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President Trump warned about a "radical Democrat mob" at his rally in Pennsylvania. He used the term over the weekend, and other Republicans have echoed such strong language in the run-up to Nov. 6.
A woman who tried to fly to Ohio from Orlando with her rodent companion ultimately agreed to exit after the other passengers were required to deplane and police were called.
President Trump packed a lot of disinformation into his op-ed column for USA Today attacking a Democratic health care proposal. Here are five points to know.
Alleged Chinese spy Yanjun Xu was extradited from Belgium to the U.S. to face prosecution. He faces four charges, including conspiracy to conduct economic espionage and steal trade secrets.
Turkish officials say a squad of Saudi men killed Jamal Khashoggi shortly after he arrived at the Saudi consulate in Istanbul last week. "We're going to get to the bottom of it," Trump said Wednesday.
New York State Police charged Nauman Hussain just days after an accident killed 20 people in New York. His father's company has a record of failed inspections.
A nonprofit in Philadelphia is making plans to open a supervised drug injection site — which is against the law. Their response to justice department threats of a crackdown? "Bring it on."
Viktoria Marinova's death sparked an international outcry over the dangers journalists face. Bulgarian officials say the evidence shows she was the victim of a sex crime and not targeted for her work.
Angeline Murimirwa is lauded as one of the world's most influential women for her work with a charity that gives scholarships to poor girls in Africa. She herself was once one of those girls.
How do we discuss sexual assault and consent with teenage boys? A Jewish organization based near Philadelphia has developed a program to discuss difficult topics like this in an all-male setting.
One party celebrates its fundraising, while the other starts culling out the weakest candidates.
A Missouri judge ruled that election authorities must cease distributing materials that could "mislead" voters to believing photo identification is required to cast a ballot.
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The homeless crisis is affecting communities across Southern California.
Checking in on development, implementation of ShakeAlert, California’s early earthquake warning system| October 10 2018, 9:42 AM
After years of delays due to lack of funding California’s much-anticipated early earthquake warning system “ShakeAlert” was unveiled on Monday.
A new study published last Wednesday in the journal Science Advances shows how skilled surgical practitioners exhibit different brain activities from unskilled practitioners.
LeBron James made headlines Tuesday when he shed light on his parental techniques.
History will be made when Hurricane Michael makes landfall along the Florida Panhandle and northeastern Gulf Coast today