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The New York Public Library's Riverside branch, located on the West side of Manhattan, is testing a pilot program that lends out ties, briefcases and... [Read More]
When people are crossing a U.S. border, they expect to be asked about their citizenship. But not when they're driving up the East Coast. ... [Read More]
Nearly 30 naval ships were ordered to leave the Hampton Roads area of southeastern Virginia on Monday in order to escape the storm. [Read More]
In 34 states and the District of Columbia, there are religious exemptions that allow parents to forgo medical treatment for a child if it conflicts... [Read More]
Over the past year, dockless electric scooters have descended on city sidewalks almost as if they fell from the sky. From Austin to Denver to... [Read More]
Countless scientific studies have espoused that a glass of red wine a day can be good for the heart, but a new sweeping global study... [Read More]
While the study's authors acknowledge moderate drinking may protect some people against heart disease, these potential benefits do not outweigh the risks of cancer and... [Read More]
Scientists along Florida's Gulf Coast are working to battle an unusually intense red tide algae bloom, which has killed tons of wildlife, shut down businesses... [Read More]
Former priest James Faluszczak was one of many witnesses to testify before the grand jury about being abused by an Erie priest. He says when... [Read More]
The president blamed the intensity of the fires on state environmental policies, incorrectly claiming water that could be used to fight the fires is being... [Read More]
The new sanctions, which were previously lifted under the 2015 nuclear deal, severely limit Iran's ability to buy U.S. currency and issue sovereign debt, and... [Read More]
The city's streets are so filthy that at least one infectious disease expert has compared San Francisco to some of the dirtiest slums in the... [Read More]
The calf was the first to be born in the endangered pod of Pacific Northwest killer whales in three years. [Read More]
As many as 100 Muslims filed to run for office this year, according to Muslim political groups, the most since the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks.... [Read More]
Advocates say that gaps in federal regulations leave child workers vulnerable to the health risks of nicotine and pesticide exposure. Labor laws allow larger farms... [Read More]
During the Vietnam war, tens of thousands of babies were born out of relationships between Vietnamese women and American servicemen. Many were left behind after... [Read More]
Thai officials said on Saturday that 15 people are still missing from the wreckage of a tourist boat that capsized and sunk on Thursday off... [Read More]
A Long Island man has been charged with making a terroristic threat after police say he threatened to kill supporters of President Trump and Republican... [Read More]
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said on Saturday that two days of talks in North Korea were "productive." But following his remarks, North Korea's Foreign... [Read More]
Ely Dar was going about her nightly turn-down service rounds at a Westin hotel in downtown Seattle when she knocked on a hotel room door.... [Read More]