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The CIA failed to stop 9/11. But the reason why is a problem extending beyond the intelligence community.
Tokyo's Fuwaku rugby club has three players over the age of 90.
Rani Bhati is a teacher getting children who have left school back into mainstream education.
Amid a growing backlash against fast fashion, firms are looking at new fabrics from mushrooms and pineapples.
Footage suggests some evacuees without US visas were asked to disembark a ferry heading to Florida.
A Pennsylvania couple spent nearly all of a mistaken transfer on an SUV and other items, police say.
In laws critics say hark back to a racist past couples must declare their race before getting wed.
Created by Klaus Littmann, the installation is a statement against climate change and deforestation.
The US president says he personally chose to cancel the talks after the killing of a US soldier.
Fifty states and territories will investigate Google's dominance of the online advertising market.
A fourth person has also been seriously injured in the incident in the city's Heimerstein district.
His comments come after he cancelled secret talks as a deal with the Taliban seemed near.
Financier Victor Vescovo completes his quest to visit the deepest parts of Earth's five oceans.
The US Coastguard has made contact with four missing crew members of a cargo ship that capsized.
Margaret Atwood says threats to women's rights give her characters a new resonance.
Margaret Atwood says there were concerted efforts to obtain the manuscript before it was published.
Three Democratic-led committees accuse the president of targeting a possible political opponent.
US regulators have sent a warning to the e-cigarette company, as health officials probe deaths.
The US Coastguard makes contact with crew members of the Golden Ray, which capsized on Sunday.
A wave of attacks on foreign-owned businesses in South Africa has left at least 10 dead.