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Envelopes will be placed in 160,000 rooms in the U.S. and Canada.
Former Israeli Mossad chief, military general Yitzhak Hofi dead at 87
Review: 'The Golem of Hollywood' by Kellerman father-son duo is unwieldly, overwritten
Migrant organization: About 500 feared dead after boat rammed, sunk off Malta coast last week
If and when Hillary Clinton runs for president again, history will record that her campaign began in all but name with a swarm of young and "ready" activists, stage-managed banter about grilled hunks of Iowa meat, and a concession that she's "thinking about" what she referred to only as "that other thing."
Strict dress code results in 200 detentions at a Staten Island high school
Sunday was a difficult day for NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell.
Apple iPhone 6 orders exceed supply, some pre-orders to ship in October
Marvin G. Goldman has accomplished much in his life so far. In addition to a 43-year career as an international attorney, he'll be married 50 years this month and is the father of three kids. He's perhaps best known for holding the world's largest collection of El Al Airlines memorabilia, with an estimated 40,000 pieces in his collection. He's the author of two books on El Al. Perhaps most striking to a visitor to his Upper West Side apartment is how he's managed to confine his vast collection to just one impeccably organized bedroom.
Alina Kabayeva, gymnast reputedly linked to Putin, steps down from parliament
South African Olympic committee: Oscar Pistorius still free to compete after conviction
The win is the third straight victory for the Empire State.
Residents and tourists hunkered down in shelters and hotel conference rooms overnight as a powerful and sprawling Hurricane Odile made landfall on the southern Baja California peninsula.
Vatican says no extra security or changed plans for pope in Albania despite Islamic threat
Gilead Sciences to license cheaper generic version of Sovaldi for use in developing countries
Iran rejects call for global strategy against extremists; France says 'no time to lose'
2 British tourists found battered to death at popular island in southern Thailand