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Lay out your abandonment issues for your fiance, and work on controlling them.
Plus, New Yorkers are as expected ~thrilled~ that de Blasio is running — just ask The New York Post.
Works created during the Pow! Wow! DC festival put signs of personal growth and worries about the Internet on display.
A person with knowledge of the situation says the Colorado Rockies are expected to call up top prospect Brendan Rodgers
Starter Dan Straily makes another early exit, and the bullpen again proves unreliable.
The 53-year-old crowd favorite said it was "almost embarrassing" to use the cart and that he'd rather walk if he could.
A court in central Japan is hearing arguments over whether dolphin hunting violates the nation’s animal cruelty laws
The San Jose Sharks have had their fair share of puck luck during their playoff run
A 57-year-old man arrested for taking part in protests against Nicaragua’s government had been killed by a bullet in a prison north of the capital amid disturbances that left six prison officials injured
The Denver Broncos are lining up versatile defensive back Kareem Jackson at safety and in the slot position during organized team activities
A lawyer for a Tennessee inmate who was executed by lethal injection says she believes he suffered excruciating pain during the process
The foreign minister of Burkina Faso is warning that terrorist activity in Africa’s volatile Sahel region is gaining ground and there is “a very real risk” of destabilizing the whole region
The order calls for a public transcript of the call by the former national security adviser that was a critical avenue in the Mueller probe.
Drew Lock says he doesn’t begrudge Joe Flacco for saying his top priority is to win games, not mentor the Broncos’ rookie quarterback
Antetokounmpo, Bucks can take 2-0 series lead over Raptors in Eastern Conference finals
The Senate approved Wednesday a series of drug policy changes that strengthen penalties for traffickers and introduce forced admissions of addicts in private and religious centers
Saudi Arabia blames Tehran for drone attack by Yemen’s rebels that knocked out key oil pipeline, as newspaper close to palace calls for “surgical” U.S. strikes on Iran