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Lee Jun-seok became the second sea captain in two years to flee a sinking vessel when he left a South Korean ferry as terrified passengers were still struggling to get off.
The F.B.I.’s inquiry became the focus of the pretrial hearings at Guantánamo this week, after the contractor who was visited by the F.B.I. disclosed it to the defense team.
In the care of smugglers, a 12-year-old girl set out from Ecuador to join her parents, who had immigrated illegally to New York. She made it to Mexico before she died.
The Oklahoma City Thunder’s visiting opponents usually stay in the Skirvin Hilton Hotel, where a housekeeper’s ghost may or may not leave them shaken and bleary-eyed.
After 10 months in captivity in Syria, the French journalists were released on the Turkish-Syrian border on Friday.
Technology has the potential to affect the value of items that are now rare and expensive, everything from diamonds to paintings and autographs.
Democrats may ultimately see political benefit from the law. But people helped by it are among the least likely to vote.
The idea of a new lottery in Slovakia is to encourage citizens to collect sales receipts and register them with the government, forcing restaurant and shop owners to pay the taxes they owe.
Easter is a trying time for rabbit advocates, as parents caught up in the whimsy of Easter bunny buying soon realize their new pet needs a lot of care and attention.
Oso, Wash., faces a delicate discussion, balancing mourners’ needs against those of businesses.
Four French journalists held hostage in Syria since June have been released, France's presidential palace said Saturday.
The captain, Lee Jun-seok, 69, was charged with abandoning the boat and its passengers at a time of crisis, among other counts, according to prosecutors.
An avalanche that left at least 13 dead has focused attention on the Sherpas, skilled high-altitude climbers who put themselves at great risk for the teams that pay them.
The golf world has lost five million players in the last decade, spurring a growing revolution to create alternative forms of the game.
Seven people died during the gunfight Friday, which began after migrants grabbed one or more assault rifles from the guards and began firing, the reports said.
The Elizabeth police pursued a group of robbery suspects on Friday, exchanging gunfire, but one man remained at large Friday night.
The Stone Avenue branch of the Brooklyn Public Library is celebrating its anniversary and reflecting on its mission as a haven for children within a tough neighborhood.
The moves in Poland and Estonia are part of a broader effort to strengthen NATO’s air, sea and land presence in the region in response to Russia’s military actions in and near Ukraine.
After an early exit from last year’s playoffs, the Nets retooled this season, bringing in players like Kevin Garnett and Paul Pierce in hopes of making a title run.
The murder trial of the double-amputee sprinter has highlighted the wide gap between celebrity justice and the treatment meted out to ordinary South Africans.