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It all started with a Facebook post this past May.
Endris Mohammed smothered his two children at home and tried to kill his wife in a gas explosion.
British Airways starts a boarding policy that means those in the cheapest seats will be called last.
Cars, food, and sports fans: A history of tailgating
During a panel with Trump voters, one supporter said he likes that the President's cabinet is filled with millionaires and that he would take the President's word even if Jesus were to contradict it.
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The magazine’s Ethicist columnist on seeking sexual satisfaction outside a marriage and privacy on social media.
Fit-again Saracens wing Sean Maitland and Glasgow Warriors hooker Fraser Brown join the Scotland squad ahead of Australia's visit.
On Sunday night, President Donald Trump attacked Jeff Flake on Twitter.
In Mexico, where the drug war’s “disappeared” number in the tens of thousands, some families take up the search for loved ones on their own.
Dale Earnhardt Jr., Matt Kenseth and Danica Patrick are leaving full-time racing, and others are facing pay cuts and a dearth of sponsorships in 2018.
The actor Daniel Dae Kim — in his new role as executive producer — was turned down twice by CBS before landing the show at the last-place network.
As Charles and David Koch back the Meredith Corporation’s effort to buy Time Inc., some see a new way for them to advance their libertarian agenda.
With a white director and a story based on a traditional Mexican holiday, the studio (mostly) pre-empted controversy through uncharacteristic collaborations.
The beachy headland west of Bordeaux forgoes glamour for the simpler things: surfing, fishermen’s cottages and freshly shucked oysters.
With the country so divided on so many issues, companies are increasingly finding themselves in the middle of controversies. They’re realizing it may be the new normal.
The pipeline that would run from Canada to Nebraska has the support of President Trump, but has been opposed for years by some Nebraska landowners.
Ms. Novotna won a total of 17 Grand Slam titles, 16 of them in doubles and mixed doubles. The tribulations of her singles career, however, came to define her.
CNN's investigation into modern-day slavery in Libya sparks anger outside the Libyan embassy in Paris.
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Tony Pulis is sacked by West Brom with the club a point above the relegation zone and without a win in 10 Premier League games.
Monday: An investigation examining the root of our subway woes, the Secret Science Club, and things to be thankful for.
Republican lawyers and lawmakers are working together to install conservative judges at a rate not seen in decades.
Apple had said its HomePod speaker, a response to Amazon’s Echo, would debut this year. Now it won’t be released till early next year.
Detroit's economy and auto industry were among the hardest hit after the 2008 recession, but the city is in the midst of renewal.
No crashes or injuries have been linked to the issue, but more than 50 complaints have been filed. The automaker sees no sign of a consistent problem.
Three people who were held over death of teenager Gaia Pope will face no further action, police say.
Which? investigation of product prices reveals 60% were cheaper or the same price on other days of the year
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