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Even a cursory look at the media landscape suggests Rupert Murdoch is far from an outlier in wanting to see a property he built with his bare-knuckled hands land on his progeny.
A United Nations report warned that climate change is already having sweeping effects on every continent and is likely to grow substantially worse unless greenhouse emissions are brought under control.
Across the country, immigrant-rights advocates report disillusionment with both parties among Latinos, enough to threaten recent gains in voting participation that have reshaped politics to Democrats’ advantage nationally.
The Miss-Fires, a women-only group, aims to make motorcycles less intimidating; they welcome members without a bike, a license, or much experience.
A man and a woman from different ethnic groups have eloped and been married, but now they face threats of death and arrest.
The biblical epic directed by Darren Aronofsky raked in an estimated $44 million in domestic ticket sales over the weekend, including $6.2 million from giant Imax screens.
Some companies housed in specific low-income areas of San Francisco receive breaks on taxes if they perform tasks that help improve their neighborhoods.
The North did not elaborate, but Western analysts have long suspected that it is trying to make nuclear devices that could be delivered by intercontinental ballistic missiles.
The teams traded the lead several times in the later stages of the game, but Wisconsin prevailed when Arizona failed to make a shot as time ran out.
Dayton, which defeated Ohio State, Syracuse and Stanford to reach the South Regional title game, was held to a season-low 52 points by top-seeded Florida.
Though her “Artpop” album was considered a commercial flop, her audience seemed to embrace her on the first night of her “artRAVE: the ARTPOP ball” tour at Roseland Ballroom.
Bolstered by a 19-3 run in the closing minutes of the first half and 23 points from point guard Scottie Wilbekin, the No.1 Gators defeated the Flyers to advance to the Final Four.
Many international election monitors curtailed their activities or made plans to evacuate their foreign employees, potentially raising serious questions about the election’s validity.
Foreign Minister Sergey V. Lavrov of Russia, who will meet with Secretary of State John Kerry on Sunday, said the two sides were narrowing their differences.
Demonized as terrorists by Israelis and lionized as freedom fighters by Palestinians, prisoners like Muqdad Salah have become a flash point in the troubled peace talks.
After Monday, most people must have health coverage or face a penalty, and the confusion of the last six months appears likely to continue.
In the weeks since Gov. Jan Brewer announced that she would not run for re-election, the already crowded field of Republicans looking to replace her has grown noisy.
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.