American Headline News for 23 Sep 2022
With over 10,000 asylum seekers crowding homeless shelters, the city will erect temporary structures to hold new arrivals for their first few days.
The lawsuit filed by New York's attorney general is the latest indication of how an array of investigations is affecting the former president's business and personal wealth.
U.S. District Judge Ronnie Abrams on Wednesday determined Amy Cooper's claims against investment firm Franklin Templeton as unsubstantial.
A Texas farmer claims he witnessed eight migrants on the run from border agents break into his 95-year-old grandfather's home.
"They bring out this giant flagpole. They had to lay it down on the ground and citizens see it -- they don't really know what it is, so there was a lot of speculation in the town."
At least eight people have reportedly been killed across the Caribbean after Hurricane Fiona tore through the region.
Dale R. Devilli, 63, was found dead Monday morning inside a kettle at a food processing facility in south New Jersey, according to officials.
Cases are declining nationally, and the deputy coordinator of the White House monkeypox response team said he expected that, over time, they would drop to a trickle.
Last night, Saudi sources said the Crown Prince was determined to bring the conflict to an end because it was proving so 'destabilising'.
Investigations of ex-President Donald Trump over business practices, classified documents, elections and Jan. 6 will dog any 2024 presidential run.
Affirmative action in admissions may be nearing its end. It's about time.
The last-minute reprieve for Ala Miller came nearly three hours after a divided U.S. Supreme Court cleared the way for the execution to begin.
Power failures and a lack of running water in Puerto Rico after Hurricane Fiona put a new spotlight on the U.S. territory's government status.
President Joe Biden's administration is struggling to respond to arrivals at the southern border by migrants from Cuba, Venezuela and Nicaragua.
Reporter who exposed case and civil society campaigner arrested by security forces, according to reports Iranian security forces have reportedly arrested one of the country's most prominent civil... society activists and a journalist who played a key role in exposing the case of Mahsa Amini, whose death has prompted a week of deadly nationwide protests. Amini was pronounced dead on 16 September, three days after being arrested by Tehran's morality police.
Khayri McLean was stabbed to death on his way home from school on Wednesday A second teenager has been arrested in connection with the killing of a 15-year-old boy outside a school in Huddersfield.... Khayri McLean was stabbed to death on his way home, close to the entrance of North Huddersfield Trust school (NHTS) in Woodhouse Hill at 2.45pm on Wednesday.
Former President Donald Trump claims he threatened to “obliterate” the co-founder of the Taliban if he stepped out of line — and even sent him a photo of his house to prove he could.... Trump, 76, told Fox News’ Sean Hannity that he threatened Mullah Abdul Ghani Baradar during 18 months of talks from the...
Ukraine estimates it would cost $750 billion to rebuild the war-battered country.
Click to expand Image Officers march during a parade to commemorate Myanmar's 77th Armed Forces Day in Naypyitaw, Myanmar, March 27, 2022. © 2022 AP Photo/Aung Shine Oo On Tuesday, September 20,... Japan's Defense Ministry announced that as of 2023 it would no longer accept new military personnel from the Myanmar military for training in Japan. The ministry cited the junta's execution of four pro-democracy activists in July as a major factor in its decision. "We decided it's not appropriate to continue the military cooperation and exchange in its current form," said Takeshi Aoki, a spokesperson for the Defense Ministry. However, two officers and nine cadets who are currently receiving training at Japan's National Defense Academy and Japan Self-Defense Forces facilities will remain until...
Representative Lee Zeldin, a Republican candidate for governor, is hoping for a realignment of political loyalties in parts of the borough, including those of Hasidic Jews.
A standout New Jersey high school football player has died as a result of an apparent traumatic brain injury suffered during a game two weeks ago.
Church official says he was upset to hear suspect told police his anger towards church led to attack on former Japanese PM The Unification Church, whose close ties with Japan's governing party have... emerged after the assassination of former prime minister Shinzo Abe, has acknowledged it accepted "excessive" donations from the suspect's mother, and that it would need to seriously consider if that led to the killing. Abe died after a shooting during an outdoor campaign speech in July. The suspect, Tetsuya Yamagami, said he shot Abe because of the former prime minister's links to the Unification Church, also known as the Moonies, which he blamed for bankrupting his family. Yamagami's mother, a longtime member of the church, reportedly gave it ¥100m (£618,000) in donations two decades...
The child's grandmother, who witnessed the murder, told authorities the toddler was responsible for her daughter's death after "gaining access to an unsecured firearm," police said.
Fifteen of Spain's best women footballers have resigned from the national team, saying the training methods of their head coach are harming their emotional states and health.
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