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The denouement of “How I Met Your Mother” was very in much in keeping with the show’s patented balance of sentiment and sly self-awareness.
The average price for an apartment passed $1.7 million in the first quarter as the average price per square foot reached $1,363, according to reports by major brokerages.
On the Minute, a surfing innovator dies, open enrollment for health care ends, and a gun law may affect restaurants’ business.
In the face of the public’s weakened confidence in Albuquerque’s police after a string of shootings and clashes with protesters, officials called for calm.
As the Yankees enter a new era, a reinvented C. C. Sabathia will be one key in their mission to return to the playoffs.
Syrian children at a refugee camp in Jordan performed Shakespeare’s “King Lear,” a tragedy that briefly took their minds off their own miseries.
Parts of several pipes will be tested at a laboratory in Washington as part of the investigation into the deadly gas explosion that destroyed two buildings in East Harlem last month.
The death of an innocent bystander has left the city wondering how what the police said was a petty turf war between “crews” of children could breed such random, deadly violence.
With no chance that Congress will agree to a huge increase in so-called climate aid, a new study on the effects of climate change creates a diplomatic challenge for President Obama.
Owners of the Chevrolet car complained about power steering failures, locks opening and closing and doors jamming shut long before the car became known for having a deadly ignition defect.
China charged Lt. Gen. Gu Junshan with financial crimes and abuse of power in a case seen as part of an effort to tighten the party’s control over the military.
HealthCare.gov, the federal website, was temporarily overwhelmed by a rush to sign up, but officials said they were confident that they would reach their enrollment goal.
The United States and Israel are discussing the possible release of Jonathan Pollard, an American serving a life sentence in North Carolina for spying for Israel.
The court’s decision could delay competitors’ generic versions of Copaxone, made by Teva Pharmaceutical Industries.
“Flash Boys,” by Michael Lewis, traces the dangers of high-speed Wall Street trading and the people who try to set things right.
After delays, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration issued a final rule requiring safety equipment meant to prevent backing into pedestrians.
A case over patents to mitigate risks among multiple parties in a transaction has been seen as an indicator of how abstract technical ideas can be to become eligible for patent protection.
The rules, which were approved by the Arizona Legislature in 2012 and will take effect on Tuesday, restrict the use of medication to induce abortions during the early stages of pregnancy.
Some chefs have entered willingly into American social debates while others have found themselves unwittingly caught up in cultural wars.
Representative Dave Camp, a Republican from Michigan who was first elected to Congress in 1990, made the announcement on Monday.