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Cleopatra's Needle being transported from the Hudson in 1880 When Cleopatra's Needle was commissioned by Pharaoh Thumose III around 1450 BCE for the Heliopolis sun temple, the island that would be Manhattan was mostly woodlands.
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Many parents of color send their children to exclusive, predominantly-white schools in an attempt to give their kids a "ticket to upward mobility."
A Seattle think tank estimates a $5 toll on drivers crossing the U.S. border could raise $30 to $45 million a year for TransLink.
Some Steinway company representatives and employees like Wally Boot, pictured here have been working for the company for decades.
A brief, but major shift in the weather pattern will send warm air northward and will produce a zone of heavy rain in a large part of the eastern half of the nation this weekend.
Global superstar Miley Cyrus will unveil the highly anticipated Las Vegas return of Beacher's Madhouse on Friday, December 27 at MGM Grand Hotel & Casino.
With a food craze sweeping the nation, we all have people in our lives who are obsessed with cooking, eating and learning about food.
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"Oops sorry, was my face in the way of your fist?" A study titled "Sorry ... I'm Canadian," reports 90% of Canadians aged 18-25 apologize if a stranger bumps into them.
In surveying the year at the movies, the topography is rich. From the dusty, dying towns of "Nebraska" to the rooftop Roman parties in "The Great Beauty" to the sleek future Los Angeles of "Her," 2013 has been a trip.
A new study suggests that residents in famously car-obsessed Los Angeles may be willing to rely more on subways and light rail.
The next big challenge for the nation's health care law may be sticker shock, when consumers find they're still paying high medical bills after buying low-cost insurance for the first time.
New York: Santa, it seemed, was difficult to escape in parts of the snow-coated city.
On Sunday, Dec. 15, KOMO 4 News reported that a dog who visited Carkeek Park in Seattle, Wash.
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Further heavy snowfall has blanketed parts of the United States after another weekend of wintry weather brought travel disruption to 17 states.