Officials: Up to 17 American missionaries kidnapped in Haiti
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Newly-Released Court Documents Suggest Couple Hog-Tied Woman’s 88-Year-Old Grandmother Before Murder
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Ted Lieu Lashes Out After DOJ Pushes Back Against Biden's Advice to Prosecute Bannon
Lieu reintroduced the Inherent Contempt Power Act in April, which would enable Congress to independently enforce subpoenas.
As many as 17 Christian missionaries from the US were kidnapped in Haiti by a gang, officials say
Haiti is experiencing a surge in gang violence, with gangs controlling half of Port-au-Prince, The New York Times reported.
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Japan's Kishida sends offering to controversial Tokyo shrine
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1 deputy dead, 2 injured after ambush at Houston bar
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Hackers targeted US drinking water and wastewater facilities as recently as August, Homeland Security says
Hollywood production workers avoid nationwide strike with tentative deal
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Superman's new motto swaps 'American way' for 'a better tomorrow'
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