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Lucas Kolasa is an artist and curator of Beyond the Diagnosis, an exhibition of portraits of children facing illnesses for which there are no known cures
How will team from Endwell, New York stay loose before Sunday's championship game? "A lot of ping pong"
The Los Angeles skyline may look drastically different than the centuries-old villages pulverized in massive earthquake, but looks can be deceiving
Meeting comes a month after House speaker asked national intelligence chief to prohibit Democratic nominee from receiving briefings
Former head of Breitbart News took helm of GOP nominee's campaign last week in yet another leadership shake-up
A photographic glimpse into the skyrocketing career of the Broadway and music legend
A baby born in Miami with Zika virus, despite showing no signs of it before birth, has medical professionals stumped
Italy has pledged $50M to help the region, but there are doubts the hardest hit towns will be able to fully recover
The most compelling photos from the week's news, August 20-26, 2016
A peek at some of the 7,462 images by photographer Charles M. Conlon up for auction, including those of Ty Cobb and Babe Ruth
In a recent letter to Clinton Foundation donors, Bill Clinton admitted there are “legitimate concerns about potential conflicts of interest” if his wife becomes president
Clinton said Trump was building a campaign on prejudice, steeped in conspiracy theories and dog whistles to white supremacists and racists, and blasted some of his most controversial, racial comments
As the National Parks Service celebrates its centennial we take a look at vintage photos
A story that is both sad and familiar, echoed in every family, in every country
Historian and museum director Lonnie Bunch shows Scott Pelley a capital of the slave trade and explains why slavery is a story of strength in survival