Four young friends, who call themselves brothers, are collecting food for complete Thanksgiving dinners that they'll hand out to 55 Maryland families.
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Police arrested an ex-con killer this week just over a mile from the house where four University of Idaho college students were killed in their sleep last month.
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On the afternoon of Dec. 8, 1972, a Boeing 737 crashed into a residential neighborhood in Chicago, a mile and a half from Midway International Airport, where the flight - United Airlines Flight 553 - was headed for a layover between Washington National Airport and Omaha. Forty-three of the 61 people onboard were killed, as were two residents of a house where the plane came to rest. Almost immediately, FBI agents descended on the scene, according to reports at the time.Subscribe to The Post Most
Mexico's Tourism Train Construction Is Revealing Amazing Mayan Artifacts Right Before Destroying Them
The Tren Maya is one of those rare trains that’s hard to love. It’s an upwards of $20 billion project meant to take tourists into the heart of the Mexican rainforest where important, hard-to-reach cultural sites are a big business for some of the poorest places in Mexico. But the construction of this train is actively unveiling, and then destroying, the very sites that already draw tourists from across the globe.
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Russia reportedly asked U.S. authorities to help free a Russian spy imprisoned for murder in Germany in exchange for releasing wrongfully detained ex-Marine Paul Whelan. American officials told CNN on Friday that they shared multiple other options for the trade but that the Kremlin would only consider former colonel Vadim Krasikov, who is serving a…
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FedEx driver allegedly told investigators Texas girl was still alive after he struck her with vehicle
A FedEx driver panicked after striking a 7-year-old girl in Texas with his work van and threw her in the truck, where he killed her, authorities said.
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The author of a recent guest commentary got it all wrong about the Bill of Rights, this letter writer says. | Opinion
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Sam Brinton, a non-binary nuclear waste official in the Biden administration, is once again facing charges for attempting to steal luggage from an airport.
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Authorities are not saying if the incidents could be related.
"In the middle of the night they simply woke me up and said 'Get your things together' and that was it," Bout said in brief remarks to a reporter from national television. Bout came down the steps carrying a large bouquet of flowers before embracing his mother and then his wife.
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On the 60th anniversary of the Ford Rotunda Fire, let's take a closer look at the incident and the structure's iconic history.
The billionaire has been spending a lot of time in the city that is home to Twitter's headquarters.
UPDATE: Memphis Police say three teen sisters who went missing have all been found.
The scientific theory of why some Americans didn't want Brittney Griner to come home from a Russian prison
Plenty of Americans didn't support the US government's efforts to bring Brittney Griner home. An expert in hostage taking and recovery explains why.
Friends of Aamir Ali, 22, told investigators he went on a walk alone during a camping trip at Potters Creek Park on the shores of Canyon Lake in Texas before he disappeared
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She told him she needed medical supplies for her injuries.
An article claims the US Navy's Judge Advocate General's (JAG) Corps arrested House Speaker Nancy Pelosi on charges of "treason and seditious conspiracy." But the military branch says the allegation is false, and the website that originated the rumor regularly publishes made-up stories under the guise of satire."JAG Charges Nancy Pelosi with Treason, Seditious Conspiracy," says a December 3, 2022 headline from Real Raw News.The article says: "The United States Navy Judge Advocate General's Corps
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The 27-year-old didn’t show up to the Chicago hospital where she works, and friends grew concerned when they didn’t hear from her.
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Edgar Valdez-Villareal, a notorious drug cartel leader, has gone missing from the Bureau of Prisons system. He is mysteriously listed as having been "released" in November.
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An arrest has been made in the attack of a man with a bat on a New York City street in broad daylight, police said.
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A Red Roof Inn worker is accused of raping a hotel guest asking for help, according to the Coweta County Sheriff's Office.