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Allegations, which US officials deny, come as pace of strikes in Somalia escalate under the Trump administration There is credible evidence that US military airstrikes in Somalia have killed or... wounded nearly two dozen civilians, an international human rights group said Tuesday, charging that the Pentagon is not adequately investigating potential casualties. US Africa Command officials immediately disputed the allegations laid out in a report by Amnesty International, and insisted that the military has investigated 18 cases of possible civilian casualties since 2017 and found that none were credible.
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Less than a week after a gunman murdered at least 50 people at two mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand, Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern effectively banned the sale of AR-15s and all similar assault... rifles Thursday afternoon. "Six days after this attack, we are announcing a ban on all military-style semi-automatics (MSSA) and assault rifles in New Zealand," Ardern said in a news conference. "Related parts used to convert these guns into MSSAs are also being banned, along with all high-capacity magazines." New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern announces sweeping gun law changes:"Today I am announcing that New Zealand will ban all military-style semiautomatic weapons. We will also ban all assault rifles. We will also ban all high-capacity magazines." -- ABC News (@ABC) March 21, 2019...
Antwon was shot three times while fleeing a traffic stop last summer in East Pittsburgh, Pa.
Dramatic videos and photos on Twitter showed the ship listing, furniture sliding from one side to the other and water rushing on board.
The top U.S. law enforcement official could release as early as Saturday the main findings in Special Counsel Robert Mueller's confidential report on his 22-month-long inquiry into Russia's role in... the 2016 presidential election and any potential wrongdoing by President Donald Trump.
Trump defenders are trying to spin the Mueller Report about its not having indictments. But in nine ways, the investigations will go forward.
President Trump declared victory over ISIS in Syria, but nobody in eastern Syria is cheering just yet. U.S.-backed Syrian Democratic Forces say there is still heavy fighting underway against ISIS... holdouts. Charlie D'Agata reports from northern Syria.
Democrats requested details of conversations the leaders had by phone and in person
European Unionleaderson Thursday granted the United Kingdom an extension to its departure from the bloc– scheduled in eight days.
A recall notice is issued for hundreds of thousands of eggs from a Victorian farm which are sold at major supermarkets across much of the country, over concerns about potential salmonella... contamination.
A New York City councilman accused the Kushner family real estate company of putting tenants in danger
The agency is facing questions about its approval of a Boeing airliner after two deadly crashes
Brazil President Jair Bolsonaro's unusual visit to the CIA headquarters reflects his country's shift to a more pro-American stance
The Attorney General is expected to submit key conclusions from the report on Sunday.
Robert Mueller's special-counsel investigation has dragged on for nearly two years -- but it was rooted in FBI's own probe of Trump campaign, a counterintelligence operation that looked back to early... 2016. Before he won GOP nomination, President Trump's unconventional campaign took on a range of lightly vetted associates and volunteers whose activities caused alarm...
Will the Mueller report be made public? Many members of Congress immediately called for that to happen.
The blast in Yancheng north of Shanghai is the latest in a series of industrial accidents that have sparked public anger An explosion at a pesticide plant in eastern China has killed at least 47... people and injured more than 600, state media said, the latest in a series of industrial accidents that has sparked widespread public anger. The blast occurred on shortly before 3pm on Thursday afternoon in Yancheng in Jiangsu province, north of Shanghai.
New Zealand terror attack survivor Mohan Ibrahim says he is thankful for the continuous support for the Muslim community in Christchurch.
Newly-released search warrants detail how the FBI used controversial surveillance technology to track President Trump's former personal attorney, Michael Cohen. CBS News investigative reporter Graham... Kates joins CBSN to discuss his reporting.
DOYLESTOWN, Pa. -- The mother of a girl who was raped, murdered and dismembered testified Wednesday that she helped plot the attack and carry it out, telling her daughter before her death that “I... can’t help you anymore.” Appearing to smirk at times, Sara Packer calmly recounted how she watched her boyfriend sexually assault her...
Cameras were set up in hair dryer holders and wall sockets in 10 cities, say prosecutors Police in South Korea have arrested two men for secretly filming 1,600 hotel guests and streaming the footage... live online, in the latest voyeurism scandal to hit the country. The suspects, who have not been named, set up secret cameras in 42 rooms at 30 hotels in 10 South Korean cities between November last year and the start of this month, media reports said.
A teen who shoved her pal off a 60-foot Washington state bridge last year — leaving the victim with five broken ribs and a punctured lung — has pleaded guilty to the stunt. A teary-eyed Tay’Lor... Smith, 19, pleaded guilty to misdemeanor reckless endangerment Monday in the state's Clark County District Court, The Columbian reported....
Taquesta Graham, 28, is expected to be charged with murder Wednesday after her daughter's body was found in a duffel bag along a horse trail near Los Angeles
President Trump has a long history with Deutsche Bank -- one that the bank didn't want scrutinized after he was elected in 2016, The New York Times reports. More than 20 current and former executives... and board members told the Times that despite Deutsche Bank saying Trump was not a top priority, it's just not true. Beginning in the late 1990s, Deutsche Bank gave Trump loans despite his business bankruptcies and knowing he overinflated his net worth and the worth of his real estate assets. At the time, the German bank wanted to make a name for itself on Wall Street, so it worked with clients deemed risky by other entities, a former employee told the Times. In 2008, Trump defaulted on a loan and then sued Deutsche Bank, claiming the financial crisis was a "tsunami" and thus an act of God,...