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For the first time since 1918, an eclipse will travel across the entire United States. Here’s a map of the eclipse’s path, how to view it and why it matters so much to scientists.
Federal officials are working with sheriffs on a legal maneuver to gain access to undocumented immigrants in local jails, a practice now limited by the courts.
The California-based energy company has agreed to pay $9.45 billion for the bankrupt power giant, the subject of a tussle between two billionaire investors.
Collisions of two ships are considered rare, but the episode on Monday was the second such case involving a American naval destroyer since June.
Rinat Akhmetshin, a Russian-born Washington gadfly, has often promoted causes that benefited President Vladimir V. Putin of Russia and his allies.
Rumors of a pardon for a former sheriff, Joe Arpaio, could deepen racial wounds exposed by the president’s comments on Charlottesville, Va.
The John S. McCain was traveling to a port in Singapore when it collided with a merchant vessel in the Strait of Malacca, the Navy said.
What was supposed to be an amicable departure for the president’s chief strategist became a messy exit after public furor over the president’s response to a race-fueled melee.
A Northwestern professor and an Oxford administrator charged with first-degree murder made their initial appearances in an Illinois courtroom on Sunday.