jewish settlements in the west bank are contentious because palestinians see the area, which israel has occupied since 1967, as integral to a future state.
alabama's gop senate race culminated with roy moore holding a gun as steve bannon said voters should ignore trump's endorsement of his rival, luther strange.
the heat at gillette stadium resulted in a run on bottled water. "we are looking into the matter to ensure that it doesn't happen again," a spokesman said.
the gop's last-ditch effort to repeal and replace obamacare heads into an all-important week hanging by a thread and short of the votes needed to pass.
michael cottman traces the story of the henrietta marie, a slave ship that wrecked near key west after dropping off kidnapped africans in barbados and jamaica.
singing the anthem before "monday night football," jordin sparks bore a bible verse on her hand — a message to rulers to rule fairly.
"it looks like a bomb went off": puerto ricans described desperate conditions on the hurricane-rocked island and pleaded for more help from federal agencies on monday.
pittsburgh quarterback ben roethlisberger said he regretted staying in the steelers' locker room. nascar racer dale earnhardt jr. quoted jfk. jerry jones took a knee. and a photo of a kneeling 97-year-old ww ii vet went viral.
the commander of the united states pacific fleet is retiring after learning there's no possibility of him being promoted out of his current job, he told nbc news on monday.
the president's threat that north korea "won't be around much longer!" was newsworthy and of public interest, twitter said.
anthony weiner was sentenced in federal court monday to 21 months imprisonment, after pleading guilty. he got lucky.
ri yong ho said that pyongyang would consider shooting down american bombers even if they were outside north korean airspace.
as congress takes up tax reform, a coalition of liberal groups are seeking to make an example out of one swing district republican, iowa rep. rod blum.
tennis legend billie jean king, who is played by emma stone in the new movie "battle of the sexes," talks about the film, lgbtq rights and being outed.
president donald trump's decision to restrict visas for citizens of chad has left experts wondering why that nation was chosen over others in the region.
thousands of so-called "stolpersteine," or "stumbling stones," remind passersby of the victims of nazi terror.
dan inosanto ran a secret martial arts training program for the dallas cowboys in 1977. the team would go on to win the 1978 super bowl.
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