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A sleek new Russian vanguard is notable for mobility, equipment and behavior that differ sharply from the forces seen in action in recent years.
Several blasts in the Egyptian capital killed at least one police officer and wounded several others in the first major attack since the start of the presidential campaign.
Gen. Philip M. Breedlove said Russia put “a very large, very well-equipped force” within striking distance of Ukraine.
An encouraging new study finds that exercise may slash your risk of heart disease, regardless of your cholesterol numbers or waist size.
The magnitude 8.2 earthquake set off a tsunami and forced an evacuation along Chile’s coast as aftershocks rattled the area.
What you need to know for Wednesday: turning on the water, clouds give way to sun, and New Yorkers who love two-dollar bills.
Questions have arisen about whether a quote from a translation of Virgil’s “Aeneid” about two warriors’ deaths is appropriate for the National September 11 Memorial Museum.
The suicide attacker penetrated nearly to the heart of the security establishment days before the presidential election.
If Oscar Pistorius testifies as expected in his murder trial in South Africa, his account may be the only thing that can save him from a conviction.
Futurists predict a revolution in the tenets of finance in the coming decades, similar to the changes that have been sweeping the information and telecommunications industries.
Among the new ministers was Ségolène Royal, President François Hollande’s former partner, who said the Socialists’ losses in local elections were a warning.
Three bombs exploded outside Cairo University’s main campus, hitting riot police deployed against near daily protests by Islamist students.
Jeremy Bailenson, who directs Stanford’s Virtual Human Interaction Lab, says virtual reality is the natural extension of every major technology being used today.
A suicide bomber wearing a military uniform killed six police officers Wednesday inside the heavily fortified Interior Ministry compound in the heart of Kabul, authorities said, the latest in a wave of violence as the Taliban threatens to disrupt this weekend's presidential election.
French President Francois Hollande approved a new Cabinet Wednesday that includes his former companion Segolene Royal as minister of environment and energy.
Mr. Keating was a businessman who later went to prison after fleecing thousands of depositors with help from a group of United States senators dubbed the Keating Five.
Muriel E. Bowser won a stunning upset on Tuesday in the Democratic primary for mayor in a race that turned on the integrity of the incumbent, Vincent C. Gray.
After one inning Tuesday, it seemed that the Yankees $470 million off-season investment was for naught as they looked ragged and C. C. Sabathia struggled early in a 6-2 loss to the Astros.
A strong quake struck off Chile, forcing an evacuation along the country’s long coastline and putting the entire Pacific Coast of South America on tsunami alerts.