INDIANAPOLIS — Indiana's attorney general said 165 sets of fetal remains have been found in the Chicago area inside a car owned by a late Indiana abortion doctor today, boosting the total number of abandoned sets of fetal remains discovered at properties linked to him to more 2,400.
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CHAMPS-SUR-MARNE, France — The golden angel once glimmered majestically from Notre Dame's vault.
Now, with a broken nose, chipped gold-leaf and a smashed bust, it stares up blankly at a warehouse roof in the outskirts of Paris where blackened fragments of the famed cathedral's stained glass mingle with organ pipes and jagged vault stones.
WASHINGTON—Elena Delle Donne and the Washington Mystics capped an eventful WNBA season with the team's first championship.
A year that began with the league missing some of its top players because of injuries and rest ended with a compelling five-game championship series.
WAILUKU, Hawaii—A Hawaii family has won a place with the Guinness World Records for the world's heaviest avocado.
The Pokini family from the island of Maui received the Guinness certificate this week for the avocado weighing 5.6 pounds (2.54 kilograms), The Maui News reported yesterday.
The average avocado weighs about 6 ounces (170 grams), according to Guinness officials.
KYIV, Ukraine — Russian President Vladimir Putin lamented Friday the inability of his Ukrainian counterpart, Volodymyr Zelenskiy, to ensure a pullback of heavy weaponry in eastern Ukraine as the first step toward peace settlement.
HOUSTON—All season long, it seemed inevitable.
Yankees-Astros for the American League pennant.
“It's the matchup that we wanted," Houston shortstop Carlos Correa said. "It's the matchup that everybody wants to watch. It's must-see TV right there. So everybody is going to be tuning in. It's going to be fun.”
ATLANTA—The St. Louis Cardinals turned the diamond into a giant pinball machine, dinging hits all over SunTrust Park.
By the time the Atlanta Braves finally got the third out, it was the most productive first inning in post-season history.
SANTA CLARA, Calif.—Richard Sherman has a strong message for anyone still doubting the unbeaten San Francisco 49ers.
“Don't flip-flop,” Sherman said after the 49ers thumped the Cleveland Browns 31-3 last night.
UNIONDALE, N.Y.—The New York Islanders relied heavily on Thomas Greiss last season, and their invariably calm netminder picked up right he where he left off.
Greiss made 35 saves and Josh Bailey, Brock Nelson and Anders Lee scored second-period goals to the lead the Islanders past the Winnipeg Jets 4-1 last night.
EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J.—So much for the Minnesota Vikings being one dimensional. The passing game is back in synch with the run.
Add in the defence, and the reality is the Vikings have it all.