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Holidaymakers expecting to lounge by the shimmering Aegean this year confront the new face of Europe on the Greek island of Lesvos: war-torn, wave-washed migrants camped in the open.
Dylann Roof, the white man accused of the deadly church shooting, is 21-- making him a millennial. That generation is often pointed to as a harbinger of U.S. future racial diversity and tolerance.
Gunther Schuller, who bridged classical music and jazz, has died at age 89. The Pulitzer Prize-winning composer, conductor and educator ranged widely in his musicianship.
Newly published research by two Stanford geophysicists adds to a growing body of scientific evidence linking Oklahoma's exponential earthquake surge to wells used by the oil and gas industry.
In Huntington Beach, Calif., 66 surfers crammed onto one longboard and stood together for more than 10 seconds while riding a wave. Thousands cheering on the beach watched the record being broken.
A study finds people who eat more pickles, sauerkraut or kimchi have less social anxiety. It's not clear if the food made people feel better, or if the people who felt better ate that food.