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The bishop of Limburg, Franz-Peter Tebartz-van Elst, spent millions to renovate his home and lost the support of many congregants.
Curved screens are the latest thing in TVs and phones, but while they work brilliantly in televisions, at least one phone model was a disappointment.
Darrell Issa, chairman of the House Oversight Committee, complained that the I.R.S. has not turned over all the emails the committee has demanded.
Lachlan Murdoch will share a leadership role with his father, Rupert Murdoch, while another son, James, is elevated in the ranks of 21st Century Fox.
The New York City program, which has nearly 100,000 annual members, has faced financial concerns as well as issues like forces of nature and misadventures in paperwork.
Astronomers say they’ve discovered a second icy world similar to the planetoid Sedna, a finding that hints at the existence of a rogue planet.
Malaysia’s defense minister said satellite images taken Sunday showed 122 objects floating southwest of Australia.
Beijing’s reduction in exports of rare earth elements, purportedly on environmental grounds, violated World Trade Organization rules, the group concluded.
The head of a union representing 45,000 Transportation Security Administration officers says a report conducted by the TSA after a Los Angeles airport shooting last fall doesn't go far enough in addressing threats posed by individuals targeting its officers.
As early as late May, directors are expected to reverse longstanding policy and vote to use toll money and federal and state funds for a suicide barrier.
The state has emerged as the last major battlefield in the clash between the Tea Party and the G.O.P. establishment, as Senator Thad Cochran faces a conservative challenge to a seventh term.
It was not immediately clear whether the ruling would be appealed or circumvented by a new court order.
For a few hours this week, the Yorkville neighborhood had a newly visible, if modest, link to its German heritage, and an era in which the area abounded in breweries.
At least until the end of this decade, viewers will have to navigate between multiple streaming services to watch the movie or TV show they want.
What you need to know for Wednesday: High winds whip the city, the mayor supports a taxi surcharge, and a shoe store robber returns to the scene of the crime.
Since the onset of the euro crisis, nations have sought to shed state assets. But some see the sale of cultural heritage as a step too far.
The president laid a wreath and visited the graves of three American privates who died at Flanders Fields in Belgium.
Secretary of State John Kerry planned to meet with Mahmoud Abbas, the president of the Palestinian Authority, in an effort to salvage Middle East peace talks.