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Thirty years after the Soviets withdrew from Afghanistan, the Kremlin wants back in.
After a shooting claimed one of his players, Brice Brown vowed he would never lose another.
Our food critic visits six of America’s most popular restaurants to answer the question: What keeps diners coming back time and time again?
Here’s what you need to know about the six Democrats competing in the June 26 Maryland primary to challenge Republican Gov. Larry Hogan.
Here are the six Democrats vying for the chance to take on Rep. Barbara Comstock, one of the most endangered Republicans in Congress
Guillermo Mendoza, who will soon lose his permission to live in the United States legally, returned to El Salvador after 18 years to see loved ones and contemplate building a life there.
New skills and languages have failed to help many returnees navigate a traditional, war-torn society.
Israeli gunfire is taking a severe toll on the lower limbs of Palestinian protesters
Opioids, extreme weather, soaring housing costs contribute to the spike across the country