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  • Crash Outside UK Houses of Parliament Treated as Terror Incident, Police Say

    A car crashed into security barriers outside the UK’s Houses of Parliament during rush hour Tuesday morning, injuring several people in what police are treating as a terrorist incident. The man’s car collided with several cyclists and pedestrians before crashing into the barrier shortly after 7:30 a.m., police said. The driver, a man in his late 20s, has been arrested on suspicion of terrorist offenses and remains in custody in a south London police station. It appears to have been […]

  • Several People Dead After Highway Bridge Collapses in Italy

    Several people have died after a section of a highway bridge in northern Italy partially collapsed Tuesday, according to rescue sources cited by Italian news agency ANSA. The unnamed sources told ANSA that several crushed vehicles are under the rubble with dead people inside, without providing a specific number of casualties. ANSA reports around 10 vehicles are involved after a section of the Morandi Bridge, which lies to the west of the port city of Genoa, collapsed. The incident occurred […]

  • Teen Accuses Mayo Clinic of ‘medical kidnapping’

    One winter afternoon last year, Duane Engebretson sat in his stepdaughter’s hospital room at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota, trying to figure out how she could escape. Alyssa Gilderhus, 18 and a senior in high school, had been a patient at Mayo for about two months, ever since having a ruptured brain aneurysm on Christmas Day. Mayo neurosurgeons saved her life, but she and her parents were unhappy with the care she was receiving in the rehabilitation unit, and […]

  • Omarosa Taped Call with Trump After She Was Fired

    President Donald Trump appeared to be unaware that Omarosa Manigault Newman was fired by White House chief of staff John Kelly, according to an audio recording of a phone conversation aired on NBC’s “Today” Monday morning. “Omarosa, what’s going on? I just saw in the news you’re thinking about leaving. What happened?” Trump is heard asking. Manigault Newman, who was fired from her White House job last December replied, saying, “General Kelly — General Kelly came to me and said […]

  • 2 Police Officers Among 4 Killed in Canada Shooting; a Suspect is in Custody

    Two police officers were among four people killed in a shooting in Fredericton, New Brunswick, police in the Canadian provincial capital said Friday. “No names are being released at this time. Please appreciate this is a difficult time for their families and our colleagues,” Fredericton police said on Twitter. A suspect is in custody, and the crime scene has been “contained,” police said. They said the investigation is ongoing. Police later said there was “no further threat to the public” […]

  • Female War Hero Leads New Wave of Veteran Candidates

    MJ Hegar does not hold back. “I’m an ass kicking, motorcycle-riding, Texas Democrat. That’s who I am!” She says that emphatically, unblinkingly and unapologetically to a constituent at a political meet-and-greet in a suburban Austin, Texas, home. And she is talking to someone she needs to win over. “I’m a Republican,” the woman says to Hegar. “I’d like to know, in a county that is predominantly Republican, what makes you different from our current congressman?” That question hits on the […]

  • Melania Trump’s Parents Gain US Citizenship

    President Donald Trump’s in-laws are officially United States citizens. Viktor and Amalija Knavs, the parents of first lady Melania Trump, were granted citizenship Thursday, their immigration attorney, Michael Wildes, announced. “It went well and they are very grateful and appreciative of this wonderful day for their family,” he said in a statement to CNN. The first lady’s office declined to comment. Viktor and Amalija Knavs had been living in the United States with green cards and have been frequently spotted […]

  • Tribune Calls Off $3.9 Billion Sinclair Media Deal

    The Sinclair Broadcast Group acquisition of Tribune Media is dead. Tribune said in a statement Thursday that it has terminated its merger agreement with Sinclair, scuttling a $3.9 billion deal that would have given the broadcasting group an even broader reach into American living rooms. It’s also suing Sinclair for breach of contract. The breakup of the deal is a stinging defeat for Sinclair, owner of dozens of local television stations. Sinclair has been scrutinized for its ties to the […]

  • Five Charged with Child Abuse After 11 Emaciated Children Found in Trailer

    The message, forwarded by a detective in another state 1,500 miles away to the Taos County Sheriff’s Office in New Mexico, was to the point: “We are starving and need food and water,” it said in part. It came, apparently, from someone inside a makeshift compound hidden in Taos County, and made its way to the sheriff’s office through someone else who received it and got it to law enforcement in Georgia. It was enough to trigger a raid Friday […]

  • It Started as a Hobby. Now They’re Using DNA to Help Cops Crack Cold Cases

    In a dizzying span over the past few months, some of the nation’s most frustratingly unsolvable cold cases have suddenly been, well, solved. First was the arrest in April of a California man who police say is the notorious Golden State Killer. Then came the arrest of a suspect in the 1986 killing of a 12-year-old girl in Washington state. Soon authorities were charging a man for the 1992 sexual assault and killing of a 25-year-old schoolteacher in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, […]

  • Urban Meyer on Leave as Ohio State Investigates What He Knew About Allegations Against Ex-Assistant

    Ohio State University placed its head football coach, Urban Meyer, on paid administrative leave on Wednesday as it investigates whether he was aware of domestic violence allegations against fired assistant coach Zach Smith. “The university is conducting an investigation into these allegations,” Ohio State said. Ryan Day, who has been the team’s offensive coordinator, will be acting head football coach while Meyer is on leave. “We are focused on supporting our players and on getting to the truth as expeditiously […]

  • New Report Sheds Light on Presidential Twitter Tirade Against Robert Mueller

    WASHINGTON, DC  — (CNN) — President Donald Trump’s tweet Wednesday calling on his attorney general, Jeff Sessions to end special counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation into Russian election interference came as his lawyers continue to haggle with the special counsel about the parameters of a potential presidential interview. On Tuesday evening and Wednesday morning, Trump’s lawyers updated him by phone on the latest developments, one person familiar with the matter told CNN. That included Mueller’s latest proposal to secure an interview with Trump, […]