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Sen. Bob Menendez on Monday delivered his first public remarks after being indicted on corruption charges.
A Vermont driver has pleaded not guilty to a charge in the June crash that killed actor Treat Williams
London police have been forced to call on neighboring departments and the military for backup after scores of specially trained firearms officers refused to carry guns after the murder charge filed against one of their colleagues
The Food and Drug Administration meets this week to consider a much-debated treatment for Lou Gehrig’s disease
The ninth-largest lottery jackpot will be on the line when numbers are drawn for a $785 million Powerball prize
A top German bishop says a scandal centering on sexual abuse allegations against a long-deceased cardinal has created a “very difficult situation” for the troubled Catholic Church in Germany
Italian prosecutors say that Matteo Messina Denaro, a convicted mastermind of some of the Sicilian Mafia’s most heinous slayings, has died in a hospital prison ward, months after being captured
The Pittsburgh Steelers’ charter flight home following a Sunday night win in Las Vegas made an emergency landing in Kansas City early Monday
The Italian actor is recovering from successful surgery.
Clinics unsuccessfully challenged new state limits on gender affirming care.
President Emmanuel Macron is preparing to reveal how France plans to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and meet the country’s climate-related commitments within the next seven years
North Korea calls South Korean president “a guy with a trash-like brain."
Megan Rapinoe got a triumphant send-off, and the United States beat South Africa 2-0
He was held hostage for four days by captors who demanded a $500,000 ransom.
Chronister said the victims are believed to be a local Plant City family who were en route to a quinceañera at a home just across the railroad crossing.
Riders at a Canadian amusement park got stuck upside down on a ride for nearly 30 minutes on Saturday.
The strike spanned 146 days and brought pickets to productions nationwide.
The Cuban embassy staff "suffered no harm," and "details are being worked out," Foreign Affairs Minister Bruno Rodríguez Parrilla said.
President Macron says France will end its military presence in Niger, pull its ambassador after coup
President Emmanuel Macron says France will also pull its ambassador.
A 14-year-old is dead and four others injured following a shooting in Chesapeake, Virginia, according to police.
California Gov. Gavin Newsom has signed several bills.
Rep. Mike Turner accused House Republican renegades of "voting with Nancy Pelosi" as they continue to rebuff Kevin McCarthy in his efforts to avoid a government shutdown.
Nordhausen is the location of the former Nazi concentration camp Mittelbau-Dora.
Woman arrested after 55 dogs are removed from animal rescue home and 5 dead puppies found in freezer
Woman who ran an animal rescue out of her now-condemned home has been arrested.
The president's ratings for the economy and immigration are at career lows, according to the latest ABC News/Washington Post poll.
Federal authorities are investigating the Baton Rouge Police Department following allegations that some officers "abused their authority," the FBI announced.
Six people were injured in a New Jersey house explosion that left the house "heavily damaged," according to West Milford Police.
The governor of southern Ukraine's Kherson region says Russian airstrikes have killed two people and wounded eight others
Tigst Assefa has broken the women’s world record by more than two minutes at the Berlin Marathon