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This mass shooting, among the country’s 10 deadliest, unfolded in real time through graphic social media videos and frantic text messages.
Clean edges? Traveling spins? Test your knowledge of figure skating judging.
Where it used to face horrific violence and corruption, Colombia has nurtured an industry that produces roses faster and cheaper than anywhere in the United States — and can even get them to many U.S. retailers faster than domestic growers.
A couple living at the crossroads of pain and addiction in rural Kentucky make a desperate escape.
Joe Stewart waited 597 days to see a judge about his disability benefits, and now the day of the hearing was finally here. Would he get an answer? Or would the wait continue?
Your payments are determined by a complex formula drawn from a number of factors about your work experience, income and age.
How Russia exploited wedge issues and marketing tools to craft divisive ads during the 2016 election.
Sixty-two percent of Americans identify as middle class. Who really falls in that group?
The DEA’s ability to go after drug distributors was weakened even as opioid-related deaths continue to rise.