Bali earthquake kills at least 3 people on Indonesian island
A Black trooper in Louisiana who spoke out against police brutality could lose his job in 45 days
Carl Cavalier, a Black state trooper in Louisiana, could face retribution for his criticism following the 2019 police killing of Ronald Greene.
Biden supports DOJ prosecuting those defying subpoenas from committee
President Biden says he thinks those who refuse to comply with subpoenas from the January 6 select committee should be held accountable and prosecuted by the Department of Justice.
Travel Restarting; New South Wales Vaccinates 80%: Virus Update
The U.S. plans to open its borders to vaccinated international travelers on Nov. 8, the biggest travel policy shift since the virus’s early days.
US says it will pay the family of the 10 Afghans killed in a failed drone strike and help them relocate to US
The 10 Afghans, including seven children, were killed in error by a US drone strike on August 29 during the US troop withdrawal.
U.S. pledges to pay relatives of innocent Afghans killed in drone strike
The State Department is trying to relocate the some of the family members to the United States. Ten people, including seven children, were killed in the blast.
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Channel smugglers step up risks to outfox France and UK
Prescribed burn gets out of hand, prompts evacuations in California
California police chief's 1969 letter suspected Zodiac killer link to Cheri Jo Bates murder, group says
US Capitol Police officer charged with obstruction related to Jan. 6 attack
Vibrant Afghan radio reduced to religious relic
Brian Laundrie Search Site Also Sees 'Training and Searching' Exercise by Police, FBI
Sinema rakes in Pharma and finance cash amid reconciliation negotiations
Protesters arrested after storming Interior Department
British MP David Amess Was Killed in Act of Terrorism, Police Say
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Mom Walked Kindergartner to Bus Stop and Never Saw Her Again
Thousands of frustrated Puerto Ricans protest against ongoing power outages