13 killed in Damascus army bus bombing: state media
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.
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.
Republican Rep. Jeff Fortenberry indicted on charges of lying to the FBI
Fortenberry previously uploaded a YouTube video announcing that he expected to be charged and said he will "fight" the indictment.
Merkel’s Final Weeks Marked by Fears EU Is Picking a Bad Fight
Germany’s outgoing chancellor is concerned that Europe’s rush to confront Poland over the rule of law could backfire
Blue Angels, Surfboards in flames, John Legend: News from around our 50 states
Kamala Harris visits Lake Mead in Nevada on climate change campaign, New York City Council to remove Thomas Jefferson statue, and more
Roadside bombs hit military bus in Syrian capital, kill 14
House hopes to defy history in criminal contempt case against Bannon
Fox’s Neil Cavuto tests positive for COVID-19
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Kenosha Mass Shooting Sees Three People Killed, Two in Critical Condition
Pa. Babysitter Allegedly Stabs Kid's Mom to Death, Then Calls Police: 'Why Did I Do That?'
Kenosha, Wisconsin shooting leaves 3 dead and 2 others in critical condition, police say
Steve Bannon Just Might Be Accidentally Saving America
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FBI raids homes in DC and NYC connected to Oleg Deripaska, a Putin ally and Russian oligarch
Newsom expands California drought emergency statewide
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Husband of missing California woman Maya Millete charged with murder
COVID-19 is plummeting in Florida — DeSantis's critics hardest hit