American Headline News for 24 Nov 2022
The 2,300 square feet home that also has three bedrooms was most recently rented in June for $2,498 per month.
An accountant for former President Donald Trump testified Tuesday that the businessman reported annual losses for nearly 10 straight years on his tax returns.
Justice Department investigators reportedly want to talk to former Vice President Mike Pence as part of the department's probe into the events leading up to the Jan. 6 capitol riot.
Head of Brazil's electoral court rejects claim from outgoing president's coalition that said voting machines malfunctioned The head of Brazil's electoral court has rejected a complaint from outgoing... president Jair Bolsonaro's party challenging October's run-off vote, which he lost, court documents show. Alexandre de Moraes, who is also a supreme court justice, also fined the parties in Bolsonaro's coalition 22.9m reais ($4.3m) for what the court described as bad faith litigation, the document released on Wednesday show.
Officers deal out beatings amid dispute about pay and conditions at Zhengzhou plant, with Apple warning of iPhone 14 delivery delays Police in China have dealt out beatings to workers protesting over... working conditions and pay at the biggest factory for iPhones, as the country tries to contain a surge in Covid-19 cases. Videos online showed thousands of people in masks facing rows of police in white protective suits with plastic riot shields. Police kicked and hit a protester with clubs after he grabbed a metal pole that had been used to strike him. People who made the footage said it was filmed at the site.
A California man who had sex with men in order to distract them while he used their cell phones to send money to himself was sentenced to nine years in federal prison.
Erik Cantu, 17, was shot in San Antonio on Oct. 2 by since-fired officer James Brennand, who is charged with two counts of aggravated assault.
Police have identified the six people killed by a disturbed store manager in a mass shooting at a Walmart in Virginia on Tuesday night.
Jessie Wilczewski said it was only her fifth day on the job when Bing, 31, opened fire on her and her coworkers as they sat in a break room and prepared for their shift.
British investigators did not initially look into tragedy because the dinghy was recovered in French waters A dinghy that capsized, claiming the lives of at least 27 migrants in the Channel, had... reached UK waters, an official report has found. British investigators did not initially look into the incident that appalled the country because the boat was recovered in French waters.
Bill criminalises promotion of 'non-traditional sexual relations' as Moscow pushes conservative values Russia-Ukraine war - latest news updates Russia's parliament has passed the third and final... reading of a law banning "LGBT propaganda" among all adults, as Moscow ramps up its conservative push at home amid the war in Ukraine that passed the nine-month mark on Thursday. The bill criminalises any act regarded as an attempt to promote what Russia calls "non-traditional sexual relations" - in film, online, advertising or in public - and expands on a notorious 2013 law that banned "propaganda of nontraditional sexual relations" among minors and was used to detain gay rights activists.
Adult survivors of sexual abuse now can sue their abusers in New York -- even if the statute of limitations on their claims has expired -- under a state law that goes into effect Thursday.
End of lockdown and influx of foreign students, Ukrainians and Hong Kongers help drive increase Net migration to the UK has reached a record level of 504,000 after the arrival of Ukrainians and Hong... Kongers under government schemes and a jump in the number of international students. Asylum applications are the highest for 32 years, but nearly 100,000 people are waiting more than six months to have their initial claims processed, official government data shows.
Eighteen people aboard a broken-down and adrift boat were rescued off the coast of the United States-Mexico border on Wednesday evening after days without food or water.
As the progress of the war has gone increasingly in Kyiv's favour, fears that the Russian despot could take extreme measures to force Ukraine to surrender have been rising.
The body of an Israeli Druze young man that was seized by Palestinian gunmen in Jenin has been transferred to his family, the Israeli military said on Thursday, adding that nothing had been given in... return.
IoD and unions among groups writing to government, saying move would cause business chaos, harm rights and threaten environment Today's business news - live updates A coalition of influential trade... unions, business and environmental groups have urged Rishi Sunak's government to scrap plans for a bonfire of EU regulations by the end of 2023, saying it could put the UK's economic growth at risk. In a letter signed by organisations including the Trades Union Congress (TUC), Institute of Directors (IoD) and Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development, leaders said sweeping away thousands of pieces of EU legislation and legal principles would "cause significant confusion and disruption for businesses, working people and those seeking to protect the environment".
Two Maryland brothers were identified as the savage duo that brutally raped a Virginia woman 34 years ago, police said.
Colorado club killer's porn star dad said he worried his son was gay when he first heard he massacred five people and injured 18 saying that it did not fit with their religious views.
Owners of the Yankees and Mets are competing in a new kind of subway series. But this one isn't over bragging rights -- the winner could wind up with one of the city's coveted casino licenses.
A US Department of Education deputy director, who was appointed under President Biden, poked fun at Evangelical Christians and claimed democracy was based on "White supremacy," according to her... Twitter profile.
Detroit officers involved in the fatal shooting of 20-year-old Porter Burks will not face any charges.
The deadly shooting at a Walmart in Virginia is one of more than 600 mass shootings reported so far this year by the Gun Violence Archive.
The former Alaska governor, once the standard-bearer of the G.O.P.'s dog-whistling, no-apologies culture, was no match for the same forces she rode to national prominence.
Six were killed, as well as the gunman, in the third recent high-profile mass shooting in the United States.