It's the best sleepover of all time.
It's the best sleepover of all time.
Greg Abbott has says his state will accept donations from ‘everybody’ who wants to contribute to the construction of a Texas border wall
White House chief of staff wanted DOJ to investigate conspiracy concerning Italian satellites
Donald Trump has announced plans to write the "book of all books" - but fears over its accuracy have made major publishing houses reluctant to handle the former president's memoirs. Even though Mr Trump's book would be a sure-fire bestseller, there are fears that the book would struggle to get past the fact-checkers and publishers would face a staff revolt if they took on the project. According to the Washington Post, the former president made 30,573 false or misleading claims while in office -
Fox contributor mocked for being among ‘the most un-self-aware people to walk the planet’
Immigration authorities cite massive backlog and ‘drastic increase’ in U-visa applications after Trump waiting list languished
Cases were found in Illinois, Massachusetts, Mississippi, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin
The victim will not be allowed to sue the company or the apartment host in exchange for the settlement payout
Some said establishment is ‘really saying please pay our workers so we don’t have to’
About 200 people participated in the boat parade
Have you ever been sitting at Pollo Tropical, cozying up to a mountain of delicious fried yuca and your favorite TropiChop and thought: All this moment needs to be perfect is some cheap alcohol?
Barbara Starr has called on the Biden administration to introduce new protections for journalists
Colorado congresswoman refers to ‘Clinton Crime Syndicate’ after death of reporter who broke story on meeting linked to former secretary of state’s private email server
Ha Ha Clinton-Dix, now 28, is a former first-round pick out of Alabama.
Plant owners say there was no leak at the Taishan facility - but gases were released on purpose.
GENEVA/MOSCOW (Reuters) -Don't expect a major breakthrough at a summit on Wednesday between U.S. President Joe Biden and his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin, a U.S. official said on Tuesday, given relations between Washington and Moscow are their most strained in years. The two leaders are expected to talk for four of five hours, the U.S. official said. Both leaders say they hope the Geneva meeting, their first in-person encounter since Biden became president in January, can lead to stable and predictable relations, even though they remain at odds over everything from Syria to Ukraine.
A Canadian man who is accused of deliberately running over five members of a Muslim family with his truck, killing four of them, now faces terrorism charges in addition to counts of first-degree murder and attempted murder, prosecutors said on Monday. Nathaniel Veltman, 20, was arrested shortly after the June 6 attack in a parking lot in London, Ontario, a short distance from the city's oldest mosque. Due to a publication ban, details from a hearing in which Veltman appeared by Zoom on Monday from jail cannot be revealed.
Harvey Weinstein has been ordered to be extradited to California to face additional charges. The former movie producer appeared via video link at a court hearing on Tuesday afternoon from Erie County, New York. Judge Kenneth Case denied Weinstein’s teams request, meaning that Weinstein is now expected to be transferred to California.
Law enforcement officers responded to a 911 call about an unconscious man in a car.
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One area in which experts have long called for change — a specific statute under which to charge domestic terrorists — won’t be addressed by the administration’s plans