Florida Man Kills Woman After Early Release From 40-Year Sentence for Murder: Police
The nightmare of India's tallest rubbish mountain
India's oldest and tallest mountain of rubbish in the city of Mumbai is 18 storeys high.
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No matter how reprehensible these characters are, you can't look away.
DC Metro pulling 60% of fleet for Blue Line derailment investigation
D.C. Metro is pulling more than half its fleet of railcars on Monday for an investigation into a derailment on the Blue Line last week.
Kenosha police accused of ‘deputizing’ militia vigilantes during Jacob Blake protests
The police department in the Wisconsin city of Kenosha is facing new legal action after being accused of “deputizing” a group of militia vigilantes during anti-police brutality protests last year in which 17-year-old Kyle Rittenhouse killed two people....
Terror as gunman opens fire inside a Pennsylvania mall
At least two people (pictured) were injured Sunday after a gunman opened fire in a Lancaster, Pennsylvania, mall. The shooting left people screaming and scrambling for cover
Fauci says he is polarizing because he supports 'science, data, and hard facts' and not conspiracy theories
17 missionaries, including 5 children, kidnapped in Haiti, ministry says
Sleepy school board races are waking up to Covid and critical race theory debates
FBI seeks information on New Zealand man who allegedly coerced women into making sexually explicit videos
Former President Bill Clinton released from California hospital
New Zealand boosts climate aid ahead of Glasgow summit
Minority- and women-owned businesses miss out on NYC contracts, report finds
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LA County wants Vanessa Bryant to take a psychiatric exam before trial to prove the leaked of photos of Kobe Bryant's helicopter crash caused her emotional distress
As time runs short, Dems vow: less talk, more action
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17 Missionaries from the U.S. and Canada Have Been Kidnapped in Haiti, Ministry Says
Hate-Speech Case Forces Japan to Confront Workplace Racism