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The 75th anniversary of the founding of the United Nations, founded to maintain the peace in the wake of the Second World War ...
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The bipartisan city Board of Elections isn’t supposed to endorse candidates, but it just gave a huge boost to one. The hack ...
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Mac Davis, a country singer and a songwriter who wrote some of Elvis Presley’s biggest hits and also had success as an actor, ...
The male-only group describes themselves as “western chauvinists,” and they have been known to incite street violence.
A Bronx man accused of using a machete to fatally hack a man he met on a dating hook-up app was ordered held without bail ...