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Analysts say foreign business interest in Iran has remained extremely limited amid a temporary deal allowing increased economic ties.
More than 900,000 residents signed up for health plans, and premiums have dropped, though the state limited consumers’ choices.
As financial pressures force newspapers to close or make cuts, college journalism students are picking up the slack in many communities.
All of the attacks came less than a week after the 11th anniversary of the toppling of a statue of Saddam Hussein in Baghdad, an event that many Iraqis regard as the fall of the capital.
For decades, mental health organizations have featured speakers with various disorders. But until now, discussing suicide attempts has been virtually off limits.
Questions remain over whether vulnerable areas of California and the Pacific Northwest are adequately prepared for the Big One.
“Captain America: The Winter Soldier” was No. 1 movie in North America for the second weekend in a row, taking in an estimated $41.4 million.
Doctors are prescribing opioid painkillers to pregnant women in astonishing numbers, new research shows, despite the fact that risks to the developing fetus are largely unknown.
Official results of 10 percent of votes cast in 26 of Afghanistan’s 34 provinces showed that two candidates were leading. A runoff election appeared more certain.
Disputed accounts of the fighting in eastern Ukraine emerged Sunday after the military moved to confront armed men who had taken over the station a day earlier.
A wake was held in Ozone Park for Dennis Guerra, 38, a married father of four who was killed in a fire in high-rise building in Coney Island, Brooklyn.
The blaze started on Saturday and forced the evacuation of thousands of people from the steep, crowded hills above Valparaiso, Chile.
Gerrie Nel, whose cross-examinations have earned him the nickname pit bull, has turned his judicial laser on Oscar Pistorius, who is charged in the murder of his girlfriend.
The countries of the world have dragged their feet so long on global warming that only an intensive push in the next 15 years can stave off potential disaster, United Nations-appointed experts said.
Libya's interim prime minister handed his resignation to parliament on Sunday, just one month into the job, saying gunmen had tried to attack his family.
The shutdown, which began Saturday and is part of a reconstruction project, will affect roughly 40,000 vehicles daily in and around Jersey City and Newark, disrupting a key link to New York City.
The material has the potential to change the electronics industry, and recently researchers have focused on how to produce it commercially.
An array of projects conceived when economic growth was surging now stand abandoned, stalled or wildly over budget, fueling accusations of waste, incompetence and corruption.
After Jose Valverde allowed a game-tying three-run homer to Raul Ibanez in the bottom of the ninth, Anthony Recker homered in the 13th, lifting the Mets past the Angels.
As a baby, Christina Rivera survived a massacre in Brooklyn whose 10 victims included her mother. Police Officer Joanne Jaffe cared for her that night, the first link in a bond that led Ms. Jaffe to adopt Christina.