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Altschool is backed by Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg, as well as VC firms Andreessen Horowitz and Founders Fund.
The restaurant in the town of Petlawad in Madhya Pradesh state was crowded with people having breakfast Saturday when the blasts occurred.
A long band of toxic algae blooming off the West Coast of the United States shows no sign of receding months after scientists first observed it.
Russia called on Friday for military-to-military cooperation with the United States to avert "unintended incidents" as it stages navy exercises off the coast of Syria, where U.S. officials believe Moscow is building up forces to protect President Bashar al-Assad.
A restive part of China's old Silk Route is in a fight to preserve its culture and language as unrest between the local Uighur people and Han Chinese plague the region.
This West Bank teen has become the poster child for the Palestinian fight against Israeli occupation.
Sam had always wanted to grow his own pot. So when it became legal in Washington D.C. he entered the D.C. State Fair "Best Buds" competition.
The clash between secular and Jewish observers in Israel widens, and now Saturday soccer, a century-old tradition in the country, is under threat.
A soldier died after going missing during a parachute jump over Washington state, officials said early Saturday.
This year has seen the highest number of Marine deaths in aviation-related incidents since 2012, when 15 service members were killed.
On the anniversary of 9/11, a student was forced to take his flag down when he hung it from the window of an on-campus townhouse in Pennsylvania.
Authorities did not identify the man or the charges, but said the charges aren't related to a string of freeway shootings.
An airline passenger faces charges after authorities say he urinated on other travelers on a flight from Anchorage to Portland, Oregon.
The Republican candidate faces a parody of himself on the show and joked that he would apologize "if I'm ever wrong."
James Blake said he wants to use his voice and the incident as a "catalyst for change" and called for improvements to police-community relations.
The Securities and Exchange Commission officer at Union Station in Washington D.C. shot the man after he allegedly stabbed a woman on Friday.
Disciplinary action could be taken against the two officers after they were recorded joking about shooting people while discussing body cameras.