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Graham was charismatic and funny, animated but also subdued. He was found dead at his home Feb. 21. Graham was 99.
Purdue Pharma ran an unprecedented, aggressive and multi-faceted marketing campaign from 1996 to the early 2000s that helped kickstart the nation’s current opioid crisis.
This mass shooting, among the country’s 10 deadliest, unfolded in real time through graphic social media videos and frantic text messages.
It all started in the 1990s at Antioch College, a tiny liberal arts school.
A shutdown complicates the lives of federal workers and the millions of Americans who rely on them.
Monalisa Perez pleaded guilty to shooting and killing her boyfriend, Pedro Ruiz III, during a failed YouTube stunt.
Balloons first appeared at the parade in 1927 and have been wowing America ever since.
Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand said Clinton should have resigned after his affair with Monica Lewinsky. A longtime Clinton aide lashed back.
The holiday, originally called Armistice Day, shows how drastically our military power has evolved.
Fifty years ago, on Oct. 21, 1967, the march on the Pentagon became a defining moment of the antiwar movement.