One person has been killed and another person was injured in a shooting that happened late Friday night in Fairfield. Police have not yet released any suspect information.
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Woman from California shares the biggest culture shocks she faced after moving to Iowa: ‘It’s crazy different’
A Californian is going viral after sharing the biggest culture shocks she faced after moving to Iowa.
Tammy Perreault, 63, was struck by an umbrella while sitting on a beach in South Carolina and died from her injuries nearly an hour later
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“It was very hectic,” said police officers who were at the scene.
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A mother in Florida was arrested after deputies say she went overboard in the discipline department.
The Union County Sheriff’s Office is requesting the public’s help giving a name to their newest employee, a German Shepherd.
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As awesome as the NC State Fair is, it just won’t be the same without this savory food — served from the fair’s longest operating booth.
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The Trump Organization’s chief financial officer is coming close to reaching a plea deal in a case investigating whether he funneled off-the-books income to himself and other executives at the company, but the potential deal reportedly does not bring prosecutors any closer to their main target: former President Trump. The New York Times reported Monday,…
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Jose Rodriguez came to America looking for a brighter future. He ended up a casualty in the political battle over immigration between Texas and New York
NEW YORK — Jose Rodriguez was tired, hungry and beaten down when he crossed the border from Mexico into Texas after a two-month journey. He didn’t have money, and he didn’t have many options. Although he had originally hoped to go to Miami, he heard there was a free bus to New York. Officials told him that if he boarded the bus, there’d be help waiting for him. Rodriguez believed there was a ...
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Photo Illustration by Thomas Levinson/The Daily Beast/GettyEBAM, Cameroon—At first Florencia Pirioua thought the Russian mercenaries she saw approaching her compound in Boko-Boudeye, just outside the western Central African Republic (CAR) town of Bouar, were in the community in search of rebels who had consistently targeted the area in the first four months of the year. But she says these paramilitaries from the infamous Wagner Group had an ulterior motive—to snatch children from their families.
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The beachgoer believes if he had waited any longer to swim out, “those girls wouldn’t have made it.”
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Wendy's employee Antoine Kendrick is being charged with second degree murder after altercation with customer.
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The Benin Bronzes must not be returned to Nigeria because the African nation profited from slavery, a US civil rights group has warned the Charity Commission.
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A Saturday night house fire on Raymond Avenue in White Settlement was intentionally set, authorities said.
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Only the wallpaper appears to be staying. Removal men spent Monday loading up two lorries with the contents of the flat above Number 11 Downing Street that has been Boris and Carrie Johnson’s home for just over three years.
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A once-prominent neurologist convicted last month of sexually abusing patients killed himself Monday at a New York City jail, two people familiar with the matter said. Dr. Ricardo Cruciani, 68, was found unresponsive in a shower area at the Eric M. Taylor Center, a jail at the notorious Rikers Island complex, the people said. Cruciani's lawyer, Frederick Sosinsky, confirmed in a statement that his client had died, but not the manner of death.
'Is it wrong that I like anything?': Anime fan in China says she was interrogated by police for wearing kimono
A woman in China claims that she was detained and interrogated by police after they spotted her wearing a white kimono while taking photos in Suzhou, China. On Wednesday evening, while waiting in line for a snack with her photographer, the two were suddenly surrounded by police officers in Huaihai street, a food strip popular for Japanese bars and restaurants, according to the woman.
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A mother is suing after she says an officer broke down her door, went inside her home and slammed her to the ground.
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Authorities said the fight was sparked over a romantic partner.
Alex Jones was ordered to pay millions in damages for his claims that Sandy Hook was a hoax, but the 1 in 5 Americans who believe him can harass surviving families without consequence. We talked to one of them.
Although Alex Jones has been held liable for his defamatory comments about Sandy Hook, a belief in "false flag" conspiracies is common in the US.
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A judge rejected seven motions advanced by Sheila O'Leary's defense attorney, saying none violated court rules. She will be sentenced next week.