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In “Lost Children Archive,” an unhappily married couple set out on a road trip, with their two young children, to visit the ancestral homeland of the Apaches in Arizona.
Representative Ilhan Omar’s implication that Jewish money is driving pro-Israel sentiments has drawn fierce rebukes, this time from Democrats and Republicans.
Some species pack increase their size by more than 50 percent as temperatures cool.
After a video surfaced of the star running back kicking a woman, Hunt lost his job with the Chiefs. Now he gets a second chance.
Research on Stone Age tombs throughout Europe offers a new answer to an old debate on where and when the iconic stone works were first built
Faced with a plummeting population, Hungary’s leader promised a tax exemption to mothers with four or more children. Experts say the plan won’t work.
Wall Street languished near the starting gate in mid-afternoon trading on Monday as investor hopes over U.S.-China trade talks were muted by concerns about possible congressional gridlock and a diminished 2019 earnings outlook.
A Democratic lawmaker’s push to swiftly begin impeachment proceedings stalled on Monday in the face of furious opposition from the party’s black caucus.
Blue Heron presented works from the 16th-century Peterhouse Partbooks, which barely made it through the cultural cataclysms of British history.
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New data for 2018’s fourth quarter shows the British economy growing at its slowest pace since 2012, bringing the broad impact of a no-deal split from the European Union into sharp relief.
Kwame Raoul, the attorney general, wants the Chicago officer’s prison term reviewed. Some have questioned whether less than seven years was enough in Laquan McDonald’s death.
In “All the Lives We Ever Lived,” Katharine Smyth revisits “To the Lighthouse” for comfort and insight after the death of her father.
Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman aims to liberalize parts of society and promote the arts, but that could be overshadowed by violent acts under his rule.
Her research raised the profile of a composer too often overshadowed by her husband and established her as a major figure of German Romanticism.