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Tobacco was once an integral part of our culture, just like guns. Now? Not so much. There are lessons in that.
The boy who sparked a wildfire in Oregon that raged across more than 48,000 acres must pay more than $36 million in restitution, according to court order.
The climb by plebes began in 1940 and has become a viral Annapolis tradition.
What goes up, must come down. What goes in, must come out.
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Two lost their lives in the service of educating young people on the lowest rung of the teacher-appreciation ladder.
Sermons used to be at the center of public conversation.
She plans to appeal, while the lobbyist wants a protective order.
William Tisdale battled a terminal lung condition with his wife by his side. Her death led to an explosion of GoFundMe donations.
Police in North Ridgeville, Ohio, detained a pig that was following a human home from an Amtrak station.
The publication was most critical of the sedan's emergency braking.
Rainy and unusually warm weather brought an "unprecedented” mosquito swarm.
Hurricane Harvey in 2017 was a good example of what “slower and wetter” will look like.
The student, Dylan Pietrs, was found unresponsive Saturday in his tent at Shasta Lake near Redding, Calif.
A curious — if controversial — study suggests that the odd space rock was captured when the solar system formed.
A man who ran a service to help hackers was convicted in federal court in Virginia.
The link between citizenship and English language speaking is weaker than ever, largely by choice.
Ten people — eight students and two adults — were killed during first-period classes on Friday, the result of the latest mass shooting during school hours.
The group wants a synchronized network of toll lanes from Baltimore to Richmond.
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