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Washington’s decision to deny Hamid Aboutalebi, Iran’s choice for its next United Nations ambassador, a visa highlights the distrust that still infects the United States-Iran relationship.
In North Carolina’s high-profile Republican primary for Senate, the divisions gripping the party nationally are playing out loudly and expensively.
Jacoby Ellsbury, Carlos Beltran and Brian McCann were brought in to bolster the lineup, and that’s exactly what they did on Saturday.
A magnitude 7.6 earthquake was detected offshore near the Solomon Islands in the Pacific Ocean, leading to a tsunami warning for the region.
The debate over taking advantage of vulnerabilities has echoes of the Cold War battles of a half-century ago.
A powerful magnitude 7.6 earthquake struck near the Solomon Islands on Sunday morning, triggering a tsunami warning that was later cancelled, according to U.S. government agencies, and there were no immediate reports of damage.
The Manhattan district attorney’s office has subpoenaed documents concerning a range of the troubled agency’s major construction projects, a person with knowledge of the matter said.
What unfolded at the “Freedom Summit” on Saturday was a display of today’s Republican Party in all its dynamism, division and sometimes strange spectacle.
The winner of the Masters can spend the following year wearing one of the most recognizable prizes in sports.
Prosecutors in Missoula County are lashing out against a federal inquiry into their record on sexual assault cases.
A lucrative, little-known tax maneuver has produced a startling pipeline of art moving across the United States as collectors cleverly — and legally — exploit the tax codes.
The Yurok Tribe’s extensive campaign to revive the language serves as a model to the many other tribes that are undertaking similar efforts, experts say.
Liverpool F.C. is in position to win England’s top league for the first time since 1990, but memories of the stadium disaster that killed 96 soccer fans in 1989 still haunt the city.
The path of the front-runner, Narendra Modi, to the prime minister’s office will depend on a group of secondary politicians, including three powerful women.
Jordanian analysts and Islamists estimate that 800 to 1,200 Jordanians have gone to fight in Syria, more than double the number who fought in Afghanistan or Iraq.
Pensions in multiemployer plans were once believed to be extremely reliable, but changing economic circumstances have left vulnerable the pools and the federal insurance plan meant to support them.
David Tanis makes Spanish asparagus revuelto; Melissa Clark makes quinoa salad with roasted carrots and frizzled leeks.
While LG’s new headquarters would mar views of the New Jersey Palisades, Samsung’s new building is a boon to its city, San Jose, Calif.
Students have more tools than ever to compare packages. Why is it still so confusing, and why can’t you afford what colleges say you can?