Robert E. Lee statue previously removed from Dallas park now displayed at golf course
A statue of Confederate Gen. Robert E. Lee that was removed from a Dallas park in 2017 is now on full display at a West Texas golf course.
Ahmaud Arbery Jury Selection Could Take 2 Weeks Due to Large Juror Pool, Publicity of Murder
"We need to be treated equally and get fair justice as human beings, because we've been treated wrong so long," Marcus Arbery Sr. said ahead of his son's murder trial.
Russia to suspend Nato diplomatic mission
Nato expelled eight Russian diplomats earlier this month, saying they were intelligence officers.
N.Y. Teen Dies After Falling Into River While Fishing with Dad: 'He Did Not Deserve This,' Mom Says
"His father tried to help him but was not able to rescue him," police said of Kameron Stenzel, 15, who fell into the Niagara River on Oct. 11
Lawmakers question whether Amazon misled Congress
A bipartisan group of lawmakers on the House Judiciary antitrust subcommittee are calling on Amazon to provide information about the company's business practices following a series of reports lawmakers said indicated the e-commerce giant's executives...
Biden PFAS plan puts chemical industry’s feet to the fire
Berlin museum returns, then buys back Nazi-looted Pissarro
Brian Laundrie doppelganger handcuffed at gunpoint at NC lodge
Scholz Opens Path to German Chancellor as Full Talks Get Going
Colin Powell, former secretary of state, dies of COVID-19 complications
Illinois Woman Fatally Shot Man in Chest After He Refused to Kiss Her in Front of His Girlfriend: Prosecutors
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This sacred valley could become America’s next national monument
Official: Czech president can't perform duties due to health
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A small town in Indiana is offering people $5,000 and a 'Grandparents on Demand' service to move there
Colin Powell, former top general and secretary of state, dies at 84 from COVID complications