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Theodore Roosevelt's love of the country's untouched, natural beauty spurred him to create and conserve hundreds of national forests, parks and monuments during his presidency.
Forty years after his death, Pablo Neruda once again was writing and reciting love poems and he walked through Santiago's streets to the admiring gazes of Chileans — virtually, that is.
A federal judge Thursday gave the Internal Revenue Service a month to explain under sworn oath what happened to the missing emails of the woman at the heart of the scandal involving inappropriate targeting of conservative organizations.
Life can be good, but many times challenging. Think about the balancing act adult students have while working, taking care of families, studying and giving service to the community at the same time.
Here's your look at highlights from the weekly AP photo report, a gallery featuring a mix of front-page photography, the odd image you might have missed and lasting moments our editors think you should see.
Cold War documents released this week show that Soviet leaders were so worried about the 1968 Prague Spring reform movement in Czechoslovakia that they sent experienced KGB spies to help thwart it, a researcher said Thursday.
Squeezed in between auto parts shops and cafes off the crowded avenues of downtown Cairo, no blaring marquee announces this cinema. Instead look for a small blue doorway, marked by a discrete neon calligraphy sign and sometimes an old Peugeot pa...
Gov. Martin O'Malley highlighted Maryland on Tuesday as a fertile ground for cybersecurity business by visiting a company that designs software to detect internal threats to organizations — software the company CEO described as "a...
Me, you, all of us have spent hours in maddening discourse with the company computer help desk only to realize that the solution to our problems was receding deeper into unfathomable complexities.
If LeBron James ultimately decides to return to the Cleveland Cavaliers, it won't be because of a mysterious plane that landed Sunday evening in South Florida. Contrary to popular belief, Zydrunas Ilgauskas was not on that plane.