Austria's new chancellor is rejecting suggestions that his government will align broadly with eastern nations that have clashed with the European Union over migrants and other issues.
Beginning March 1, the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City is changing its longtime voluntary admissions policy. It will now charge a mandatory $25 for most out-of-staters, while keeping its "pay-what-you-wish" policy for New Yorkers.
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The California Department of Justice concluded a white student was discriminated against and harassed by a Native American lecturer at San Diego State University.
A sheriff's deputy who was beaten on a Florida interstate more than a year ago has died.
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An Islamic State group offshoot in Egypt has officially declared war on Gaza-based Palestinian terror group Hamas, releasing a 22-minute video purporting to show the execution of an alleged collaborator.
ABC star George Stephanopoulos faces increased pressure with Matt Lauer, Charlie Rose off morning show map
Clinton crony George Stephanopoulos faces increased pressure at ABC after morning-show competitors Matt Lauer and Charlie Rose have been fired for sexual misconduct.
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Asghar Khan, veteran politician and the first Pakistani air force chief after the country gained independence from Britain, has died.
A man accused of shooting a pregnant woman in North Carolina who later gave birth has turned himself in.
Yemen's Shiite rebels say they have fired a ballistic missile targeting a military camp in the Saudi city of Najran.
A Greek court has ruled that two Macedonian men arrested on an international warrant issued by their country on charges related to a wiretapping scandal should be extradited.
Official figures show inflation across the 19-country eurozone dipping modestly in December largely because of a moderation in the growth of energy price rises.
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After initially withholding details about the mid-December deaths of a mother and daughter in Fresno, Calif., police said Thursday that both women died of gunshot wounds.
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