The soulful English singer was well known for his classic rendition of “With a Little Help From My Friends,” among others.
Francis criticized the Curia for “ailments and temptations” like a narcissistic “pathology of power” and “existential schizophrenia.”
A hedge fund that owns a stake in the parent company of the restaurant chain wants a shift toward smaller portions of better food.
Pope Francis issued a blistering critique Monday of the Vatican bureaucracy that serves him, denouncing how some people lust for power at all costs and live hypocritical double lives.
The current wave of problems caused by opioid drugs like OxyContin is the third in United States history. Balancing their risks and benefits has been a delicate task.
In Cuba, from the games on the fields to those played in streets with baseballs wrapped in duct tape or bottle caps tossed with precision, it’s a love pursued amid the ruins.
Before shooting two police officers, Ismaaiyl Brinsley had an extensive history with police, suffered from mental problems and was isolated from his family, his relatives said.
Monday: A city mourns, rain coming later, and the accused Columbia University rapist speaks out.
Lockhart brings lasagna, whiskey in paper cups, Frannie acts adorably.
The long-simmering tensions between Mayor Bill de Blasio and the Police Department he has pledged to reshape have reached an extraordinary nadir after two officers were killed on Saturday.
Instead of narrowing gender gaps, the technology industry created vast new ones for Stanford University’s pioneering class of 1994.
Police Commissioner William J.
The point-blank shooting of two officers by a man who left messages of antipolice hatred recalled a grim period in the city’s history.
The Milwaukee district attorney found that the white officer, since fired, had acted in self-defense in a fatal shooting.
Jeh Johnson, the Homeland Security secretary, placed flowers at a memorial to the officers; President Obama is under pressure to address growing racial tensions after the fatal shootings of two New York City police officers.
Lawyers are scrambling to determine whether normalized relations with Cuba will create a chance to get compensation for lost properties now estimated to be worth nearly $7 billion.
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Cristina de Borbon, sister of Spain's King Felipe VI, has been ordered to stand trial on charges of tax fraud, the High Court of the Balearic Islands said on Monday, prolonging the embarrassment of the royal family which has sought to distance itself from a corruption probe.
Joanne Chesimard, who goes by the name Assata Shakur, was convicted in the 1973 killing of a New Jersey state trooper and fled to Cuba.
Most of the news was good for the Giants, who got help from a turnover-prone St.
The loss of service came just days after President Obama pledged that the United States would launch a “proportional response” to the recent attacks on Sony Pictures.
Many parents undoubtedly think they are doing the best for their children by having them bring lunch from home instead of eating the lunches served in school. But recent studies clearly prove them wrong.
An overseas bribery inquiry involving Avon shows how long winding such cases can be, and how the costs of dealing with potential corrupt payments can exceed the punishment.
FedEx and UPS are aiming to avoid last year’s chaos, when a late surge in shipments and bad weather left many gifts to be delivered late.
Early results pointed to a victory for Beji Caid Essebsi in the country’s first free and democratic vote for the post.
In an instant this weekend, it seemed as though it was 1971 again, a time when the city was riven and dangerous, its ordinary criminal activity outdone by political violence.
Paul Nungesser was cleared of responsibility by Columbia University after being accused of rape by a fellow student, who turned her outrage into a performance piece. He is now speaking out.
In Germany, misbehaving children had better watch out. The Krampus, a devilish goblin who tears through the streets as St. Nick’s evil counterpart, is making a comeback.
Express Scripts, the nation’s largest manager of prescriptions, has negotiated a “significant discount” for Viekira Pak, AbbVie’s new entrant into the notoriously expensive class of hepatitis C medications.
Ryan, in perhaps his final home game as the Jets coach, was narrowly denied a victory over Patriots Coach Bill Belichick, whom Ryan has measured himself against during his tenure in New York.