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Using Google’s Street View technology, sponsors of the New York International Auto Show are creating a virtual exhibition online.
Evidence is growing that human error contributed to one of South Korea’s worst disasters in recent decades, a ferry sinking from which 271 people are still missing.
The influx of people into the Ras Khamis neighborhood of East Jerusalem is straining city services, and City Hall has shown little inclination to help.
Ms. Clinton made the surprise announcement during an event in New York that she and her husband, Marc Mezvinsky, are expecting a child this fall.
The procedure, power morcellation, poses a risk of spreading cancerous tissue, the agency said Thursday.
The automaker won a legal round in the battles over its handling of a defective ignition switch in millions of its cars.
Mostafa Kamel Mostafa is on trial in New York on charges of helping to orchestrate a kidnapping, planning a terrorist training camp in Oregon and helping Al Qaeda in Afghanistan.
Fenced enclosures in which hounds pursue wild foxes will be phased out over 40 years, angering hunters and pen owners, but also animal rights activists who want quicker action.
The Donetsk People’s Republic, along with other pro-Russian groups, denied having anything to do with fliers purporting to demand registration.
Experts said that even if passengers aboard the capsized South Korean ferry found air pockets, time was short and the risk of hypothermia was high.
The presence of a United States-flagged aircraft in Iran is highly unusual in Iran these days, especially when it’s owned by a small Utah bank.
All police officers in the borough, and emergency medical workers across New York City, will be equipped with naloxone, a drug that can reverse the effects of an overdose.
Nearby Friends, a feature announced Thursday, lets users broadcast their location to friends, but simple privacy controls give them the power to decide how much more to share.
The foreign ministers of the United States, Russia, Ukraine and European Union reached an agreement in Geneva after more than five hours of talks.
The former National Security Agency contractor Edward J. Snowden asked President Vladimir V. Putin a question during a call-in program on Russian television.
Mr. García Márquez, a Colombian who received the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1982, wrote fiction rooted in a mythical Latin American landscape of his own creation.
Goldman Sachs reported on Thursday that first-quarter profit declined to $2.03 billion, reflecting a drop in its fixed-income unit and overall revenue, but its results exceeded expectations.
Morgan Stanley’s results were driven in part by surprisingly strong performance in the bank’s fixed-income division, which trades bonds, derivatives and commodities.
A planet known as Kepler 186f, 500 light-years away, is the closest match to our own yet discovered, astronomers say.