Ohio lawmakers blocked the proposed name change for Mount McKinley for years, and denounced the decision to restore the Mount Denali name.
None of the documents had been marked classified at the time, State Department spokesman Mark Toner said.
The New York meeting is scheduled for Sept. 27, a day ahead of the United Nations General Assembly.
He says he would raise taxes in certain areas, particularly on corporations that he believes do not act in the best interests of the U.S.
The databases included security clearance applications, airline records and medical insurance forms.
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The Post-Gazette printed and thus captured all of these moments in time as one of the worst storms of the century devastated New Orleans.
By renaming the peak Denali, President Barack Obama waded into a sensitive and decades-old conflict between residents of Alaska and Ohio.
The suspect is to be arraigned today in the shooting of Deputy Darren Goforth, a 10-year veteran of the Harris County Sheriff’s Office.
The number of letters arriving late has jumped by almost 50 percent since the start of the year.
The Texas Division of the Sons of Confederate Veterans failed to win a court injunction to block the plan.
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The versatile filmmaker also wrote and produced features, directed for television and wrote novels.
Members of Congress aren’t likely to budge from their entrenched positions even at the urging of a world spiritual leader.
The transition is unfolding as the GOP is debating immigration policy.
Music and a wreath-laying ceremony at a memorial honoring victims of the storm were among rituals performed in the rebuilding city.
The multitudes will include papal mugs, magnets, buttons and T-shirts along with popes rendered in plush, plastic and more.
Researchers say an increase of at least 3 feet is likely unavoidable, and is caused by warming temperatures driven by burning fossil fuels.
As Vladimir Putin beefs up Russian presence there, the U.S. has few military assets in the far north.
The panel’s ruling also reversed a ban on the NSA’s collection that had been imposed by a district court judge in December 2013.
The case exposed a tradition in which seniors competed to see how many younger students they could have sex with.
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“Uncoupling” the United States from China, as tycoon Donald Trump proposes, would mean undoing the largest trade relationship in the world.
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The former president saluted the post-storm resilience of New Orleans as he and his wife revisited the city’s first public school to reopen.
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Harris County Sheriff Ron Hickman identified the suspect as Shannon J. Miles. Miles is in custody on a charge of capital murder.
The president explicitly linked New Orleans’s recovery from Hurricane Katrina to the nation’s recovery from the 2008 recession.
Evidence in his car suggests that the killer of a Virginia TV reporter and cameraman Wednesday meant to go on the run after the shootings.
With two premier bike trails parallel to the route, enthusiasts and bicycle organizations have long pressed the railroad to add the service.
Avid Life Media Inc., Ashley Madison’s parent company, says Noel Biderman’s departure was a mutual decision.
This is the seventh time in a decade that walruses have been driven out of the Chukchi Sea by warming waters.
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He was the first high school player to go straight to the NBA when he was drafted by the Philadelphia 76ers in 1975.
A Virginia television reporter and cameraman were shot dead during a live broadcast Wednesday by an ex-colleague who had been fired.
The emotional crescendo of WDBJ-TV’s “Mornin’ ” show came when two anchors and a weatherman joined hands to mark a moment of silence.
Unemployment applications dropped by 6,000 to 271,000 in the week ended Aug. 22, a Labor Department report showed today.
Colorado theater mass killer James Holmes was sent to prison Wednesday for 12 consecutive life terms without parole plus 3,318 years.
The top U.S. retailer of guns and ammunition will stop selling semi-automatic rifles for lack of customers.
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The tragedy drives home how vulnerable TV crews can be outside of covering dangerous situations or reporting from war zones.
The Coatesville, Pa., man was shot and killed by a deputy sheriff after he wielded a knife and slashed another deputy.
LGBT Catholics want a more major role in the World Meeting of Families that is spurring Francis’ visit, but organizers are resisting that.
Republican presidential contenders this campaign season have been in favor of trimming Social Security benefits to “save” the system.
A Wisconsin town can’t cure a contamination problem in its aquifer without an infusion of Great Lakes water, but first it needs the
New Jersey has been trying since 2009 to legalize sports betting at its casinos and racetracks.
Trooper Steven J. Vincent, shot in the head during a traffic stop, died Monday. The motorist has been charged with first-degree murder.
President Barack Obama announced fresh executive actions to expand renewable energy use.
The Washington blaze in Okanogan County near the Canadian border is the largest in state history, and is actually five fires.
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