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Plus, if Cersei gets her elephants, Rhaegal and Drogon will have a nice hearty meal.
Downtown Day Services Center provides a place to shower, do laundry and use a computer
Victim is found on Pomeroy Road.
Plus, Baggage Check's Dr. Andrea helps a reader saddened by a brother's decision to wall himself off from the rest of the family.
Louisiana officials have laid out a mountain of evidence they say ties a 21-year-old white man to the burnings of three black churches
World leaders have offered prayers and aid for France as flames scorched the soaring Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris
Highs head back toward 70 degrees on Tuesday.
How one traveler who contracted measles in New York City traveled to the Detroit area and got 39 people sick. And how health officials tracked him down to control the outbreak.
World reacts with shock, horror and prayers to the massive fire at the Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris
The famous Paris cathedral suffered major damage after a fire Monday. But it has been brought back from the brink before.
A letter to Damascus High School families also said prosecutors are looking into “a culture of assaultive behavior” at the school.
His critics say they are practicing civil disobedience. The congressman call their actions “stalking.”
Wilbon was among the many that took to the Internet to voice disdain when weather coverage interrupted the Masters.
The medieval masterpiece is a sacred space that serves as the spiritual as well as the cultural heart of France.
Birmingham meteorologist James Spann tactfully urged his viewers to acquire this basic skill.
Ralph Northam backed out of a campaign fundraiser and won’t preside over commencement ceremonies this season in the wake of his blackface scandal.
Skylar Newman was found unconscious in a residence in Southeast Washington.
Sunday’s weather not only altered the schedule of the prestigious tournament but ultimately played a profound role in its outcome.
The party is in talks with other 2020 hopefuls to attend its event.
The long-serving speaker of the House of Delegates will lie in repose in the State House until 10 a.m. Tuesday.