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The debate over how to modernize while respecting historic integrity shows how an influential institution is roiled by modernization.
Health agencies back away from copper-silver water disinfection systems to prevent Legionella, despite being exonerated in investigations.
Once the snow clears ... the city is banking on a plan that Mayor Byron Brown says will bring 12,000 jobs in the next three years.
About half of the people in California who are in the country without authorization are eligible for relief, well over 1 million are not.
Plus: UVA frats suspended; boy with fake gun shot; tribal murder-suicide; police ambushed at fire; Obama golfs with Jeter.
Workers are in the midst of a $60 million effort to fix 1,300 cracks in the 150-year-old cast iron as well as scour and repaint its surface.
The White House pledged to forcefully sell the overhauls to the American people, while many Republicans vowed to derail his efforts.
Capt. Derek Herrera had vowed to walk at the event that also marked his retirement after 8½ years in the military.
A rookie New York City police officer shot and killed an unarmed 28-year-old man in a darkened stairwell in Brooklyn late Thursday night.
PLUS: Russia-China rail sought; China cracks down; Docs show U.K. spying; S. Africa moves rhinos
PLUS: Newtown shooting; Buffalo faces flooding; renewable fuels.
GOP lawmakers filed the suit the morning after the president announced unilateral executive actions to expand protections for immigrants.
Adam Lanza’s social isolation and obsession with mass killings have been detailed by police reports.
The next threat will be rain and higher temperatures that threaten to produce flooding and add more weight to overstressed structures.
Police in Ferguson have told residents to expect a grand jury decision on Sunday.
Authorities said today the package and others mailed by Florida State alumnus Myron May could contain a video and journals.
Critics characterized the president’s approach on immigration as amnesty
A grand jury is deciding whether to charge officer Darren Wilson in the slaying of 18-year-old Michael Brown in a St. Louis suburb.
The recalls affect the 2006 to 2011 GS, 2007 to 2010 LS and the 2006 to 2011 IS models.
The Republican congressional leadership, fearing any stable period of GOP-majority governance may be doomed.
Official of defective airbag manufacturer equivocates to senators about the need for a nationwide recall.
Plus: Gay-affection study; Florida State gunman.
The surrounding communities along Lake Erie are trying to recover as yet another storm nears.
Students in the library described a chaotic scene where they heard shots, followed by students barricading themselves or taking cover.
The Buffalo area was buried under 5½ feet of snow Wednesday, with another storm expected to bring 2 to 3 more feet by late Thursday.
President Barack Obama justifies his executive actions to change immigration laws as a step to deport “felons, not families.”
Buffalo-area residents were already buried under as much as 5½ feet of snow Wednesday, but awoke today to more heavy snow.
It is the highest number since 2007, according to travel agency and car lobbying group AAA. It’s a 4 percent increase over last year.
Mike Nichols was a nine-time Tony Award winner on Broadway and the Oscar-winning director of films such as “The Graduate.”
New York Governor calls it 'impractical' for Bills to play Jets on Sunday because of snowstorm.
A 22-page letter is Mr. Casey’s first formal comment on the issue since the EPA released its proposal in June.
Earlier, agency director Joseph Clancy told lawmakers on Capitol Hill that the agency had renewed its emphasis on training and hiring.
NBC has scrapped a Bill Cosby comedy that was under development, and TV Land will stop airing reruns of “The Cosby Show.”
A Missouri grand jury is set to decide whether to indict a white police officer who killed an unarmed black teenager.
The announcement regarding driver’s side airbags could lead to one of the nation’s largest-ever automobile recalls.
PLUS: health care benefits; Warhog fighter jets; auto safety chief picked; Obama signs child care bill; same-sex marriage ban.
President Barack Obama will announce his intention to use his executive powers to shield millions of illegal immigrants from deportation.
The proposed settlement calls for the NFL to pay $4 million to the families of those who died from CTE before July 7, 2014.
The storm came in so fast and furious it trapped 150 vehicles on the state Thruway in western New York that remained closed today.
A grand jury has been meeting for nearly three months, considering whether to indict a Ferguson police officer in the death of a teenager.
The 59-41 Senate vote was one short of the 60 needed to clear the House-passed measure.
The Vatican has granted Eastern Catholic bishops worldwide authority to ordain married priests.
Letters were sent to Citigroup, PNC, Bank of America, Bank of NY Mellon, Deutsche Bank, Fidelity, GE, and Wells Fargo, among others.
A Supreme Court task force on elder abuse has put forth a number of recommendations.
He’s ordered a “unified command” of state, county and St. Louis metropolitan police to protect against potentially violent protests.
The second U.S. death from Ebola highlights a critical need in fighting the virus: the ability to quickly and accurately diagnose.
National Weather Service meteorologist Tony Ansuini said the storm was dumping 3 to 4 inches of snow per hour.
Plus: Pipeline voting push; global warming aid; college-admission bias.
Two in five teens surveyed had experienced cyberdating abuse in the context of a dating relationship in the past three months.
President Barack Obama on Sunday wrapped up what was arguably the best week he’s had in years.