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As he gets his presidential campaign underway, Donald J. Trump has aligned himself with forces that used to be outside the mainstream of American politics.
A Mississippi man bit another man's nose off his face in a fit of rage over a game of golf they played together, authorities said.
"The Secret Service's changing story on records raises additional questions about its role in the Hunter Biden gun incident," said Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton.
The Thursday decision marks a victory for the Justice Department, which had been fighting against a previous decision to appoint a special to oversee the handling of documents seized at Mar-a-Lago.
The bodies of a California couple and their dog were found hidden under the heavy brush of a creek bed where a driver had crashed the day before.
The leader of Islamic State group, Abu Hasan al-Hashimi al-Qurashi, was recently killed in a battle with "the enemies of God," the group's spokesman said in audio released Wednesday.
After nearly three years and a bitter legal battle, AG George and the late pedophile's estate has settled the case for the whopping sum -- which doesn't include half of the money from the $125M March... sale of his island.
The names and personal information of more than 6,000 noncitizens were posted on the Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) website.
The Texas attorney accused of trying to kill his ex-girlfriend in the bar she worked at was found dead Wednesday.
Showing a united front during a state visit, President Biden and President Emmanuel Macron of France affirmed their support for Ukraine ahead of a cold winter that will test the alliance.
A Washington barbershop owner was slaughtered in his own shop Wednesday night -- while he was giving an 8-year-old child a hair cut.
A mysterious flurry of money flew across an Ohio highway Tuesday afternoon and drivers caused traffic jams as they attempted to snatch as many bills as they could, WHIO TV reported.
Hours later, an arms company in Zaragoza, northeastern Spain, received a similar package, police confirmed. The company makes grenade launchers donated to Ukraine.
The shooter entered the neighbor's home and accosted her 'about the barking dogs before presenting a firearm and discharging it toward the victim multiple times,' said the Flowery Branch Police... Department.
The incident, which took place just before Tuesday at Discovery High School, happened after a parent-teacher meeting the night before where the teacher told the student's parents he was... underperforming.
More than one million people in the UK have coronavirus, according to official figures.
A 20-year-old woman has been rescued after she was kept captive as a sex slave at a home in Georgia, where she was locked up in a feces-filled dog cage and beaten.
Conservative former cabinet minister joins growing exodus of high-profile members of party UK politics live - latest news updates The former chancellor Sajid Javid has become the latest Conservative... MP to announce he will not stand again at the next election, joining a growing exodus of high-profile members of the party. Javid announced on Twitter on Friday that after wrestling with the decision "for some time", he would stand down at the next election, which will probably be held in 2024.
South Africa's ruling party meets to decide whether to sack the president over corruption allegations.
Austin Harrouff, now 25, butchered John Stevens and Michelle Mischon in their Jupiter, Florida, garage with a machete in 2016, and was found by police gnawing on Stevens' face as he lay dying.
Authorities in Winnipeg, Manitoba, believe the murders of four Indigenous women came at the hands of an alleged serial killer now in custody in Canada.
The 2022 Atlantic hurricane season, which ended this week, was one of the most destructive on record.
Earlier this year, top leadership at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention began a monumental task: turning the sprawling, labyrinthine organization known for its highly specialized,... academically focused scientific research into a sleek, flexible public health response agency primed to serve the American public. It's an attempt to keep the CDC from repeating the mistakes it made while responding to covid-19.
President Vladimir Putin is open to talks on a possible settlement to the conflict in Ukraine and believes in a diplomatic solution.