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The guy who delivered the barbecue heard what happened and said, "Well, I'm an officiant."
The bodies of Tomas Hammond, 27, and Tyler Sawyer, 15, have never been found.
John Cheney-Lippold is receiving death threats after rescinding an offer to write a letter of recommendation for a student applying to study in Israel.
The big threat is often water, not wind, but experts struggle to explain that.
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Hurricane Florence threatened areas far inland — including Appalachia — with landslides and other perilous effects. But people keep building in the mountains, apparently unfazed.
Multiple injuries were reported as police and ambulances encircled an office building.
Just one year on the heels of Hurricane Harvey, this now infamous storm delivered a flood catastrophe across the Southeast with over 30 inches of rain in spots.
The president said in an interview the walls that are part of the memorial are “beautiful” and “perfect.”
The founder of Defense Distributed has been charged with a second-degree felony, according to court documents.
The case is a window into the aftermath of sexual misconduct cases, and the growing questions that institutions face about how to hold their most powerful accountable.
The Army said it halted discharges of immigrant recruits. But an email reveals an effort to find other means to expel them.
Celia Barquin Arozamena was named female athlete of the year at Iowa State last spring.
Dr. Patrick Soon-Shiong also believes building trust among young readers can even help combat fake news being passed along by an audience that spends long hours on the Internet.
Jordan was raised in Wilmington, N.C. and attended the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
As he lay bleeding in a campus hallway, Mark J. Bird allegedly said Trump had driven him to turn a gun on himself.
Republicans are scrambling to defend their efforts to replace Obamacare. We examine a claim that people with preexisting conditions would not face higher prices.
The Anthony Torres story revealed the basest instincts of the online era — and then, later, the best.
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