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Infrared saunas, which have taken off among the Hollywood celebrity set, are making their way to New York.
Another 264 people had been hospitalized and dozens more injured, officials said, but with hundreds of people unaccounted for, the count was expected to rise.
Shani Crowe’s photographs capture the importance of a communal tradition through the years.
Some research suggests that exercise could impair long-term memory, but a new study allays many of those concerns.
How a strange new class of media outlet has arisen to take over our news feeds.
A United Nations investigation says that Syrian military helicopters had used the chemical on at least two occasions, and that ISIS had deployed sulfur mustard, which is poisonous.
The North Korean leader claimed that the continental United States and American military bases in the Pacific were now within striking range.
Some politicians began backpedaling as an outcry grew on social media over the apparent public humiliation and ostracism of Muslim women dressed in modest attire.
The country’s largest rebel group and the government said they had finally come to an agreement to end a conflict that had lasted 52 years and claimed some 220,000 lives.
A young girl was pulled out from under the rubble in Amatrice, Italy, by rescue workers after being trapped for 15 hours following the earthquake there on Wednesday.
The U.N. human rights chief on Thursday called for an international investigation of rights abuses and violence in Yemen's civil war, which has killed thousands of people, as he insisted that a domestic panel set up to look into violations has not been up to the task.
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In the highly competitive and communal tech industry, cycling is taking the place of golf as both an individual obsession and a camaraderie builder.
Critics see Saudi Arabia’s export of a rigid strain of Islam as contributing to terrorism, but the kingdom’s influence depends greatly on local conditions.
Nigel Farage delivered a rousing speech in support of Mr. Trump, keeping in line with the candidate’s populist message and offering supporters a vision of winning.
Luke Dittrich’s book examines the case of Henry Molaison, who, after a brain operation, was almost unable to form memories. His surgeon was Mr. Dittrich’s grandfather.
At a rally against a state law allowing concealed handguns on campuses, protesters wave sex toys and say they consider the move obscene.
After months of flailing attempts, Donald J. Trump has begun to recast his message in more structured terms and wrestle with his temptation to go off script.
Batstock is an annual series of events in Bergen County created by Joseph D’Angeli, who is known in some quarters as the Batman of New Jersey.
But the company, which has raised the price of a two-pack of the allergy attack drug to about $600 from $100 in 2007, is not changing the list price.
Seven students were among the dead at the prestigious Afghan university, where survivors Thursday described an ordeal that lasted nearly 10 hours.
Thursday: Vacationing in the city, a Night at the Museum and strides in women’s rights.
The city of Perm, once the gateway to the gulag, became a cultural powerhouse in a few short years. Then Vladimir V. Putin returned to the presidency.
At first, it seemed that a stranger had killed Roberto Rodríguez. Then, the victim’s vow to testify in a previous stabbing came to light.
Saudi-led bombings of medical facilities and schools have caused Doctors Without Borders to scale back its efforts, and have caused Congress to put the Obama administration on notice.
The collection from the photographer Charles M. Conlon, which includes portraits of Ruth, Gehrig and DiMaggio and Ty Cobb’s famous slide into third, is expected to sell for more than $1 million.
Aheda Zanetti, who created the full-body swimsuit, said her invention is about ‘freedom and happiness.’
Mylan’s price increases for the allergy treatment device highlight a common tactic in the industry: raising prices just before a generic competitor reaches the market.
“Glory,” Ms. Spears’s ninth studio album, is her latest attempt to reclaim her place on the pop charts.