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The return of the bodies from the Korean War is a sign of warming ties between China and South Korea.
The revision of the search area, based on further analysis by an international team working with Malaysian officials, means that Australia is redirecting the search far from the floating objects seen in the previous search area.
The double-amputee track star had arrived at the courthouse after weeks of prosecution testimony depicting him as irascible, spoiled and jealous.
Led by Michael Frazier II, the top-seeded Gators advanced to the South Regional final against Dayton by stifling the freewheeling style of U.C.L.A.
Held scoreless for 37 minutes, Johnson erupted for 15 points down the stretch to lead the top-seeded Wildcats into the Round of 8.
Though countries like Bangladesh have contributed little to the industrial pollution driving climate change, they will suffer the most from the devastating consequences.
“Outdoor doesn’t quite fit with us because it’s sales, but not content,” said Leslie Moonves, chief executive of CBS. “The synergies didn’t really exist.”
The bodies were found inside an apartment on Thursday in what the police said they were investigating as a double homicide.
Connecticut will face Iowa State on Friday at Madison Square Garden, an arena Jim Calhoun, the Huskies’ former coach, would call their second home.
The bill signed by Gov. Dannel P. Malloy would raise the minimum wage to $10.10 starting in 2017, which would be the highest of all state rates that are now on the books.
Higher education is today less a rite of passage in which institutions serve in loco parentis, and more a commercial transaction between school and student.
Facebook is creating a laboratory to devise a way to provide web access from solar-powered drones or perhaps other “connectivity aircraft.”
Council members said the death of an inmate in an overheated cell at Rikers Island exposed fundamental flaws in the city’s mental health system.
The broader question hanging over Citigroup is one that has dogged it since it was created nearly two decades ago: that the bank may be simply too big to manage.
Serra Da Capivara National Park Journal: Discoveries Challenge Beliefs on Humans’ Arrival in the Americas
Archaeologists say humans reached what is now northeast Brazil as early as 22,000 years ago, upending a prevailing belief of 20th-century archaeology in the United States that people arrived in the Americas about 13,000 years ago.
A ruling allowing Northwestern University football players to unionize has highlighted the growing battle over how much college players should share in the billions of dollars they generate.
It took the courts nearly half a century to conclude that the evidence against him was likely fabricated by police investigators and to order the retrial he sought.
With the first open enrollment period set to end Monday, the Affordable Care Act looks less like a sweeping federal overhaul than a collection of individual ventures playing out unevenly, state to state, in the laboratories of democracy.
A ruling that Northwestern football players had won the right to be considered university employees is not only about money, some college basketball players said.