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This Wednesday, Oct. 17, 2012, photo, shows a sign in front of Yahoo! headquarters in Sunnyvale, Calif., Wednesday, Oct.
A view of the chapel at Brooklyn's Green-Wood Cemetery in New York. The 478-acre site is celebrating its 175th anniversary this year, and a special exhibition on Green-Wood has opened at the Museum of the City of New York.
The president and CEO of The Associated Press says the government's seizure of AP journalists' phone records was "unconstitutional" and already has had a chilling effect on newsgathering.
The federal judge presiding over civil rights challenges to the stop-and-frisk practices of the New York Police Department has no doubt where she stands with the government.
Charles Lindbergh and the Spirit of St. Louis, the plane in which he made history - a nonstop solo flight from New York to Paris.
It's all about the odds, and one single ticket in Florida has beaten them all by matching all the numbers to win the highest Powerball jackpot in history at an estimated $590.5 million, lottery officials said early Sunday.
The various controversies swirling around the White House will be the main topic of the Sunday talk shows, with Obama senior adviser Dan Pfeiffer making appearances on all networks.
The scene outside West 8th Street and Sixth Avenue by the Gray's Papaya restaurant.
The Cuomo administration says about $90 million will be spent this year on construction projects at 50 of the state's parks and historic sites.
Two commuter trains packed with rush-hour commuters collided in an accident that sent about 70 people to the hospital, severely damaged the tracks and threatened to snarl travel in the congested Northeast Corridor.
As a shrewd businesswoman with keen insight and endless aspirations, Ophelia DeVore worked for much of the 20th century to smash stereotypes and empower black women by teaching them poise, confidence and the courage to get ahead in a world deeply etched by racial discrimination.
Emergency personnel work at the scene where two Metro North commuter trains collided, Friday, May 17, 2013 near Fairfield, Conn.
United States President Barack Obama is encouraging Congress to take up a media shield law that was abandoned at the start of his administration, but critics of the bill say it might make it even easier for journalists to be subpoenaed by the government.
In fact, Gap was objecting to facing unlimited legal liability. The company says that its proposal provides for a number of areas for Gap to be held legally liable.
A man looks down at his smartphone as he walks past the offices of the Associated Press in Manhattan, New York, May 13, 2013.
The controversy over the government's secret subpoena of Associated Press telephone records has revived legislation that protect journalists from having to reveal their sources to federal investigators -- and the White House is endorsing the idea.