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A U.N. camp for displaced persons tells the story of South Sudan's woes. Its 120,000 residents, mostly kids, came to escape civil war violence and a growing food crisis.

Parks are expensive for obvious reasons: Visitor centers need displays, and roads need repairs. But there's also upkeep of the Grand Canyon's sewage operations and of Independence Hall's sprinklers.

Finances are among the things most likely to cause discord in a relationship, whether you're just starting out or have been together for years. Here are some ways to avoid common conflicts.

The Alabama Supreme Court had invalidated an adoption approved in Georgia. Monday's ruling said the Alabama justices had violated the U.S. Constitution.

A recent poll shows 27 percent of Americans have visited an urgent care center in the past two years. Why? Most cite convenience.

No journalists have scrutinized Donald Trump more — or infuriated him more — than Vanity Fair editor Graydon Carter and Studio 360 host Kurt Andersen during their days at Spy magazine.

His term expires at the end of December. This year, candidates are being given a chance to make their case in public, and there's a big push by activists to get a woman at the helm.

At a meeting on Monday, the European Union is trying to convince Turkey to slow the flow of migrants from Syria, Iraq and Afghanistan into Europe. What does Turkey want in return?

Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton face off in another debate Sunday night — this time in Flint, Mich. The city's struggles will be on the agenda.

The thousands of Syrians and Iraqis trapped at the Greek-Macedonian border are unsure when, or even if, they will cross. Exasperated by the chaos there, they're offering their own solutions.

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