American Headline News for 12 Aug 2022
The fact that Attorney General Merrick B. Garland felt compelled to speak at all says much about an investigation he has described as the most consequential in history.
Former President Donald J. Trump has portrayed the search of his residence as baseless and political. Now, the attorney general wants to make the search warrant public.
'If you don't hear from me, it is true I tried attacking the F.B.I.,' one post reads.
Two law enforcement officials said investigators were looking into whether the man had ties to extremist groups, including one that participated in the Jan. 6 attack.
The rally carried echoes of a gathering nearly 45 years ago at the same site that was held to denounce military rule
Trump's Florida home was searched Monday, leading to relentless speculation about what was sought and criticism toward the FBI.
Thomas Robertson's sentence is tied for the longest of any Capitol rioter so far.
Russia has reached a new low and is trying to "threaten the whole world" by shelling Europe's largest nuclear power plant, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenksyy has said.
The disclosure of the draft notification to Congress is the latest evidence to raise questions about the inspector general's handling of the missing Jan. 6 texts.
Bounce houses may look like safe fun -- but they are a more dangerous thrill than many realize, a new study shows.
Ghislaine/Gabler looks at choices made by power-hungry women in a world built for men "Trash", "disposable" and "pretty little fools" are the phrases a poised Ghislaine Maxwell uses to dismiss her... underage victims, before asking the audience: "Why are we fussing over them?" when there are more important things to worry about. She offers: "Ocean trash? Single-use plastics? Disposable items piling up?"This is a key passage in a new play at the Edinburgh fringe, Ghislaine/Gabler, which seeks to understand how Maxwell became a procurer of young women for the disgraced financier Jeffrey Epstein, and how this is fuelled by her victimhood - her obsession with the ocean hints at a complex relationship with her beloved yet bullying father, the media mogul Robert Maxwell, who died by drowning in...
The suspect fled the scene in Cincinnati and was gunned down after an hours-long standoff.
High-schooler trying hand at 3-point turn shot during driver's ed in Roseland: Chicago police
Hosepipes are now banned in Kent and Sussex, while a drought is likely to be declared in some areas.
China is seeking to hold President Yoon Suk Yeol to his predecessor's policy of freezing the shield's deployment
One month after 4,000 beagle puppies were rescued from a Virginia research lab, the pups have arrived at animal shelters across the country waiting to be adopted.
"I chose to come to Sanya because the Covid restrictions are more relaxed than (in) Shanghai," said Li Zefeng, an engineer who lives in China's biggest city.
A man who allegedly fired a gun inside Minnesota’s Mall of America last week was arrested along with his accused accomplice 400 miles away in Chicago Thursday afternoon, a report said. Shamar... Alon Lark, 21, and Rashad Jamal May, 23, were busted by an FBI-led task force after getting haircuts in the Windy City, officials...
Seoul has vowed to move some of the city's poorest families out of underground and semi-subterranean homes after 11 people were killed in flooding caused by record-breaking rainfall this week,... sparking public horror and calls for government accountability.
In an email to The Post, she confirmed that the book will be called "Love and Joy of Robert" and added, "Everything will be answered."
Walorski was in an SUV with two members of her congressional staff when it crossed the median of a highway and collided with an oncoming vehicle.
Michael Toohey was allegedly set upon at the business in London Road on Saturday, April 16, and later died of multiple injuries. A total of nine people have now been charged with murder.
Onlookers continue to get close to 'stressed' 600kg mammal in Oslo despite appeals to keep a distance Norwegian authorities say they are considering putting down a walrus that won hearts basking in... the sun of the Oslo fjord, because of the danger to the public and itself from sightseers. Despite repeated appeals to the public to keep their distance from the walrus - a young female weighing 600kg (1,300 pounds) that has been nicknamed Freya - the mammal continues to attract big crowds, the fisheries directorate has said.
"Agent Wilson kept walking but Agent DeMeo paused and turned to face me," Paul Mac writes of the encounter. Isaac said the agent then told him: "It is our experience that nothing ever happens to... people that don't talk about these things."
Elon Musk's Boring Company is building tunnels to avoid bumper-to-bumper traffic. But "New York Magazine's" Alissa Walker tells "Nightcap's" Jon Sarlin the company is Musk's "biggest boondoggle." For... more, watch the full Nightcap episode here.