German police are slowly evicting hundreds of climate change activists who've occupied a village set to be engulfed by a coal mine. CBS News' Tina Kraus has the latest on the battle over Luetzerath.
- Miami Herald
While she crossed her yard, the ground beneath her suddenly opened up, according to one outlet.
Dallas police said the driver who slammed her vehicle into a restaurant, injuring five people, was under the influence.
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Two children are dead and a baby was flown to a hospital with traumatic injuries after they were discovered inside a Duxbury home Tuesday night.
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Lindsay Clancy, 32, allegedly strangled her three kids before attempting suicide
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In this piece, we will take a look at the fifteen countries with the largest uranium reserves in the world. For more countries, head on over to 5 Countries With the Largest Uranium Reserves in the World. The growth in the awareness of global warming and the risks of greenhouse gas emissions has spurred a […]
- Tallahassee Democrat
Those who have devoted their lives to finding a way to reduce gun violence wisely encourage avoiding words that are known to create division.
- USA TODAY
The five police officers are Black. Does it matter? Experts say the race of the victim in police-involved shootings is far more important.
Lawyers for the bankrupt crypto exchange's founder said there was no evidence for restricting access to crypto held by FTX as part of bail conditions in a fraud trial.
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Florida wildlife officials are recommending charges against a man accused of dragging a shark around a beach after beating it with a hammer. The incident was caught on video.
Detectives confirm they have shared their concerns with the families of James and Barry Gillespie.
Disney World has often been branded with a phrase that was first applied to its sister resort Disneyland. When you visit one of the four Disney World theme parks, the company wants that image projected.
- Business Insider
A video of Tyre Nichols being killed by police is due to be released Friday. Even the police chief says what it shows is 'heinous' and 'inhumane.'
Tyre Nichols died after he was beaten by police at a traffic stop. Chief Cerelyn Davis said the footage shows a "disregard of basic human rights."
- Patriot Ledger
The 8-month-old boy who was seriously injured inside his Duxbury home Tuesday night has died of his injuries at a Boston hospital.
- Charlotte Observer
The quake had a depth of 2.36 miles, according to the U.S. Geological Survey.
The odor of urine and feces was “very strong,” animal waste was on the floor, and trash was throughout the house, police said.
- AZCentral | The Arizona Republic
EPCOR is trying to keep water flowing in Rio Verde Foothills. But its proposal comes at great cost to many - and still doesn't fix the problem.
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Arizona cold case investigators identify woman found stuffed in canvas sack in desert over 50 years ago
A woman found in a sack in the Arizona desert more than 50 years ago has been identified, authorities said this week.
- Yahoo News UK
Lavinia Pinner punched, kicked, scratched and bit the teenager while banging his head against a wall when she thought he was threatening her partner outside the boy's home in Cheshire.
- Associated Press
Inside a warehouse at the industrial Port of Portland lies what some believe could be the answer to Oregon's housing crisis — a prototype of an affordable housing unit made from mass timber. Once mass-produced at the factory being planned at the port, the units ranging from 426 square feet (40 square meters) to 1,136 square feet (106 square meters) could be deployed across the state to be assembled in urban and rural communities alike, potentially alleviating a critical housing shortage that has driven Oregon's high rates of homelessness.