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At least 40 rounds were fired during a shooting that left two people dead and over a dozen others injured at a house party in upstate New York, authorities said.
Tucked away from Skid Row's main thoroughfare, Q sweeps the sidewalk outside her makeshift tent before her best friend and "angel" arrives with some food.
The Salvation Army is getting an early start on its holiday fundraising campaign due to the unprecedented demands of the coronavirus pandemic.
Anti-government protesters in Thailand declared "victory" on Sunday, after handing a list of demands for monarchy reform to Bangkok authorities -- an explosive and unprecedented move in a country that reveres the king.
The Syrian government accused the Dutch government of supporting terrorism on Saturday in response to the Netherlands' invocation of an anti-torture convention against Damascus.
When it comes to dinosaurs, many of us think of towering skeletons dominating the atriums of the world's great natural history museums.
The crowd recoiled as tear gas canisters rained down on them and riot police advanced up the street, carrying shields and batons.
Murder hornets, zombie cicadas, invasive lizards -- the list of unexpected creatures popping up across the United States appears to be growing this year.
It's not just the nearly 7,900 wildfires that have consumed more than 3.4 million acres and claimed 26 lives in California that have Arthur Gies looking online for apartments in New York.
Today let us reflect on Psalm 119:27 “Make me understand the way of Thy precepts, so I will meditate on Thy wonders.” The Genesis account of creation profoundly states mankind is made in the image of God. Yet no two of us are identical. Each of us are influenced by our environment in unique …
Firefighters are, obviously, known for fighting fires. But one is taking his job a step further -- by fighting conspiracy theories, too.
Top Senate Republicans are privately arguing that it would boost their chances of holding the majority in November if their party makes a full-throated effort at confirming President Donald Trump's pick for the Supreme Court, according to multiple GOP sources, despite their past posture that…
A package containing the poison ricin and addressed to President Donald Trump was intercepted by law enforcement earlier this week, according to two law enforcement officials.
Apple's new subscription bundle, Apple One, will give consumers a chance to try out multiple new Apple services and potentially save a few bucks.
People in the United States rushed to download TikTok and WeChat after the Commerce Department announced plans to restrict access to both apps starting Sunday.
This little orphaned kitten was found all alone in a neighbor's yard. As he started growing more and more, he was getting crazier and crazier. He attacks his parents' feet, hides under furniture, and absolutely hates hairbrushes. Now, he has a new little brother, Brunello, who might be even …
President Donald Trump said Saturday evening that he will choose a candidate to fill the late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg's Supreme Court seat next week and his candidate will be a woman.
After successfully tamping down the first surge of infection and death, Europe is now in the middle of a second coronavirus wave as it moves into winter -- raising questions over what went so wrong.
New York City diners may soon see a Covid-19 surcharge on their bills as the restaurant industry continues to hobble due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden has a plan to change 401(k) retirement savings accounts to give low-income earners a bigger tax break up front.
Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg forged a trailblazing legal career championing gender equality and civil rights. Outside of the courtroom, there were several causes close to her heart.
September started off rough for fast-food fanatics: Taco Bell announced it was eliminating the beloved Mexican Pizza as well as several other items. It didn't help fans that this was the company's second major menu makeover this summer -- earlier the spicy potato soft taco said sayonara.
Police arrested 11 people in Portland, Oregon, after a demonstration outside a federal building Friday night, authorities said
For this week, we think about what justice might look like in the Breonna Taylor case, discuss great performances by the music icons Patti LaBelle and Gladys Knight, and revisit the horrifying history of forced sterilizations. Plus, recommendations: Esquire's profile of Michael Kenneth Willi…
At least one person opened fire at a large backyard party in the upstate New York city of Rochester early Saturday, killing two people and wounding 14 others in their late teens to early 20s, police said.
A Florida mom who lost her job due to the coronavirus pandemic has been relying on her children's lemonade stand to make ends meet.
A family in North Carolina created a pop-up store that sells children's books featuring main characters who are Black to counter the lack of diversity in literature.
Vin Scully is a legend in Southern California, where for nearly seven decades he served as the official announcer for the Los Angeles Dodgers.
Lane Unhjem was in the middle of harvesting his wheat and canola farm near Crosby, North Dakota when his combine caught fire.
John Lewis' tireless push for civil rights did not die with him on July 17, 2020. The longtime representative of Georgia's 5th congressional district spent his lifetime fighting for the oppressed and forgotten. And he wrote the playbook for the next generation to get into what he called "goo…
Evidence in the case of a Tennessee man who was sentenced to death three decades ago can be tested for the first time for DNA, a judge ruled this week.
Washington, D.C. -- Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg died Friday at the age of 87. The Supreme Court announced Ginsburg’s death, stating the cause was complications from metastatic cancer of the pancreas.
A Kentucky man was arrested Monday in Illinois after his family discovered dismembered body parts of his deceased girlfriend in a duffel bag, according to law enforcement authorities.
A Black man who was pinned to the ground and beaten by sheriff's deputies in the Atlanta area during a traffic stop says he "feared for his life."
One after another, disgruntled North Dakotans took the podium at a city council meeting in Minot to air their grievances.
A grand jury indicted a former police officer this week over the shooting death of a woman who was struck by his gunfire while he attempted to shoot an approaching dog.