Our nightly rundown will get you caught up on the day’s big stories.
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The chief executive of Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, disclosed that he and his wife, Priscilla Chan, are expecting a baby girl. The road to get there wasn’t easy.
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Mrs. Clinton sought to position herself as a forward-looking alternative to Republican supporters of the economic blockade.
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Mr. Pierce, a Chicago White Sox left-hander with a blazing fastball, became one of baseball’s leading pitchers of the 1950s.
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As Mr. Bush waited to speak before the National Urban League, Mrs. Clinton portrayed him as a hypocrite who had set back the cause of black Americans.
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A report says that the county’s Family Court denied fundamental due process rights to thousands of people and treated blacks far more harshly than whites.
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With “Emotion” coming out this month, the singer known best for “Call Me Maybe” embraces a seductive side to her music.
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Mrs. Clinton’s doctor described her recovery from a 2012 concussion and said she now suffers only from hypothyroidism and seasonal allergies.
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The creative director and the company have mutually agreed to part ways, leaving the fashion world to wonder what his legacy during his stint will be.
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The U.S. trained members of the group to take on the Islamic State, but on Friday they were fighting off an attack from another Islamist faction.
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