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The Queen of Soul, who died Thursday, took the song written and first recorded by Otis Redding and made it her own.
In the ongoing push for accurate representation of Asians Americans in Hollywood, “Crazy Rich Asians” is unique because it has Asians at most of the relevant levers of the production process.
Every eight minutes, someone in America died of a drug overdose last year.
Dana W. White is the top spokeswoman for Defense Secretary Jim Mattis.
Social robots are being developed for children — who are particularly vulnerable to being led astray.
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"Bird" was not the word.
It's not just warmer oceans — sea level rise, droughts and floods all play a role in worsening toxic algal blooms.
As the American West burns, Smokey's legacy is questioned.
In 1970, federal judges predicted that desegregating the rural Alabama county's schools would lead to white flight. They were right.
I was too frightened to tell a soul. Not my teacher. Not my parents. Not even one of my six older siblings, all of whom would have certainly taken swift steps to protect me.
The former energy executive faces a steep path to the Vermont governor’s office. But if she wins, she'll become the country's first transgender governor.
In a new tweet, George Conway amplified his criticism of the president, pointedly calling out Trump's most recent behavior.
A grand jury report released Tuesday said more than 300 priests abused children in Pennsylvania over a period of 70 years. One of those children was Jim VanSickle, who is now an advocate for others.
The city will be the first in the U.S. to install body scanning technology to detect weapons.
The concession in the contest held on Aug. 7 came after a tally of provisional ballots showed Kobach’s lead increasing.
Exactly how much the woman knew about the contents of her suitcase is the subject of an ongoing dispute.
The Washington archbishop served for 18 years as bishop of Pittsburgh, making him one of the church officials whose actions were examined by a grand jury.
It's in her new book, "Unhinged."
After a judge has blocked a plan in Kentucky, opponents go to court over one in Arkansas.
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