Officials from Brooklyn Center said that the fatal shooting was an “accidental discharge,” and released body-camera video of the encounter.
Stir-fried, tossed with pasta or baked: Put this sign of spring to work.
The brothers paid homage to the Duke of Edinburgh’s service to the nation and to the Queen, but also shared personal memories of their grandfather.
A coalition of 60 law firms has joined business leaders about the need for companies to use their clout to oppose state legislation that would make it harder to vote.
Bailey talks about his new biography, and Julia Sweig discusses “Lady Bird Johnson: Hiding in Plain Sight.”
An Air Force veteran and former lion tamer, she helped her adopted country fall in love with tapirs, macaws and peccaries.
In a year of uncertainty, many people turned to the game for answers.
In JoAnne Tompkins’s debut novel, “What Comes After,” a town reeling from unimaginable loss opens its doors to a pregnant stranger.
Once vengefully drained by Saddam Hussein, the wetlands in southeastern Iraq have since been partially restored. Now the region and its isolated settlements face a new set of challenges.
By winning the Masters, the publicity-shy golfer will face a news media spotlight that trails every move of Japanese athletes abroad.
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