President Trump gave what he said, "may be the most important speech" he's ever made. It's not about Covid. It's a 46-minute attack on American democracy.
Photos show people flocking to Buckingham Palace to mourn Prince Philip's death with flowers and flags
Despite the palace's discouragement, crowds mourned with flowers and tributes outside Buckingham Palace following Prince Philip's death on Friday.
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Crenshaw said he underwent emergency surgery Friday in Houston for a detached retina in his left eye. He won't be able to see for at least a month.
The star, who appeared on the seventh series of Big Brother in 2006, had anorexia.
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The Cup Series completed 42 laps after a long rain delay and before the skies opened up again Saturday night.
France will lengthen the period between the first and second shots of mRNA anti-COVID vaccines to six weeks from four weeks as of April 14 to accelerate the inoculation campaign, Health Minister Olivier Veran told the JDD newspaper on Sunday. Although France's top health authority advised a six-week period between the two shots in January in order to stretch supplies, the government at the time said there was insufficient data on how well the vaccines performed with a longer interval. France could safely do so now because it was vaccinating a younger age group, Veran said.
4 militia group members tied to the 'Boogaloo' movement were charged with planning to obstruct the investigation of a federal officer's murder
The four men were members of a Northern California militia group called the "1st Detachment, 1st California Grizzly Scouts," an indictment alleges.
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Determined action came at the end of the week from lawmakers in Annapolis after Gov. Larry Hogan vetoed police reform bills. The Republican governor vetoed legislation Friday that includes the core components of a series of police reform bills. The legislation, nearly a year in the making, is in response to the Minneapolis police in-custody death of George Floyd and the protests of thousands of people demanding more police accountability and transparency.
The ceremony is split over two days for the first time, with more winners to be revealed on Sunday.
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The company’s online ordering system said the product was “out of stock.”
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A limited number of fans see the Dodgers win their home opener and receive their 2020 championship rings Friday.
Monitors report another "explosive event" at a volcano on the now ash-covered Caribbean island of St Vincent.
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More Americans identify as Democrats than Republicans by a margin that hasn't been seen in a decade, according to a report released by Gallup.
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Group inspired by Trump's 1776 Commission seeks to combat 'anti-American indoctrination' in education
1776 Action President Adam Waldeck joins ‘Fox and Friends Weekend.’
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The Angels waited out a rain delay that pushed back the first pitch by more than 2½ hours and then were crushed 15-1 by the Toronto Blue Jays on Saturday.
Thousands of people in Saint Vincent have been evacuated after the La Soufrière volcano erupted.
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A tribe in the South Pacific that worshipped the Duke of Edinburgh as a living god will likely transfer their allegiance to Prince Charles, a leading anthropologist has said. The Duke has for decades been worshipped as a spirit or god by a group of villages on the island of Tanna in Vanuatu, formerly an Anglo-French colony known as the New Hebrides. They would be deeply saddened by his passing and are set to respond to his death with ritual wailing, ceremonial dancing and the drinking of a mildly narcotic drink called kava, said Kirk Huffman, an authority on what is known as the Prince Philip Movement. “I imagine there will be some ritual wailing, some special dances. There will be a focus on the men drinking kava – it is the key to opening the door to the intangible world. On Tanna it is not drunk as a means of getting drunk. It connects the material world with the non-material world,” said Cambridge-educated Mr Huffman, the honorary curator of Vanuatu’s national museum. A muddy-looking liquid drunk from coconut shells or plastic bowls, kava is a mixture of water and the crushed roots of the kava plant, which grows throughout the South Pacific. Drinking it produces a feeling of mild euphoria and numbs the mouth and tongue. Prince Charles visited Vanuatu in 2018 on a trip to the Pacific. He was given a grass skirt and a garland and was appointed an honorary chief. He drank kava and met some of the tribal leaders of Tanna.
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There’s no greater need for the Dolphins on defense in this draft than finding another edge rusher, a position where Miami is lacking after the offseason jettisoning of Kyle Van Noy (released) and Shaq Lawson (traded to Houston for linebacker Benardrick McKinney).
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A congressional investigation found that Trump officials had been "overruling and bullying scientists," per The Washington Post.
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A Fresno police officer who is a former member of the extremist Proud Boys group has been fired, it was announced Friday. Officer Rick Fitzgerald had been on paid leave since an internal police investigation was launched last month after some people said he was seen wearing clothing associated with the white nationalist group while attending a rally in support of selling a local theatre to a church. “It is clear to me that there were egregious violations of department policy,” Mayor Jerry Dyer said in a statement. “I am pleased that Officer Fitzgerald will no longer be serving as a police officer with the city of Fresno." See more above.
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A Boston patrol cop allegedly abused a 12-year-old in 1995. Last year the victim reported that his daughter was abused by the same cop, who kept his badge despite an investigation finding he likely committed the crime.
A father reported that Patrick M. Rose Sr. assaulted his daughter between the ages of 7 to 12. In 1995, he also reported Rose for assault.