The arrest, announced by the military government, was said to have been made at the Thai-Cambodian border.
Carlos Mercado, 45, who was diabetic, died after 15 hours at the New York jail complex.
Mayer said Monday that her twins were due in December and that she planned to work throughout her pregnancy.
The 4,368 documents released by the State Department on Monday contain insights into Hillary Rodham Clinton’s circle and underscore her acute interest in remaining current on political developments.
Williams, seeking to complete a Grand Slam, won 32 of 37 points and all eight games against Vitalia Diatchenko, who retired with an injury.
On Tuesday, the Nissan NV200, known as the Taxi of Tomorrow, becomes the city’s yellow cab standard.
The crisis has exposed vulnerabilities in the European Union’s open border policy, a fundamental tenet of the continental union.
Serena Williams was the lone top-10 player who remained in the top half of the women’s draw. Kei Nishikori fell in the men’s bracket.
At an international gathering, Secretary of State John Kerry said global effects could soon create waves of refugees unless more was done to reduce emissions.
A federal court ruled in favor of March for Life, a secular nonprofit that argued religious-only exemptions to employer insurance requirements violated equal protection principles.
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The timing could hardly be better for the Communist Party as it grapples with a slumping stock market and fears that a slowdown could spur social unrest.
The fatal shooting of a Texas man by sheriff’s deputies in San Antonio last week was captured on video that appears to show he had his hands up when the officers fired.
Four teenagers pleaded guilty, and two others were convicted on lesser charges, in a case that shocked and divided the town last fall.
Perhaps with an asterisk, Tommy Haas, who lost his opener Monday, was the most credentialed American in the men’s field at this U.S.
Martin Blackman, the U.S.T.A.’s new general manager of player development, wants to temper the expectations the public places on players.
Three members from New York and another from Florida lent fresh momentum to the pact from quarters that once appeared leery of it.
The new case from Kentucky, Davis v.
Two weeks after the attack, which killed 20 people, the authorities have remained vague on the possible motives of the perpetrators and have refused to classify it as terrorism.
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Services were restored shortly after 10 a.m., and no migrants were being allowed back into the station.
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The president will propose speeding up the acquisition of a replacement icebreaker that had been planned for 2022, setting a new date of 2020, the White House said.
Lilliam Barrios-Paoli, the deputy mayor overseeing the city’s response to the homelessness crisis, will resign at the end of September to become the volunteer chairwoman of the board of the Health and Hospitals Corporation.
More than 30 cities across the country have seen a startling rise in murders so far this year from a year ago, oftentimes ending decades of decline.
Arriving from Hungary, hundreds of determined passengers switched trains at the Westbahnhof rail station as they pressed on for Germany.
The renaming of Mount McKinley created rare unity between Republican and Democratic Buckeyes against Mr.
Despite a pledge made by world leaders to have women make up at least 30 percent of their national legislatures, most of the world’s parliaments remain largely male.
The number of marriage ceremonies performed at the marriage bureau in Manhattan has jumped by nearly 50 percent since 2008.
Defaults are concentrated among the millions of students who drop out without a degree, and they tend to have less debt.