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For ages, the sea women of Jeju, off the southern coast of South Korea, have braved treacherous waters for their harvest.
Already, nine states, under Republican control, have passed measures making it harder to vote since the beginning of 2013.
Growers say inaction on immigration legislation is hurting productivity, and a powerful group that represents them says its members may withhold campaign contributions.
Amid the bridge scandal in New Jersey, Gov. Chris Christie joined other G.O.P. presidential hopefuls at a meeting in Las Vegas and complained that the country is viewed as weaker since President Obama took office.
After a leading contender dropped out of Ukraine’s presidential race, the nation’s hopes and those of its Western supporters are now with the billionaire Petro Olekseyevich Poroshenko.
Pitcher Masahiro Tanaka, the Yankees’ $155 million import from Japan, grew up in a nation where joining a baseball team was like entering a religious order.
Seismic activity could continue for weeks, but an official said it should not be a cause for serious concern.
The agreement will finance the expansion of prekindergarten in New York City without the tax increase on high-earning residents sought by Mayor Bill de Blasio.
The automaker announced that it was recalling about 490,000 trucks and 172,000 small cars in the seventh major recall it has issued this year.
Officials involved in the search, mindful of the amount of detritus adrift in the world’s oceans, cautioned that the sightings are inconclusive so far.
Wreckage from assaults speaks to a crackdown so sweeping that even ardent supporters of the military say it risks spreading sympathy for the militants who are targeted.
After a disaster that has left so many missing, ordinary objects have become connections to loved ones.
While a night out at the theater used to be a staple for cultured American men, fewer shows are grabbing them these days.
In Hollywood’s sea of bravado, Kevin Tsujihara, the quiet new chief executive of Warner Bros., may seem miscast. But he is already making bold bets to keep the studio on top.
Vitali Klitschko, a leader of Ukraine’s recent political uprising, said he would throw his support to the billionaire Petro Poroshenko.
A large study showed that renal denervation, which more than 80 countries have already approved, was no more effective than a “sham” procedure.
Gov. Chris Christie announced the resignation of David Samson, the highest-ranking official to quit during the scandal over the George Washing Bridge lane closings, as Mr. Christie set out to re-establish himself on the national stage.
The attack by the Taliban, who have vowed to violently derail the coming election for a new president, was the third in Kabul just this week.
Suicide bombers targeted buildings near the Independent Election Commission headquarters in Kabul on Saturday, staff and police said, the latest in a spate of attacks ahead of next week's presidential election.
The magnitude-5.1 quake on Friday night was followed by at least 20 aftershocks, but the Los Angeles Fire Department said there were no immediate reports of significant damage.