Graphic: L. Frank Baum’s land over the rainbow
Edward J. MacKenzie, 54, was indicted on charges of racketeering, extortion, bribery, and money laundering.
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In an attack that raised new fears of terrorism in Britain, a man walking near a military barracks in south London was hacked to death by two assailants.
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Clay Buchholz improved to 7-0 and Andrew Bailey returned to close out a win that ended a 6-3 road trip.
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Timothy Murray’s sights may have been set on the governor’s office, but his plans were derailed by apparent missteps.
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Two days after a huge tornado barreled through, authorities allowed residents to search for belongings and assess damage.
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Ms. Clift Jones, 72, offered insights to medical students and raised funds to support research into finding biomarkers for the disease.
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Mayor Thomas M. Menino toured the new steel-clad “District Hall” on Wednesday, a victory lap of sorts.
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Despite warnings about sun worshiping, melanoma rates continue to rise, especially among young women.
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There is no buzz in the city around the Rangers, who trail far behind the Knicks, Yankees, Giants and Jets for local attention.
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Don’t let bloatware suck your phone’s memory: Delete apps you don’t need, shut off Facebook notifications, and clear the cache.
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Disaster relief money isn’t well-spent if it goes to repairing damage without taking steps to mitigate the effects of future disasters.
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North Korea’s move comes amid signs the country was trying to mend ties with Beijing and seeking breaches in economic and diplomatic pressure over its nuclear weapons development.
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The official who disclosed the agency had targeted conservative groups denied she had provided false information.
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Mr. Spiegel, 93, was one of the last surviving fighters of the Warsaw ghetto uprising of 1943,
the first armed urban rebellion in German-occupied Europe.
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