A 9-year-old girl who was hit by a small plane when it crashed on a Florida beach Sunday has died from her injuries, officials said.
The CIA acknowledged Thursday that its employees had secretly searched Senate computer files related to an investigation of the agency?s Bush-era harsh interrogation program, apologized to key senators and abandoned its previous insistence that it had done nothing wrong.
The Wisconsin Supreme Court backed Gov. Scott Walker on Thursday in the key areas of labor relations and voter identification, handing the Republican governor victories during this year's fiercely contested election.
These are tough times for Batman in Gotham City.
Surveillance drones that hunt drug smugglers along the Mexican border could soon be grounded. Installation of pole-top cameras and ground sensors to intercept illegal crossings might be delayed.
There is dark, and then there is the über-noir, transgressive vision of modernist choreographer Angelin Preljocaj. Founding Ballet Preljocaj in Champigny-sur-Marne in 1984, the French-born Albanian shot to fame in 1990 by setting "Romeo and Juliet" in an Orwellian dystopia, his Juliet a daughter of a Ceau¿escu-style dictator, his Romeo a homeless drifter. Five years later, he created "Annonciation," which drew protests from orthodox Russians when it showed the archangel Gabriel as a woman who kisses the Virgin Mary. And not many audiences can forget Preljocaj's "Rite of Spring," made in 2001, in which a gang rape occurs, and the Chosen...