American Popular News for 17 Nov 2022
Officials identified the six men killed in a crash between two World War II-era planes at a Dallas air show, likely renewing discussion over safety.
The panel has at times acted aggressively to enforce its subpoenas, but it has not decided whether to hold Donald Trump in contempt. The committee is set to dissolve at the end of this Congress.
Brooks, 40, faces life in prison after a circuit court jury in Waukesha, Wisconsin, found him guilty on Oct. 26 of 76 criminal charges, including six counts of intentional homicide.
Donald Trump's lawyers urged a federal appeals court to uphold the special master reviewing 11,000 documents seized at Mar-a-Lago.
The FBI and state police are also assisting in the probe that includes at least 25 investigators, the police chief said.
Allen H. Weisselberg, the Trump Organization's former chief financial officer, admitted that he had received lucrative off-the-books perks from the company.
A deadly Russian missile blast in Poland marks the first time the war in Ukraine has struck NATO soil in a serious test for the alliance.
John F. Kelly, who was White House chief of staff, said that as president, Donald J. Trump wanted investigations into perceived enemies like James Comey, the former F.B.I. director.
In Kherson, national songs were banned, speaking Ukrainian could lead to arrest, and students were told they were Russian. Cue the resistance.
The UAE has been trying to meddle in American politics for decades -- even going so far as to employ ex-US intelligence officials to surveil leaders, a new report claims.
Alec Baldwin filed a cross-complaint on Friday seeking to “clear his name” in the shooting death of “Rust” cinematographer Halyna Hutchins, and said that blame for the tragedy... lies with three crew members and with the man who supplied ammunition to the set. Baldwin named all four as cross-defendants in a lawsuit originally filed against […]
The sanctions ruling comes as a range of lawyers working for former President Donald J. Trump are under scrutiny.
'Tonight Show' host Jimmy Fallon asked Elon Musk for help after fake news about his death began spreading on Twitter. Here's what the Tesla CEO said.
Classes at the University of Idaho were canceled Monday after four students living off-campus were found dead Sunday in Moscow, Idaho.
The father of a University of Virginia shooting victim raced through the night to see him in the hospital -- as tributes pour in for the three dead. Michael Hollins Sr. told the Washington Post that... his son, Michael Hollins Jr, was shot in the back during the horrifying attack by alleged gunman Christopher Darnell...
William Burns's talks with Russia's foreign intelligence chief are the most senior in-person meetings since the start of the war in Ukraine.
Rolando Felipe, 18, is charged with one count of first-degree murder and one count of attempted first-degree murder.
Former Vice President Mike Pence said in an exclusive interview with ABC News that former President Donald Trump's Jan. 6 rhetoric was "reckless"
Gen. Mark A. Milley, the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, has made the case that the Ukrainians should try to cement their gains at the bargaining table.
Prosecutors will not call Mel Gibson to testify in Harvey Weinstein’s criminal trial, after all. Gibson would have been brought onto the stand to corroborate parts of a story from a Jane Doe in... the case, who said she confided in Gibson after she was allegedly sexually assaulted by Weinstein. Jane Doe #3 was Gibson’s […]
Democrats made the same-sex marriage bill one of their first major agenda items in the postelection session, moving quickly to enact it while their party still controls both chambers.
NATO and Polish officials said that it was a Ukrainian missile that crossed the border and killed two people, but that Russia bore the blame.
CCTV shows Syrian-born Ahlam Albashir, who has admitted carrying out the attack to police, walking through the busy streets of Istanbul while wearing a rucksack.
A senior U.S. intelligence official says Russian missiles crossed into NATO member Poland, killing two people, the Associated Press reported.
Russia is bringing back Soviet-era military training in schools in the face of troop losses in Ukraine. Children will be taught to handle Kalashnikovs and how to respond to nuclear attacks.