The final curtain came down Sunday on New York’s production of “The Phantom of the Opera,” ending Broadway’s longest-running show with thunderous standing ovations, champagne toasts and gold confetti.
Top diplomats from Europe and North America arrived Sunday in the hot spring resort town of Karuizawa, Japan, to discuss the world’s most intractable crises, including ways to end Russia’s war in Ukraine, confront China’s aggression toward Taiwan and lure North Korea back to nuclear disarmam…
A trial beginning Monday in Delaware will force Fox News executives and some of the network's stars to answer for their role in spreading doubt about the 2020 presidential election.
It’s that time of year when throngs of taxpayers are buckling down to file their income tax returns before Tuesday’s filing deadline, and many often pay to use software from private companies such as Intuit and H&R Block but a free option may be on the horizon.
The first openly gay person to lead the American Medical Association takes the reins at a fractious time for U.S. health care.
“The Super Mario Bros. Movie” scored the best second weekend ever for an animated movie in North American theaters with $87 million in ticket sales, according to studio estimates Sunday.
Advocates tout the cooperative model as a way to preserve one of the last affordable housing options for people with low or fixed incomes.
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Democratic Rep. Ilhan Omar is now in her third term and she's no longer defined by the “firsts” that accompanied her arrival in Congress.
Every weekday at 5280 High School in Denver starts the same way. Students in recovery from drug and alcohol addiction gather to discuss a topic chosen by staff members. The students attend Colorado’s only recovery high school — one of 43 nationwide.
Thousands of protesters demonstrated across the country against new limits to abortion rights making their way through the courts.
Families of those killed in the Boston Marathon bombing marked the 10th anniversary of the tragedy early Saturday.
When Republicans eyeing the White House visit Iowa, they will navigate an evangelical community that is faithful to Donald Trump.
Their hardline anti-abortion policies could alienate the broader set of voters they need to win the presidency.
Boston is preparing for an emotional day as the city and nation mark 10 years since the marathon bombings.
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Lawmakers in over a dozen states and the U.S. Congress are tackling medical debt, which has become a leading cause of personal bankruptcy.
The crowd at a fishing harbor in western Japan scattered in panic after an explosion as police subdued a man at the scene.
Step into a U.S. military recreation hall at a base almost anywhere in the world and you’re bound to see young troops immersed in the world of online games. The enthusiasm military personnel have for gaming — and the risk that carries — is in the spotlight after a 21-year-old Massachusetts Air National Guardsman was charged with illegally taking and posting highly classified material on a social media platform that started as a hangout for gamers.
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The 10th anniversary of the Boston Marathon bombing will be marked with a wreath laying at the finish line to remember those who were killed, a day of community service and an event for public reflection.
Fort Lauderdale saw 25 inches of rain over a six- to eight-hour period this week. In some ways, it was the Florida Man of storms — not quite knowing when to say when. Here's why.
On April 15, 1912, the British luxury liner RMS Titanic foundered in the North Atlantic off Newfoundland more than 2 1/2 hours after hitting an iceberg; 1,514 people died, while less than half as many survived.
Former President Donald Trump says he's not making much money from his social media network but estimates it is worth between $5 million and $25 million, according to his personal financial disclosure form filed Friday.
Two of his classmates told The Boston Globe that Teixeira revered the military and showed an early interest in joining.
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Prosecutors unsealed charges and revealed how billing records and interviews with social media comrades helped pinpoint the suspect.
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The order expires late Wednesday, suggesting the court will decide that issue by then.
Fort Lauderdale experienced the rainiest day in its history Wednesday – a 1-in-1,000-year rainfall event. Veuer’s Maria Mercedes Galuppo has the story.