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A host of correctional officers and prison executives have been placed on leave from Clinton Correctional facility following the escape of two convicted murderers, authorities said Tuesday.
Vandalism and exposure to the elements has destroyed around 30 percent of the Great Wall of China, according to Chinese state-run media.
A federal appeals court in New York says Apple violated antitrust laws by colluding with publishers to raise electronic book prices in 2010.
Pope Francis will stop at the 9/11 Memorial, celebrate Mass at Madison Square Garden and visit a Philadelphia prison.
What do you do with a prisoner who's prone to escape? That's the question many are asking now that fugitive murderer David Sweat has been recaptured.
Tuesday is exactly one second longer than Monday, but despite all the apocalyptic headlines, chances are you won't even notice.
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Extremists hailing from nearly a dozen countries are fighting in Afghanistan, according to Afghan President Ashraf Ghani.
NBC is ending its business relationship with Donald Trump over his recent comments about Mexican immigrants.
The French prosecutor has requested preliminary terrorism charges to be filed against Salhi and has opened a formal terrorism investigation.
With Greece nearly certain to default on a 1.6-billion-euro bond payment due Tuesday, the long-feared prospect of Hellenic financial chaos is here.
David Sweat told investigators after his capture that only prison seamstress Joyce Mitchell was in on the plot.
The rule change would raise the threshold for people who earn overtime pay from $23,660 to $50,440 by 2016.
Fifty Shades of Grey author EL James endured some pain of her own when Twitter users took advantage of a Q&A to make fun of her erotic fiction.