The $55 billion takeover could be announced as soon as Tuesday, said a person with direct knowledge of the talks.
Seven jury members who voted to convict a former clerk of murder in his deadlocked trial met in SoHo on Monday, the day of Etan’s disappearance 36 years ago.
With two members claiming the presidency, disarray has befallen the Korean American Association of Greater New York, one of the oldest such groups in the region.
Republicans in Iowa are starting to swoon over Ms. Fiorina, a former Silicon Valley executive who is mostly unknown in much of the country.
Even as women distinguish themselves as enlisted soldiers, many struggle with depression and a sense of alienation in an intensely male military world.
A leftist faction in Mr.
The pressure cooker was found in an unattended vehicle on the National Mall on Sunday, and the vehicle’s owner was arrested, the Capitol Police said.
Lawyers for Angelika Graswald, who was charged with murder after her fiancé, Vincent Viafore, disappeared, confirmed the identification.
A hazardous new synthetic drug known as flakka is being blamed for 18 recent deaths in a single South Florida county.
While the refugees wait for citizenship or resettlement, they are not allowed to work or send their children to government-accredited schools.
A five-week boot-camp-style introduction to the television industry, exclusively for military veterans, began with the host of “The Daily Show.”
Two players from Sweden lost their opening-round matches at the French Open, but it had been four years since Sweden had had a man in the main draw.
Judy Blume’s first novel for adults in 17 years is about a ninth-grade Jewish girl and her New Jersey community in the aftermath of three plane crashes in the town.
More than 139 graves, some containing multiple bodies, have been found in 28 camps near the Thai border in the state of Perlis, a police official said.
On Nov. 21, 2006, before a modest crowd at Davidson’s John M.
Tampa Bay used a physical style to block 24 shots, and its skill was too much for the Rangers, who were shut out at Madison Square Garden.
A refurbished stadium and a new culture under Coach Brett Boretti have changed baseball at Columbia, which recently won the Ivy League title for the third year in a row.
Sony’s relationships with digital services were exposed last week when a now outdated licensing contract with Spotify was leaked online and friction with SoundCloud spilled into view.
A ruling against pension cuts and political divisions have made a dire situation worse for the state, as well as Chicago and its schools, which face shortfalls of their own.
American airport officials know the ride-hailing phenomenon will not recede, and they are rewriting regulations to welcome all manner of cars.
Once built behind fake bookcases or trap doors, fortified spaces today double as bathrooms, closets and even master bedroom suites.
As public sector employment, once a dependable pathway to success for many blacks, was cut in the downturn, African-American communities suffered an outsize toll.
Asked in 2014 to share their experiences, female soldiers and veterans talked about serving where “a lot of respect slips through the cracks.”
Malaysian authorities say they have discovered 139 suspected graves in a series of abandoned camps used by human traffickers on the border with Thailand where Rohingya Muslims fleeing Myanmar have been held.
Former Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert has been sentenced to eight months in prison for unlawfully accepting money from a U.S.
At a conference over the weekend, about 150 people celebrated John Mullan, the Army engineer who was responsible for a vital route in the Northwest.
A bill before the New York State Legislature would give restaurants the option of allowing dogs into back gardens and sidewalk patios when accompanied by a human diner.
The carmaker’s unwillingness to fix some rusty Jeeps comes as the highway safety agency is preparing for a hearing on the automaker’s recall practices in general.