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Officials say 37 of the victims have been identified, including 10 foreign nationals and three people with dual citizenship.
The first-place Nationals (46-32) are five games ahead of the Mets (40-36), who have lost seven of their last 11 games.
The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey deployed heavily armed officers and armored vehicles to John F. Kennedy, LaGuardia and Newark airports in the wake of the bombing at Istanbul's Ataturk Airport.
The idea of platooning Alex Rodriguez, five homers away from 700 and holding a .296 career batting average, against left-handers would have been unthinkable even a year ago. But there he was, taking a start at DH Tuesday only because Rangers starter…
Expect some clouds heading out the door today, but also expect generally drier conditions.
State Sen. Adriano Espaillat declared victory in a nine-way Democratic primary race in retiring Rep. Charles Rangel's New York City district.
Amanda Nicodemus and her family have been struggling with the loss of her sister Victoria who was killed when a car jumped a curb in Fort Greene, Brooklyn last December.
An astonishing case of cat hoarding has rocked one New Jersey town.
Presumptive Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump reiterated his call for the return of waterboarding and the use of other harsh interrogation techniques following the deadly terror attack at Istanbul's Ataturk Airport on Tuesday.
Suspected Islamic State of Iraq and Syria extremists have hit the international terminal of Istanbul's Ataturk airport, killing dozens of people and wounding many others, Turkish officials said Tuesday.
18 million Americans live in communities where the water systems are in violation of the law; the EPA knows of the issues and has done very little to stop them.
The water crisis in Flint, Michigan, may have you asking, "Does my home's water contain lead?"
Because there is no safe level of blood lead concentrations, it's time for new legal requirements to remove lead from housing, child care facilities and school water fountains, the American Academy of Pediatrics said in a new policy statement.
Pat Summitt, who built the University of Tennessee's Lady Volunteers into a perennial power on the way to becoming the winningest coach in the history of major college basketball, has died.
A former Indiana University student accused of raping two students pleaded guilty to a lesser charge in a deal with prosecutors that could spare him jail time.
Californians: A solution to the drought may be under your feet, according to a study from Stanford scientists.
This week West Virginians likely will escape any more of the flooding that has wreaked havoc across several counties, taking at least 23 lives.
Considering that so many Americans consume a large percentage of meals outside the home, how do you reach nutrition goals with so many options? We've done the legwork for you at the most popular fast food chains.
Researchers now have a broader understanding of the health disparities suffered by gay, lesbian and bisexual people. A recent study found that these groups are more likely to suffer psychological distress, heavy drinking and heavy cigarette smoking.…
Creator of HBO series "Girls," Lena Dunham condemns Kanye West for his "sickening" new "Famous" music video, calling out the rapper for his misogynistic portrayal of women.
EU leaders meet for the first time without British PM David Cameron to discuss plans for the UK's exit from the bloc after last week's vote.
Turkish investigators are examining video footage after three suicide bombers attacked Istanbul's main airport, killing at least 41 people.
Former England football star Paul Gascoigne is to stand trial after denying making a racist remark.
The SNP is to ask to be made the official opposition at Westminster - arguing that its Commons leader enjoys the support of more MPs than Jeremy Corbyn.
Labour MPs are expected to announce a challenge to Jeremy Corbyn's leadership after a motion of no confidence in him was supported by three-quarters of the parliamentary party.
A US Army veteran who was racially abused on a tram in Manchester says he has received global support from "complete strangers".
Former residents of the Chagos Islands who were forcibly removed from their homeland lose their appeal to the UK's Supreme Court to return home.
The world's largest uncut diamond is expected to be sold for more than £52m in an unprecedented auction in London.
Stephen Crabb launches his bid to succeed David Cameron, saying he will unite the party and create stability.
Police investigate claims by two climbers who say they are India's first couple to scale Mount Everest, after doubt is cast on photos of the ascent.
(Reuters) - Firefighters in central California had by Wednesday contained most of a major blaze that ranks as the biggest and deadliest of several that are raging in an early summer heatwave.
(Reuters) - After a gunman opened fire at a gay nightclub in Florida this month, police dispatchers fielded calls from people inside who screamed of being shot, begged for help and spoke in hushed voices of the bloody scene around them.
(Reuters) - Californians are set to decide whether to make recreational marijuana use legal, as other Western states have done, after the California Secretary of State's office said on Tuesday the issue could be put to voters in the November ballot.…
PARIS (Reuters) - Veolia said on Wednesday that the Milwaukee Metropolitan Sewerage District had extended its agreement for Veolia North America to continue managing and operating its collection and wastewater treatment system under a 10-year contra…
(Reuters) - A gunman opened fire on Tuesday on two women outside of a northeast Arizona courthouse, killing them both in an apparent legal dispute, authorities said on social media.
(Reuters) - A woman was critically injured in a shooting inside a downtown Denver office building on Tuesday and police said the suspected gunman was pronounced dead at the scene with what appeared to be a self-inflicted gunshot wound.
PHOENIX (Reuters) - U.S. Attorney General Loretta Lynch said on Tuesday fighting economic espionage was a priority for the Department of Justice.
PHOENIX (Reuters) - The Obama administration is looking into whether it can challenge the Supreme Court's decision to block President Barack Obama's plan to spare millions of illegal immigrants from deportation, U.S. Attorney General Loretta Lynch sa…
(Reuters) - A Haitian woman in Florida has delivered the first baby in the state born with the birth defect microcephaly caused by the Zika virus, Florida's health department said on Tuesday.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Reverberations from the U.S. Supreme Court's major ruling backing abortion rights were felt on Tuesday as the justices rejected bids by Mississippi and Wisconsin to revive restrictions on abortion doctors matching those struck…