American troops took the three church bells after avenging a deadly attack on their fellow soldiers, and the seizure has complicated ties with the Philippines since.
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The Marines were declared dead six days after two American military planes crashed off the coast of Japan during a routine training exercise.
“Momentum Generation” explores surfing in the ’90s. And the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra performs in support of the victims of the synagogue shooting.
The best women’s soccer player in the world discusses her career, her crowning achievement and the controversy that overshadowed her big moment.
Republicans lost four key governorships in the Midwest. Now conservative lawmakers fear the new Democratic governors will alter their gerrymandered maps.
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Times staff discuss the highs and lows of the eight-episode season adaptation of Elena Ferrante’s novel.
The puppet-filled musical that became an unexpected hit on Broadway in 2003 will be ending its Off Broadway run on April 28.
In a rejection of the strategies of George Steinbrenner, the Yankees do not feel inclined to add another outfielder just because one of superstar caliber is on the market.
Stamkos became the first player from the 2008 draft to reach 700 points as Tampa Bay won its seventh in a row, 6-3. The Penguins beat the Islanders in a shootout, 2-1, at Nassau Coliseum.
Breana Rouhselang, 17, was six months pregnant when her body was found in a dumpster. The father of her child, Aaron Trejo, 16, confessed to killing her, the authorities said.
Representing clients who face penalties from Washington is a lucrative new niche, especially for lobbyists who have links to the president or his administration.
Amanda Chung and Karl Ni feed our puzzle garden.
No, it will not be easy. Yes, it will be rewarding. (Eventually.)
In her new play, loosely inspired by “A Doll’s House,” Heather Raffo is radiant as a New York architect caught between cultures.
This gnomic tale from the fabled director portrays a man expiating a patricide outside a prison’s walls.