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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 start of tornado season was late but deadly, and now severe weather with the potential for twisters threatens parts of the Plains and Midwest -- including major cities -- heading into the weekend, forecasters said.
First Read: It hasn’t been a fun week in the West Wing, but President Barack Obama insisted Friday that his focus remains on job creation despite Washington’s tendency to get “distracted” by political battles.
Like the Caribbean of old, the waters near Somalia used to be the most heavily pirated in the world. Now there's a new king of the pirates that's quickly become a headache for governments, shipping companies, cruise lines, energy firms, global conglomerates and—perhaps most immediately—for sailors trying to ply trade.
Orb is the even-money favorite at Saturday's Preakness, and there's a growing feeling that this 3-year-old bay colt may be special enough to give thoroughbred racing its first Triple Crown champion since Affirmed in 1978.
There's been no confirmation, but lots of speculation and excitement that Blue Ivy may soon have a sibling to hang out with.
Angelina Jolie’s revelation this week that she’d had both breasts removed to lower her risk of cancer came as a bombshell to many -- but not to three sisters from Berkeley Heights, N.J. Cathy Balsamo, Cindy Lepore and Patti Broccoli have spent the past year grappling with the dilemma that Jolie faced: What to do when a genetic mutation means you’ve got a sky-high chance of breast or ovarian cancer?
There's been a groundswell of 17-year cicadas in Virginia and other southern states, as revealed by a fresh wave of photos and eyewitness reports.