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De Blasio called on leaders to offer a strong stand against anti-Semitic attacks.
Democrat Jason Kander, Missouri's secretary of state, jumps into Senate race.
But analysts say issue unlikely to tip election outcome dominated by security concerns
Psaki will leave post as State Department spokesperson.
A tanker accidentally spilled about 300 or 400 gallons of raw sewage, police said.
Record-breaking cold enveloped nearly the entire eastern half of the nation.
New Jersey Lottery is lax in verifying IDs, flagging debtors' winnings, audit finds.
Lake Erie had 98% ice cover on Wednesday, according to the Great Lakes Environmental Research Laboratory.
Sasha Grey is very much alive and is not taking part in the Ukrainian conflict.
We were so close to losing all of our photos.
Defendant Eddie Routh, a former Marine, chooses not to testify.
Former Phoenix police Officer Andrea Mikkel faces 80 counts of animal cruelty.
The government started drafting the plans after the Paris terror attacks.
Dearfield, a Colorado town founded by black settlers, thrived, then died.
Governor says many people who leave New Jersey because they can't afford to live there.
Angry bride marries wedding guest, not groom
Dzhokhar Tsarnaev's lawyers seek to move Marathon bombing trial to another city.
Two deaths at UCLA Medical Center likely caused by contaminated medical instruments.
John Green gives royalties to Wis. woman who wrote quote when she was 13.
Lawsuit claims several inmates held man down and extracted man's tooth.