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Secondhand clothing and vintage items are showing up in couture, street wear, even everyday office wear.
Princeton University on Tuesday morning ordered the evacuation of its campus after "a bomb threat to multiple unspecified campus buildings," the school said on its website.
A worker has died at the construction site of what will be the San Francisco 49ers' new stadium in Santa Clara, California, said Santa Clara police Lt. Kurt Clarke on Tuesday.
Senior State Department and Diplomatic Security officials may have covered up or stopped investigations of inappropriate or even criminal misconduct by staff, according to an internal memo from the department's Office of the Inspector General.
Julian Assange, the founder of WikiLeaks, knows something about secrets and what happens when they're exposed.
The New England Patriots will open the door to the media at 10:15 Tuesday morning. That line likely will be a lot longer than usual.
Frida Ghitis: If even America's state-of-the-art spy agency could not keep its secrets from public view, what chance do yours have?
Coleen Rowley says detecting and stopping terrorists through mass data collection is simply not possible.
It had the makings of a mountain mystery: three deaths -- first an elderly couple, then a boy, 11 -- in the same hotel room, all of them initially ruled "cause undetermined."
As an NFL player, Chad Johnson patted a lot of men on the butt when he liked their work, but on Monday, defendant Chad Johnson found out that one Florida courtroom was not the place to play that game.
What would compel a man to take his father's and brother's lives before embarking on a deadly shooting spree at his former college?
Glenn Sulmasy says Edward Snowden's leaks of classified intelligence raises thorny issues about government surveillance.
The Obama administration will allow minors to obtain one form of the emergency contraception known as the "morning-after pill," dropping its appeal of a judge's order requiring it to be sold over the counter.
The Coast Guard and BP declared the Deepwater Horizon cleanup over in three states Monday but will keep watching dozens of miles of Louisiana shoreline where oil still washes ashore.
As a gung-ho supervisor, Stephen Jackson was so adept at finding and photographing sleeping airport security guards that colleagues called him the "Nighttime Ninja," he says.
A grand jury will investigate last week's deadly building collapse in Philadelphia to determine whether anyone else will face criminal charges in the case, Philadelphia District Attorney Seth Williams said Monday.
A business deal to back Justin Bieber's Scandinavian tour emptied the wallet of a duped investor and landed the so-called "Mark Zuckerberg of Norway" in prison.