The powerful storms that ripped through parts of the United States last week killed at least five people in Mississippi, Florida and Alabama, officials said.
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Nina McGehee always knew that her family fled Europe before World War II broke out. But she only recently learned about what they left behind.
Lawyers for actor Jussie Smollett filed a motion Thursday opposing the appointment of a special prosecutor to review the dismissal of charges against him. Retired
Detectives have detained a person as they investigate the death of a woman who was found dead and partially decapitated in a Brooklyn apartment, New
The FBI has arrested a member of an armed militia that had detained hundreds of migrants at the border this week, the New Mexico attorney
Lawmakers in Washington state passed a bill Friday that would allow human remains to be composted. If Gov. Jay Inslee signs Senate Bill 5001 into
An African-American employee who claimed she was subject to stress and racial harassment after she complained about a coworker’s “Blue Lives Matter” flag and after
The Turpin children had a police dog when facing their parents in court. He’s comforted them for months.
As the children of David and Louise Turpin spoke about taking their life back and the nightmares they still have, a yellow Labrador sat quietly
A zookeeper is recovering in the hospital after she was attacked Saturday morning by a tiger at the Topeka, Kansas, zoo. The woman and a
Kim Kardashian on working with Trump on prison reform: ‘People sitting behind bars do not care who the president is’
Kim Kardashian West is making her case to become a lawyer after working with the White House to help commute the life sentence of a
Two Virginia police officers were fired after allegations of involvement with white supremacist groups surfaced. Virginia Division of Capitol Police announced on Wednesday that officer
A white driver faces hate crime charges after he allegedly tried to hit an interracial couple with his truck
A Louisiana man has been arrested and booked on charges including committing a hate crime after he allegedly accelerated his truck toward an interracial couple
An Ohio church is apologizing for an “inappropriate” Easter lesson in which a pastor urged students to spit on him, slap him and cut him
A man arrested carrying gas and lighters into St. Patrick’s Cathedral booked a one-way flight to Rome
For more than an hour, Marc Lamparello drove and walked around St. Patrick’s Cathedral before he entered the church carrying gallons of gasoline, lighter fluid
Residents of Flint, Michigan, can proceed with lawsuits that had been filed against the federal government in connection with the city’s water crisis, a federal