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There’s little in the way of utilities, food, water or fuel, and thousands are feared dead in the central Philippines. Survivors still appear to be in shock.
According to data from the National Weather Service, which has been keeping records for 164 years, California is on track to see its driest year. What are the implications?
There’s a growing movement to honor the all-Hispanic unit known as the Borinqueneers that served in World Wars I and II, and rose to prominence during the Korean War.
The caskets bearing Frank Wright, Harold Wright and Elton Wright came home one by one and their father, Henry, met them at the local train station.
The deal to provide Sunday deliveries to Amazon customers is seen as a chance for both the online retail giant and the ailing U.S. Postal Service to monopolize the Sunday delivery market.
In 2009, Zachariah Fike’s mother gave him a Purple Heart that she found at an antique store. It set of a chain of events that led him to create a nonprofit that returns medals to their owners.
It was during a particularly turbulent time in the 1960s that John F. Kennedy went on television to address the nation and propose passage of civil rights legislation. He didn’t live to see it happen.
The documentary film “After Tiller” surveys the lives and risks taken by the four remaining doctors in the United States who openly perform third-trimester abortions.
The high cost of shipping, higher wages abroad, and an abundance of domestic natural gas are all contributing to a manufacturing upswing in the U.S.
Joe Sacco is best known as a journalist whose dispatches come in the form of cartoons. In his latest book, “The Great War,” Sacco depicts one of World War One’s bloodiest battle.
Many of the iconic images from the Vietnam War were pictures taken by Associated Press photographers. We take a look at 11 images from a new book of these photos.
From Tracy Chapman to Elvis Costello.