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On March 24, 1900 Mayor Robert Van Wyck ceremoniously launched construction of the city's first subway line, commemorated as "Tunnel Day"
The high school junior was a straight-A student, class officer and robotics whiz, who nonetheless felt she wasn't ever good enough – signs she kept hidden until she ended her life
Designer Thomas Heatherwick's 150-foot-tall, $150 million three-dimensional public space is the centerpiece of New York's newest neighborhood
Here are the scheduled games and all the results so far for this year's NCAA Tournament action
The parents of the 8- and 5-year-old said it's normal for them to play unsupervised on their 80-acre property
"What's happened here is criminal," Sen. Richard Blumenthal said of conditions at military housing locations, which include black mold, lead paint and pest infestations
A Texas homeowner who reported seeing "a few" snakes under his home actually had dozens of rattlesnakes living beneath his house
The race wasn't just for the medal; Thomas Panek was raising money for a good cause
Animal's owner suffered cuts and bruises and needed stitches on her head
Fans of the iconic '90s hit were, "totally buggin'"
"Attorney General Bar, who auditioned for his role with a memo saying that it was almost impossible for any president to commit obstruction, made a decision in under 48 hours," the New York Democrat told reporters
On obstruction of justice, the special counsel report "does not conclude that the President committed a crime, it also does not exonerate him"
Forbes has updated their billionaires list, detailing the richest people around the world.
An Israeli company licenses software around the world that can crack just about any smartphone, but is its use always on the side of good?
The University of Georgia has suspended the Tau Kappa Epsilon fraternity after a racist video leaked
The White House called the attorney general's summary of the special counsel's report a "total and complete exoneration" of the president
The three-time Super Bowl winner made his announcement Sunday
Police said the fire caused damage to the Islamic Center of Escondido and crews found graffiti with a hate message spray painted on a wall
It is the second time in one week that a survivor of the school shooting died by suicide
"This was an illegal takedown that failed and, hopefully, somebody's going to be looking at the other side," Mr. Trump said
The president declared "complete and total exoneration" after Attorney General William Barr released his summary of special counsel Robert Mueller's findings
The company said the avocadods were sold in bulk across California, Arizona, Florida, Wisconsin, North Carolina and New Hampshire
Attorney General William Barr summarized Special Counsel Robert Mueller's investigation in a letter to lawmakers Sunday
"Let's take the first step in terms of the full disclosure of the report and the underlying documentation," Jeffries said on "Face the Nation" Sunday
"They got Bob Mueller, the guy who everyone said is right next to Jesus, can almost walk on water. They got the guy they wanted," the Ohio Republican said
The California Democrat said Attorney General William Barr should make the findings of special counsel's long-awaited report public
From a crucial Supreme Court hearing on gerrymandering to baseball's Opening Day, "Sunday Morning" takes a look at some notable events of the week ahead
The Atlantic writer says courtroom drama-style revelations are not how reality usually works – nor is hiding information in a democracy
In 1979, in the worst nuclear power plant accident in U.S. history, a series of mishaps caused the release of radiation at the Pennsylvania facility
This year some 70 million bracket-makers are competing for cash prizes and office bragging rights; it's a tradition that started at a bar in Staten Island, N.Y., drawing attention from mobs of fans – and the IRS
Now that the special counsel's probe has ended, congressional and state investigations into the president's administration and business are expected to ramp up
Russian interference in our elections has already been proven; Now, what do we do with the special counsel's investigative findings?
"48 Hours" examines a case that dives deep into the dynamics of a brutal custody battle, a shocking death of a beloved mother of three and an investigation that leads police in a direction they couldn't have predicted
There was no winner in the $638.8 million Powerball jackpot Saturday