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A Los Angeles man already in custody in connection with another shooting investigation has been identified as the suspect in three recent killings of homeless men, police said Saturday.
President Trump’s unprecedented use of pardon power to benefit political and financial backers is paying dividends as he seeks to return to the White House.
Former president Trump sought to turn the tables on rising alarms from Democrats and some Republicans that Trump’s return to power would imperil free elections and civil liberties.
Muslim community leaders from several swing states pledged to withdraw support for U.S. President Joe Biden on Saturday at a conference in suburban Detroit, citing his refusal to call for a ceasefire in Gaza.
Never before had a House majority voted to evict its speaker, and not since the Civil War had the chamber voted to expel a member who was charged but not yet convicted of a crime.
Russian security forces raided gay clubs and bars across Moscow Friday night, less than 48 hours after the country’s top court banned what it called the “global LGBTQ+ movement” as an extremist organization.
Five homeless people were shot in Las Vegas on Friday, one of them fatally, and police were searching for a lone suspect, authorities said.
The Biden administration on Saturday issued a final rule aimed at reducing methane emissions, targeting the U.S. oil and natural gas industry for its role in global warming as President Joe Biden seeks to advance his climate legacy.
An investigation under a 2021 Florida law banning trans girls from playing on girls’ school sports teams has thrust a public high school into turmoil.
A powerful earthquake with a preliminary magnitude of 7.6 struck Saturday off the southern Philippine coast, prompting many villagers to flee their homes in panic around midnight after Philippine authorities issued a tsunami warning.
Some lawmakers say the government should reevaluate its relationship with Elon Musk and his firms, which agencies support with billions of dollars in contracts.
A search warrant affidavit and 911 audio released to news outlets on Friday shed light on a recently surfaced allegation that Florida GOP Chairman Christian Ziegler sexually assaulted a woman with whom he and his wife had had a previous sexual encounter.
Saudi Arabia, big fossil fuel producers sign onto initiatives to cut methane, as they try to position themselves as part of the fix for climate change.
Israel pounded targets in crowded southern Gaza on Saturday and ordered more neighborhoods designated for attack to evacuate, driving up the death toll as the United States and others urged it to do more to protect civilians a day after a truce collapsed.
“I want to be very clear about what we’re facing today - this is a killer who is preying on the unhoused,” Los Angeles Mayor Karen Bass said Friday.
An uncle of one of the victims said it never occurred to him that his nephew and his friends would have been the victims of this kind of violence when they came to stay with him in Burlington.
U.S. District Judge Tanya Chutkan’s decision tees up a legal fight over the scope of presidential power that could ultimately reach the U.S Supreme Court.
Japan’s top government spokesperson expressed concern that the U.S. military is continuing to fly Osprey aircraft in the country without providing adequate information about Wednesday’s fatal crash.
More than 23,000 asylum-seekers have been bused to Chicago from Texas this year, according to the city. Other Democratic-led cities are grappling with similar influxes.
An attorney for former President Donald Trump said it would amount to “election interference” if his client is the Republican nominee for president while on trial in Georgia in the months running up to the general election.
Federal prosecutors said the man, a former gang member and FBI informant, said he would’ve killed Chauvin had correctional officers not responded so quickly.
Some of the bodies of those who died were so badly burned in fires or explosions that there’s little left to identify, while others who might be alive still haven’t been traced.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said Friday that COVID-19 remains the main cause of hospitalizations and deaths in the country.