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Bankruptcy lawyer David Friedman is a longtime supporter of Jewish settlements in the Israeli-occupied West Bank and has questioned the need for a Palestinian state.
The whitefish is famous for being repulsive. But Scandinavian-Americans in the Midwest consider it an important link to their Viking ancestors.
Reports from eastern Aleppo have described horrific bloodshed as the Syrian regime overpowers rebel forces. Now, a cease-fire deal has crumbled.
In a meeting of the U.N. Human Rights Council, commission chief Yasmin Sooka reported murder and rape on an "epic" scale.
The policy, set to be ratified Tuesday, bans the hazing ritual of dressing up rookies as Wonder Woman, Hooters Girls and Dallas Cowboys cheerleaders.
Park's downfall started when it was it was discovered she had ties to the daughter of a religious cult leader.
Glenn became a national hero in 1962 when he became the first American to orbit the Earth. He later spent 24 years as a Democrat from Ohio in the Senate.
There's no satisfying definition of "identity politics," but clearly we've been paying too much attention to race, gender and sexual orientation, right? Not so fast.
As one of three cities cleared by the IOC, it has until Feb. 3 to submit documents regarding "games delivery, experience and venue legacy."
Investigators say a refrigerator may have caused the fire, but it's still under investigation. Firefighters have begun knocking down the building.
Derick Almena leased and managed the warehouse known as "Ghost Ship," which burned down over the weekend, killing at least 36 people. He gave an agonized, frequently tense interview on the "Today" show.
"We still feel a need to stand up, play our part and make a stand," said SoCal veteran Anderson Gould, who made the trip to North Dakota to join protests.
The moves come as the nation's most populous state prepares for tougher immigration enforcement promised by Trump during the presidential campaign.
Antonino Fernandez made his fortune from Corona beer, but he never forgot the Spanish village he came from.
When it comes to news stories that circulate on social media, it's not always easy to tell fact from fake. Some experts offer tips to help.
Lauren Bruner, now 96, will travel from his La Mirada home to Hawaii to visit a memorial over the Arizona's sunken wreckage and attend a remembrance ceremony.