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Alejandro La Luz Rivera misses his patio, his wife and his old life in Puerto Rico. He went to the mainland briefly, but says he... [Read More]
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A police officer on patrol in the pre-dawn hours saw a meteor and managed to record it, which has lit up social media. [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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The stress of living in Puerto Rico without running water, electricity or Internet is especially affecting children. But they are slowly finding a new normal. [Read More]
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The plea agreement is a strong signal that Flynn has become a cooperating witness. [Read More]
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It wasn't exactly welcome news. The flight they'd booked wouldn't be leaving on time Monday night. The passengers had already been passing time at... [Read More]
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Whetu, an almost 4-month-old brown kiwi at the Smithsonian Conservation Biological Institute, is the first female born to her parents. She enjoys staying up all... [Read More]
For Ward, who won the fiction prize for Sing, Unburied, Sing, it was her second National Book Award. For Bidart, whose poetry collection spanned 51... [Read More]
It's been nearly 11 months since President Trump's inauguration, when major protests took place in the streets of Washington, D.C. Storefronts and vehicles were damaged,... [Read More]
Hearing gunfire, the staff quickly locked down the school. Kept outside, the shooter only managed to injure one child. His seemingly random rampage appears to... [Read More]
Accompanied by harp, Björk's new song captures the innocence, uncertainty and giddiness of new love. [Read More]
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