, is the guiding idea for a... [Read More]
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In draft findings that are expected to be adopted Tuesday, the National Transportation Safety Board found a range of problems with the freighter that sank... [Read More]
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At least one person was killed and many others injured when an explosion ripped through the hub. Fears of supply disruptions quickly caused energy prices... [Read More]
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In the wake of a federal court ruling, the Pentagon has confirmed it will allow openly transgender individuals to enlist in the military beginning Jan.... [Read More]
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The blaze raging in Ventura and Santa Barbara counties covers more ground than New York City. And as other, smaller fires are reined in, weather... [Read More]
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Just what is Mikhail Saakashvili doing? Georgian president, Ukrainian governor, stateless fugitive — in the past decade, he's played all these roles, among others.... [Read More]
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A federal judge ruled Michael Slager committed second-degree murder and obstructed justice in his 2015 shooting of Scott, an unarmed black man. Slager pleaded guilty... [Read More]
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Mikhail Saakashvili first fled to his roof, then escaped a police van after protesters broke in. Wanted for allegedly aiding criminal groups, he has cast... [Read More]
In a speech from Saudi Arabia last month, Saad Hariri shocked his country by announcing he would resign ... then two weeks later, he suspended... [Read More]
Former Rep. Corrine Brown has been sentenced to five years in prison for pocketing hundreds of thousands of dollars from donors who believed their money... [Read More]
In a speech in Utah on Monday, President Trump announced that his administration will shrink the Bears Ears National Monument by roughly 85 percent and... [Read More]
Saleh, who led Yemen for over three decades before resigning several years ago, had been allied with Houthi rebels against a Saudi-led coalition — until... [Read More]
The scene ended quickly: Slobodan Praljak declared innocence, drank what he called poison and died soon after. Dutch investigators' questions — and many Croats' ill... [Read More]
The actor and singer starred as Pyle for years — first in The Andy Griffith Show, then in Gomer Pyle, U.S.M.C. Nabors parlayed the stardom... [Read More]
The annual prize, in its inaugural year, will be awarded to one work of fiction. For the next few months, 20 books remain in contention... [Read More]
The government had charged James Bates with murder and sought recordings made by his personal-assistant device. But the evidence ultimately was deemed to support more... [Read More]
Moments after judges upheld Slobodan Praljaka's 20-year prison sentence for war crimes, he tilted back his head and consumed what he claimed was poison. [Read More]
Ahmed Abu Khatallah was accused of orchestrating the siege on a U.S. diplomatic compound in the Libyan city. That attack, which left four Americans dead,... [Read More]
Now in her 80s, Anna Konopka has been practicing medicine for decades and has never used electronic records. After record-keeping complaints, she surrendered her license.... [Read More]
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