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Four years of drought have reduced Lake San Antonio to only 5% of maximum capacity. The lake closed indefinitely on July 1.
Health insurer Aetna Inc. said Friday it would buy smaller rival Humana Inc. for about $37 billion in the largest ever deal in the insurance industry.
"We are ready to begin the process — it will be a process — to develop plans for repopulation, removing the evacuation in phases," City Manager Greg McClain said Friday.
Five-year-old owl Fuku-chan and two-month-old kitten Marimo have become an internet sensation after sparking a friendship at coffee shop in Osaka, Japan.
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange made an apparent appeal for asylum in France on Friday, only to be immediately rejected by the French government.
Donald Trump's anti-immigrant tirade produced a bump in the polls, but public relations and brand strategists say he has tarnished his personal brand.
After a spike in attacks, the director of the North Carolina Division of Marine Fisheries named the sharks that could be responsible.
Annual 4th of July Celebrations at Britain's largest U.S. Air Force base have been cancelled amid heightened fears of a terrorist attack.
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Visitors to the Naftalan health center in oil-rich Azerbaijan pay good money for a bath that leaves them needing several showers to get clean.
The families of passengers killed when a jet was deliberately crashed in the French Alps are "appalled" by a compensation offer, their lawyers say.
A judge and one of her old middle school classmates had an emotional reunion in court after he was arrested.
An FDNY firefighter who responded to the World Trade Center after the Sept. 11 terror attacks just hit the jackpot.
America's spies and HR offices are going back to pen and paper after last month's two big data breaches.
Secretary of State John Kerry said negotiators working to craft a deal with Iran to keep it from developing nuclear weapons were "making progress."
The identity of the body and a cause of death were not immediately determined, but family members Raven Joy Campbell used to live at the apartment.
Albuquerque police identified the man killed in a shootout as Tomorio Walton, 27, and said he was a parole absconder from Memphis.
A woman living in rural northwestern Washington has died from measles, state health officials said Thursday. It's the first U.S. death in 12 years.