Steve Bannon Just Might Be Accidentally Saving America
Freshman fraternity member dies from 'presumed alcohol toxicity'
A freshman at the University of Kentucky died from "presumed alcohol toxicity" Monday night after he was found unresponsive at his fraternity house.
Brazilian senators abandon call for homicide charges against President Bolsonaro
Brazilian senators investigating President Jair Bolsonaro's handling of the pandemic decided late on Tuesday to withdraw recommendations for charges of mass homicide and genocide against him, CNN affiliate CNN Brasil reported.
As U.K. Covid Cases Surge, Israel Offers a Lesson in Boosters
As Covid-19 cases soar again in the U.K., officials could look to a country that’s moved past a similar crisis for a possible roadmap.
FBI raids homes in DC and NYC connected to Oleg Deripaska, a Putin ally and Russian oligarch
"The searches are being carried out on the basis of two court orders, connected to US sanctions," a spokesperson for Deripaska told NBC News.
Deadly blast on military bus in Damascus
At least 13 people are reported to have died in an attack on a military vehicle in Syria's capital.
Newsom expands California drought emergency statewide
LAPD Busts Gang Making 'Ghost Guns' That Can't Be Traced
Husband of missing California woman Maya Millete charged with murder
13 killed in Damascus army bus bombing: state media
Alyssa Milano arrested during voting rights protest outside of the White House
Cincinnati Zoo vaccinates 80 animals against COVID-19
COVID-19 is plummeting in Florida — DeSantis's critics hardest hit
Fox’s Neil Cavuto tests positive for COVID-19
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Pa. Babysitter Allegedly Stabs Kid's Mom to Death, Then Calls Police: 'Why Did I Do That?'
House hopes to defy history in criminal contempt case against Bannon