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Archive for May 26th, 2018
In Washington, D.C., a dramatic memorial of bright red flowers pays tribute to men and women who died in uniform.
The actress was one of the first women to publicly accuse Weinstein of sexual assault. She says she had not believed the movie mogul would face charges, but now hopes he will be convicted.
An Irish Times/Ipsos MRBI poll suggests that nearly two-thirds of the country support the change, 68 percent to 32 percent.
South Korea announced Saturday that President Moon Jae-in held a secret meeting with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un in an effort to keep diplomacy between Washington and Pyongyang alive.
Two weeks after parliamentary elections delivered a surprise win for allies of Shiite cleric Muqtada al-Sadr, Iraq's divided political leaders are scrambling to put together a coalition government.
We've rounded up just five of the things you can use to break up a hot and summery holiday weekend, from comedy to an indie film to classic banter.
To bolster safety, the high-crime New Jersey city is installing hundreds of cameras. But the new technology is raising civil liberties issues, as the footage is available to anyone with a cellphone.
Democrats weren't satisfied with DeVos's answers at a Congressional hearing. That and more, in our weekly roundup of education news.
A prolific fundraiser who had held the confidence of the Board of Trustees, Nikias faced mounting opposition from faculty who demanded his resignation.
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