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Students allege that the university is mistreating victims of sexual assault and harassment, especially women and LGBTQ students.
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The historian's trilogy, The Problem of Slavery, won the Pulitzer Prize and the National Book Award, among others. More than that, though, a colleague says Davis' work "shook up the field of history."
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President Macron said he wants to see Notre Dame rebuilt within five years. Hundreds of millions of dollars were raised toward that effort one day after a fire damaged the cathedral.
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It's not clear how the animal ended up stranded in the middle of the Gulf of Thailand. But the pup, now named Boonrod, is gaining strength and looks happy and well-fed.
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Engel played Georgette, the wide-eyed girlfriend of anchorman Ted Baxter. She had a long career on television, including roles on Everybody Loves Raymond, Coach, and Hot In Cleveland.
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Despite public health warnings about benzene contamination in the town's water supply, some Paradise residents say they have no choice but to return.
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These job-based programs can motivate employees to make some changes in behavior, research finds, but don't seem to move the dial on workers' health status or employer spending on health care.
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This could be a crucial year for the powerful gene-editing technique CRISPR as researchers start testing it in patients to treat diseases such as cancer, blindness, and sickle cell disease.
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Katelyn McClure pleaded guilty to theft by deception in state court. $400,000 was raised to help a homeless man, but prosecutors say McClure and her then-boyfriend spent most on themselves.
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It's the latest sign that Democrats will continue to seek information on potential criminal activity by President Trump and his businesses after special counsel Robert Mueller's report is made public.
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After years of tension over expanded oil and gas drilling, including a deadly explosion that galvanized critics, the state is moving to tighten regulations on the booming industry.
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Victor Hugo wrote Notre Dame de Paris in the 19th century to draw attention to the cathedral, which had fallen into neglect and disrepair. It worked.
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For years, New Zealand's government and international media worked to keep Louisa Akavi's name secret. Now the Red Cross hopes that releasing it will lead to information on her whereabouts.
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After a second 737 Max jet crashed in Ethiopia, it took Boeing weeks to speak openly about the role its flight control software may have played. Critics say that's too long.
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Is a clothing line called "FUCT" entitled to trademark protection? The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office said no. Now the Supreme Court must decide.
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No Republican presidential candidate has claimed the state's 10 Electoral College votes since Richard Nixon in 1972 — the longest blue streak in the country.
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Julian Assange probably won't have access to his laptop computer for a while, but that may not mean that the organization he created won't still release secrets and, potentially, affect elections.
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Valor I, Valor II and Starr, a trio of bald eagles in Illinois, hatched three eaglets this year. No such luck for the closely watched eagle couples of Washington, D.C.
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See which 2020 presidential candidate has raised the most money, who has spent the most, where the candidates' funding comes from — and how the Democrats stack up against President Trump.
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Notre Dame Cathedral of Paris burned on Monday. Its spire fell. But the French Gothic structure was not fully lost, especially in memories of beloved national symbol.
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