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"The entire U.S. mainland is within our firing range and if the U.S. dares to invade our sacred territory even an inch it will not escape our severe punishment in any part of the globe," North Korea's deputy U.N. ambassador warned.
With all of the controversy surrounding President Trump, the New Yorker's Jane Mayer took a deep look at the political and financial forces behind Vice President Mike Pence, the man who would succeed Trump in the event of his ouster.
Animal control is looking for the wily raccoon.
Nearly 60 percent of businesses surveyed say sales are down since city imposed its sweetened-beverage tax.
Three football players who were cut from Division III Albright College in Pennsylvania for kneeling during the national anthem have been offered reinstatement.
In a memo filed with U.S. District Judge Paul S. Diamond, government lawyers described the city's fallen top prosecutor as a crooked politician who took every opportunity to enrich himself through numerous frauds, thefts from his campaign fund, and bribes accepted from generous donors.
The record is plain that presidents reached out to families of the dead and to the wounded, often with their presence as well as by letter and phone.
The Philadelphia School District will keep a Germantown elementary school closed until Wednesday to fix a mold problem discovered last week, the district said Monday.
Accepting the National Constitution Center's Liberty Medal Monday night, Sen. John McCain blasted "half-baked, spurious nationalism," saying the United States has a moral obligation to act as an international leader.
Police on Monday identified a 27-year-old man who was fatally wounded in a double shooting late Sunday night in the city's Tioga section.
SAVANNAH, Ga. (AP) - A Georgia physician said her plan to honor a fallen soldier by singing the U.S. national anthem aboard a Delta Air Lines plane carrying the soldier's casket was stopped by a flight attendant who told her it would violate company policy.
An international team of scientists cracks the mystery of where gold came from. A Villanova physicist describes her role.
Should he be convicted, Jabateh, the East Lansdowne resident, faces up to five years in prison for each of the counts of perjury and immigration fraud with which he is charged.