Protesters rallied Thursday against the bans in London and Berlin. The bans have apparently hit others in a wide range of modest clothing.
The Democrat in her most forceful terms yet hammered the point that the GOP’s nominee unleashed the “fringe” that has engulfed that party.
As rescue effort continues and death toll rises, soul-searching begins
Turkey gave Syrian Kurdish forces a week to scale back their presence near the border
The Labor Department also announced a proposal that would open the door for large cities to create their own plans.
CDC reported that 49.8 percent of boys ages 13 to 17 got at least one of the three doses in 2015, up 8 percent from 2014
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The school offered students a glimpse of a carefree life away from the unpredictable violence that afflicted the rest of the capital.
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Taxis operated by nuTonomy beat ride-hailing service Uber, which plans to offer rides in autonomous cars in Pittsburgh, by a few weeks.
U.S. District Court Judge William P. Dimitrouleas said the emails must be made public by Sept. 13.
Steven Hill, who originated imposing lead roles on two notable television series, died on Tuesday in Manhattan. He was 94.
The policy was created “due in part to the large amount of things that unfortunately have happened,” between teachers and students.
Superintendent Randal Lutz said orchestra will be offered at no extra financial cost to the district.
New discipline rules along with the implementation of a new dean are among some of the changes.
The closure is considered a safety measure, and parents will still be allowed to drop off items for their children during the school day.
A new school year means updated facilities, new leadership and — in a nod to today’s dangers — heightened security, including armed guards
Superintendent Anthony Hamlet hosted the event intended to "capture big ideas" that will inform the district's future strategic plan.
The Democratic candidate for U.S. Senate wants to raise the minimum wage, eliminate gender wage disparities and ensure paid family leave.
The university says benefits will include “behavioral health support, medications such as hormones, and surgery.”
County touts advanced fingerprinting technology in identifying Carolyn Roehlig, who was found in the Allegheny River.
Everyone is responsible for fighting the “scourge” of sexual assault, according to the U.S. senator.
Judge re-instructs the jury after they pass a note claiming “deliberations are stalled due to arguments being made without factual support.
In a vote made today, union delegates decide to give its membership a vote in whether to authorize a strike for the 14 state-owned schools.
Before doctors introduce a narcotic, they must now check the patient’s drug history, or potentially face discipline.
A Singapore company is expected to roll out self-driving taxis to pick up passengers beginning today.
The Cecil company say its will offer significant savings on the drug, but critics outraged over recent price hikes have their doubts.
The explosion and gun battle occurred less than three weeks after two foreign professors at the elite university were kidnapped at gunpoint.
The temblor killed at least four people and damaging over a hundred ancient Buddhist pagodas in the former capital of Bagan.
Our Revolution has been met with criticism and controversy over its financing and management.
Visiting a battleground state he can’t afford to lose, the GOP presidential nominee promised Hispanics “a much better life” Wednesday.
Turkish troops crossed into Syria in support of a new U.S.-backed offensive against the Islamic State.
The agreement ends the longest-running armed conflict in the Americas, after 52 years of fighting and four years of negotiations
The three nations — China, Japan and South Korea — were momentarily brought together as they all criticized the missile test
The Mississippi man received the world’s most extensive face transplant after 71 other reconstructive surgeries since 2001.
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The interest payment was made two days after allowing $400 million in cash to fly to Tehran
The revelations come a little over two months since the Marines said they had mistaken one of the men who helped raised the second flag.
The release of 2,500 President’s Daily Briefs — about 28,000 pages in all — shed light on some of the country’s historic events.
The hopes for finding a legendary “gold train” in Poland diminished after extensive digging at the site
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Preventing excessive prescriptions through a state monitoring program could nudge some addicts to heroin, doctors and health officials warn.
Linda Iverson, a former administrator with the Baltimore City Public Schools, began her new duties in Wilkinsburg on Wednesday.
National Park Service turns 100 years old as park visitation soars and new challenges abound.
The university will use a $500,000 King Mellon grant to develop programs that match students with skills they need in the job market.
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A firefighter was injured and in stable condition from battling the blaze, which displaced eight people from their Lytle Street rowhomes.
The toll was likely to rise as crews reached homes in remote hamlets where the scenes were “like Dante’s Inferno,” according to one witness.
Planet found orbiting our nearest neighboring star, Proxima Centauri, and is located in the Goldilocks Zone.
St. Clair CEO James Collins said the partnership will give doctors and administrators access to Mayo’s best hospital management practices.