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Early photos of some familiar and well-seasoned faces
A large blaze lit up the Los Angeles skyline early Monday morning, consuming an entire city block
Protests in Berkeley, Calif. over the police killings of Michael Brown and Eric Garner turned violent over the weekend. Police clashed with demonstrators, deploying tear gas, for two consecutive nights, and several stores were looted
A look at the comic’s career
Demonstrators took to the streets in cities across the country Wednesday night after a grand jury decision not to indict the police officer who killed Eric Garner in New York in July. In New York City, protesters blocked the West Side highway, Sixth Avenue, and other main arteries. And protests continued nationwide into the weekend
Which Bond is your favorite?
With the announcement of Daniel Craig’s return as James Bond in the 24th Bond film Spectre, take a look back at all the actors to have ever called themselves 007.
Though they're not quite giant yet
Two tiny, hairless panda cubs—one male and one female—were born Monday in a research center in Chendu, central Sichuan province. They are the second and third children of mother giant panda Yaxing. They were 146 grams and 117 grams when they were born.
Supporters from Harvard to Los Angeles walked out of their schools and jobs on Monday to support the Ferguson protests against the shooting death of Michael Brown.
The #HandsUpWalkOut campaign was organized by Ferguson Action, a civil disobedience group, and falls on the 59th anniversary of Rosa Parks’ arrest in Montgomery, Alabama.