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Six months after the neighborhood of Breezy Point in Queens, New York, suffered a devastating fire and flooding during Superstorm Sandy, most of the debris has been cleared, but residents are still struggling to rebuild.
Theirs are the faces behind the numbers. A hard-working college student. A fun-loving 2-year-old.
Social breakdown fuels sexual violence and its aftermath in disaster-ravaged tent cities
Photojournalist Kuni Takahashi returned to his native Japan following the devastating earthquake and tsunami to talk to the survivors.
Iraqis describe life in their country after eight years after the US invasion
View a panoramic image of the National Sept. 11 Memorial.
View a 360 degree panoramic image of the National September 11 Memorial
The Ice Skating Rink at Rockefeller Center celebrates its 75 year as one of the most visited attraction in New York City.
View an interactive 3-D image of Times Square at night.
The wife of a British soldier murdered in London said Friday she thought he was safe in England, as video footage emerged showing the moments that police shot two men later arrested over the killing.
In a speech to the graduating class of 2013 at the U.S. Naval Academy in Annapolis, Md., President Barack Obama challenged the 1,047 graduates to “live with integrity” and help restore trust in a military that has been stained by recent charges of sexual assault.
Maria Wells said she never intended to be a landlord. She sells real estate; she doesn't invest in it.
PST: Borussia Dortmund and Bayern Munich have plenty of familiarity as they meet in the Champions League final, but they've never played with stakes like these.
Morgan Freeman has clarified that he did not actually doze off during an early-morning interview to promote his new movie. Nope, he was just updating Facebook.
Where did all those early childhood memories go? They probably got cut off by fast-growing brain cells, scientists say.
Hordes of winged cicadas are coming out and turning up the music for their biggest party in 17 years, stretching from North Carolina through Virginia to New York — but experts aren't yet sure just how big the party will get.