California Man Pleads Guilty to Threatening Journalist’s Family Over 2020 Election: ‘We Are Nearby, Armed and Ready’
Falun Gong followers can't designate protest sites as 'places of religious worship', federal appeals court rules
A federal appeals court ruled Thursday that practitioners of a 30-year-old Chinese spiritual practice cannot designate their displays protesting the Chinese government as places of worship.
Animal Crossing: New Horizons free 2.0 update adds Brewster, cooking and much more
Animal Crossing's big free 2.0 update will be available on Nov. 5, and it's arriving alongside a paid DLC expansion called Happy Home Paradise.
In trial over Ahmaud Arbery killing, racial reckoning looms large
Jury selection begins Monday in the trial of the three man charged in the killing of unarmed Black man Ahmaud Arbery in Georgia last year.
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Russian video shows a close encounter between US and Russian warships in the Pacific
The incident occurred in the Sea of Japan, where US warships have challenged Russian maritime claims in the past.
Capitol Police officer charged with obstructing Jan. 6 investigation
The 25-year veteran of the Capitol force was arrested and appeared in court on Friday
Biden touts childcare provisions in Democratic spending bill
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The West Needs to Unite to Fight for Human Rights
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Slain British MP memorialised at local community mass
White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki accused of violating Hatch Act
Anti-abortion groups to counter Utah Satanists at reproductive rights rally
US Capitol Police officer charged with obstruction related to Jan. 6 attack
University of Delaware students are using TikTok to get millions of people to care about their campus protests over a brutal assault
Kids in California county care sleeping on floor in building
DeSantis tells Biden he's dividing US with his COVID vaccine mandate
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Supreme Court Commission Seems to Favor Term Limits for Justices but Not Court Packing
Texas book controversy: School administrator told teachers to include Holocaust books with 'opposing' views when explaining new state law