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  • Work begins to demolish Newtown school massacre site

    Work begins to demolish Newtown school massacre site
    NEWTOWN, Conn. — The firehouse is still there, just as it was on the day of the shooting, except for the 26 bronze stars adorning its roof: one for each victim of the Sandy Hook Elementary School massacre. The school is still there too, a short...
  • U.S. leads Philippine disaster relief but most Americans unengaged

    U.S. leads Philippine disaster relief but most Americans unengaged
    One in three overseas Filipinos lives in the United States and the U.S. government is leading the international relief effort after Typhoon Haiyan, but most Americans are tuned out of the disaster's aftermath, the Pew Research Center reported Tuesday. A...
  • New excavations begin at Florida reform school

    New excavations begin at Florida reform school
    With each scrape of the Florida Panhandle soil by an excavator's metal claw, anthropologists are moving a step closer to unraveling a century of mystery over the fates of missing boys from an infamous reform school. Some of those sent to the Arthur G....
  • National Chocolate Day: The best way to get chocolate wasted!

    National Chocolate Day: The best way to get chocolate wasted!
    Today is National Chocolate Day and to celebrate, we're giving you one ridiculously scrumptious way to get chocolate wasted. (And by chocolate wasted, we mean a way to get your chocolate fix and get really drunk on a fabulous cocktail too. Just make...
  • USC players get ready for the buzz at Oregon State

    USC players get ready for the buzz at Oregon State
    A nearby swim stadium is under construction, so USC players and coaches are accustomed to hearing heavy machinery during practice at Brian Kennedy-Howard Jones Field. But on Monday, interim Coach Ed Orgeron introduced the Trojans to something new....
  • Iranians express more optimism about nuclear talks

    Iranians express more optimism about nuclear talks
    GENEVA -- Iranian officials spoke more optimistically about the chances for a deal on their disputed nuclear program following a Friday morning meeting with the chief representative of the six major powers at talks aimed at curbing that program. In a...
  • Kerry, other diplomats join Iran talks but express caution

    Kerry, other diplomats join Iran talks but express caution
    GENEVA — Secretary of State John F. Kerry and foreign ministers of five other world powers Saturday joined ongoing negotiations with Iran over its nuclear program, but sought to tamp down expectations a deal was imminent. The top diplomats...
  • Iran agrees to nuclear limits

    Iran agrees to nuclear limits
    GENEVA — Six world powers and Iran reached a preliminary agreement early Sunday to curb Tehran's disputed nuclear program after a marathon negotiating session, potentially ending a decade of diplomatic stalemate. After four days of talks that...
  • Initial agreement reached with Iran on nuclear development

    Initial agreement reached with Iran on nuclear development
    GENEVA – Six world powers and Iran reached a preliminary agreement to curb Iran’s disputed nuclear program early Sunday after a marathon negotiating session, potentially ending a decade of stalemate. After four days of up-and-down...
  • Review: Pearl Jam rocks L.A. Sports Arena in first of two nights

    Review: Pearl Jam rocks L.A. Sports Arena in first of two nights
    Here's something that doesn't happen often in a musical climate overrun with less hearty breeds. A God's honest arena rock band, Pearl Jam, gigging a sold-out concert in an actual arena and illustrating  the ways in which a perfectly healthy beast can...
  • Afghanistan Center is her monument to her great love

    Afghanistan Center is her monument to her great love
    KABUL, Afghanistan — It was an extramarital affair that scandalized Kabul. It would also fuel a lifelong adventure and help create a legacy for Afghanistan. Author Nancy Hatch Dupree, eightysomething,¬†recently opened the Afghanistan Center at...