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Wednesday, July 29, 2015
Vianel Garcia told family members they could sleep on the floor of her East Harlem hair salon when Pope Francis visits the city in September so they can try to catch a glimpse of him when he makes a stop at a school across from her business.
The Boy Scouts of America (BSA) officially ended its ban on gay troop leaders Monday, a historic but controversial shift after years of legal wrangling and internal strife.
American lawyer and writer Samuel Pisar, one of the youngest Holocaust survivors and former advisor to U.S. President John F. Kennedy, has died in New York aged 86.
Police in the U.S. say a man drove off with a bag containing US$150,000 in cash after two employees who were replenishing a cash machine mistakenly left it on a lawn.
Hillary Clinton laid out ambitious plans Monday to invest in solar and other renewable energy if elected U.S. president, drawing a contrast with her fossil fuel-loving Republican rivals.
Mental illness led to 2012 Colorado theater massacre, psychiatrist says
Defense attorneys trying to spare the life of Colorado theater shooter James Holmes turned Monday to a court-appointed psychiatrist who previously testified for prosecutors that Holmes was legally sane during the 2012 attack but his mental illness led him to open fire.
When the younger sister of Colorado theater shooter James Holmes visited him in jail nearly two years after the attack, she no longer saw the loving brother who protected her when they were growing up.
Biden, NY governor lift lid on plans to overhaul 'third world' LaGuardia
A year after comparing New York's LaGuardia Airport to "some Third World Country," U.S. Vice President Joe Biden helped unveil an ambitious plan Monday to rebuild its collection of aging terminals into a modern, unified hub while easing congestion by doubling the space available for planes to operate.
NY to host US$600 mil. photonics research hub
Rochester, whose fortunes have risen and fallen with the demand for futuristic technologies from former powerhouses like Xerox and Kodak, is looking for its next big breakthrough in the field of integrated photonics, a light science with the potential to transform communications, medicine and national defense.
Some buses in the capital of El Salvador have stopped running after two drivers were killed and rumors circulated that the Central American country's "Mara" street gangs planned to burn buses.
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
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