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The Adonia crossed overnight from Florida to Havana, becoming the first cruise ship in nearly 40 years to make the trip.
Mr. Hastert’s admission of abusing boys has prompted a reassessment of his tenure, and he emerges as a deeply flawed leader.
Watch as guests turn this year’s theme — “Manus x Machina: Fashion in an Age of Technology” — into fashion statements under the eye of Anna Wintour, the gala’s chairwoman, and hosts who include Taylor Swift and Idris Elba.
Several groups are working to reduce the inappropriate use of opioids.
Country music is generating new ways of poking fun at itself, with cheekiness being much more common than outright comedy.
The governor, in a shift on mandatory testing, said the move would address parents’ concerns about the safety of drinking water.
The club, which held off challenges from England’s bigger, richer soccer powers all season, clinched its title on a day off.
A Washington doctor said hospital officials broke the law by ordering her to stop publicly defending abortion after the Colorado shooting in November.
CBS says it brought in a new executive producer for “The Late Show” so Mr. Colbert could focus on hosting. Now the network has to give him room to do what he does best.
Senator Ted Cruz tried to change the minds of Trump supporters who were protesting his appearance outside a campaign event a day before the Indiana primary.
A device called the Pavlok is being marketed as a way to actually fulfill those New Year’s resolutions, by delivering a jolt.
Prince holds five places in the Top 10 as his album sales surge in the weeks following his death.
It can also be a piece of pie, or custard — so says a professor and author who spreads the magic of numbers through dessert recipes.
Gennady Tkachenko-Papizh, a journeyman performer, found widespread web renown for his televised displays of imitating sounds from nature.
In New York to present a choreography prize, Mr. Filin talks about dance and how his life has changed since the attack, which damaged his eyesight.
Nearly all of Detroit's public schools were closed Monday and more than 45,000 students missed classes after about half the district's teachers called out sick to protest the possibility that some of them won't get paid over the summer if the struggling district runs out of cash.
A sharp rise in violence has left the city in ruins, but Secretary of State John Kerry said negotiations in Geneva were progressing.
Hundreds of people stormed the Iraqi capital’s Green Zone on Saturday, only to disperse on Sunday. Here’s a breakdown of what they were doing, and why.
In Louisiana’s Cajun country, Hawk’s restaurant draws diners with spicy crawfish and doughnut bread pudding.
The wait at a labor market in Shenyang, a large city in northeastern China, drives workers to beg, worry about families, resort to dark humor and ignore billboards urging entrepreneurship.