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Clinton argued that Puerto Rico, which faces $72 billion in public debt, should be given the option to file for Chapter 9 bankruptcy.
An Alabama man who found in their wedding album in a digital photo frame tracked them down through a Facebook post.
Google has begun testing its self-driving cars in Austin, expanding efforts to gather information on how the prototypes work in the real world.
George Takei apologizes for calling US Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas "a clown in blackface."
If you think it's expensive living in Silicon Valley or Beverly Hills, try buying a place in Sagaponack, N.Y.
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Iran and major powers will continue negotiations on an historic nuclear deal past Tuesday's deadline for a long-term agreement.
As Londoners paused to remember victims on the 10th anniversary of the 7/7 transit bombings, experts warned that terrorism remains a threat.
Claude Monet's iconic water lilies almost never existed after French farmers tried to block his plans to build a water garden, it has been revealed.
Officer Wardell Johnson has been accused of withholding evidence related to the arrest of Travis Boys.
Bill Cosby said in a 2005 legal deposition that he obtained prescriptions of a powerful sedative to give to women he wanted to have sex with, according to documents released Monday in a Pennsylvania court.
At least three people were injured when ice caves on a remote Washington state mountaintop partly collapsed for the second straight day.
In a new interview with the U.K. edition of Esquire magazine, Paul McCartney has opened up on the subject of John Lennon.
Robocalls pitching interest rate reductions on credit card balances continue to plague consumers, despite federal efforts to stop the con artists.
The boss of UNESCO says that ISIS' rampant destruction and looting of millennia-old heritage sites amounts to a form of "cultural cleansing."