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Book deserts in low-income neighborhoods like Anacostia in Washington, D.C. stifle children's learning. Derrick and Ramunda Young hope their bookstore can help.
Virginia Republicans have stepped up their attacks on the Democrats' legal challenge to reverse a court's decision declaring the race a tie.
Most Americans have lousy passwords that are incredibly easy to crack.
Rick Gates has made repeated requests for changes to his home confinement since he and Paul Manafort were charged with conspiracy.
Battling blazes in the cold create extra concerns for firefighters, including hypothermia and frozen equipment.
Around 300 people gathered in the west Iranian city of Kermanshah amid the country's biggest wave of unrest in 8 years.
Officials say Thursday's Bronx apartment building blaze spread after the toddler's mother failed to shut the kitchen door as she fled with him and his younger sibling. Twelve people died and a further four are in critical condition in hospital
While 2017 brought us 'Wonder Woman' and 'The Defenders,' it's still vital to say the genre isn't doing enough.
Are you guilty of using any of these explanations to get out of a workout?
The Trump administration is working to relax safety regulations on offshore drilling implemented after the 2010 Deepwater Horizon explosion and oil spill.
Get rid of the clutter now so that, come 2018, you can focus on the things you want to add to your life.
On the brink of divorce, this question made all the difference.
Thomas Heatherwick reflects on cityscape architecture and how it should “lift up and nourish” urban living.
Philanthropists and entrepreneurs affiliated with the tech sector are starting to commit large sums of money to figure out how the brain works.
From the fastest-ever Ford Mustang to the family-friendly Volkswagen Atlas, 2018 brings a smorgasbord of new cars.
President Donald Trump frequently uses his luxury properties for government business and leisure, prompting ethics concerns.
The U.S. needs to both reduce Pyongyang's incentive to use the bomb and its ability to do so.
Litter brought to shore from Albania’s rivers washed up hundreds of miles north in the port of Dubrovnik, Croatia—and environmental activists aren't surprised.
Dozens of suspected ISIL militants arrested following crackdown across Turkey.
Police in Troy, N.Y., believe Shanta Myers, her children Jeremiah and Shanise, and girlfriend Brandi Mells were targeted for death.
Frigid temperatures are expected to grip much of the upper Great Plains and Northeast through the New Year, with forecasters predicting temperatures could approach record-setting cold.
Tony Blair's think-tank says a populist belt has taken hold from the Baltic to the Aegean and threatens the whole of Europe.
Irish rock band U2 raked in more than 260 million euros this year from its 30th anniversary 50-date "Joshua Tree" tour.
A baby polar bear born at the Berlin zoo has opened her eyes for the first time.
From hurricanes and earthquakes to the end of DACA, 2017 was a tumultous year for many in the Latino community. But amid the concern, there is optimism.
Some experts think commercial fusion reactors could begin operation as soon as 2030.
Monks at Zenkoji temple in Nagano City, central Japan, brush off the dust accumulated throughout this year in a traditional ritual
“Take 14-year-olds in Britain. What 25% could do back in 1994, now only 5% can do.”
A man who fell through the ice while fishing has been rescued in China.
Clashes and rocket fire marked another Friday rocked by rage at the US President's recognition of Jerusalem as Israel's capital