Did he really mean to say this out loud?
The scientific reason why some Americans don't want Brittney Griner to come home from Russian prison
Plenty of Americans don't support the US government's efforts to bring Brittney Griner home. A hostage taking and recovery expert tells Insider why.
Footage of Japanese kickboxer Rukiya “Demolition Man” Anpo recently went viral for showing him beating up uninvited fighters who interrupted a training session – or did they really? A video of the fight shows a group of "street fighters" seemingly barging into the gym where Anpo, 26, and fellow Japanese kickboxer Kosei Yamada, 29, were training. Several social media posts claimed that the "street fighters" challenged them to a fight.
Michael Cohen says Trump likely feels 'trapped' after the FBI's raid and is worried that whoever tipped off the feds has more dirt on him
"When the feds raid, usually what comes after that is an indictment and incarceration, and nobody knows that better than I," Cohen said.
Former longtime KTVU anchor and reporter Leslie Griffith has died. Viewers news may remember her as she spent more than two decades anchoring the 10 p.m. news alongside veteran anchor Dennis Richmond.
Two decades after their extraordinary separation surgery, Josie Hull and Teresa Cajas are leading lives that few imagined possible
Trump pleaded the Fifth more than 440 times during his deposition in New York, answering only a question about what his name is, NBC reports
Trump's attorney Ron Fischetti said the deposition involved Trump saying "same answer" over and over again to reiterate his Fifth Amendment right.
CNN's Pamela Brown quizzed Rep. Mike Turner (R-Ohio) on his past outrage over Hillary Clinton's handling of classified information.
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Trumpworld is roiling with finger-pointing and suspicion over a possible informant in Mar-a-Lago: report
Some in Trump's orbit have, per Rolling Stone, been trying to contact him to warn him not to speak to certain people.
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Kyle Shanahan is not happy with the NFL's rule that prevents him from wearing certain styles of hats, including the famous "Shanahat."
Pundits at the right-wing network seemed to be much more passionate about correctly handling classified information in 2016.
Former Trump campaign chair Paul Manafort says an inmate named 'Ralph' invited him to the 'Italian table' in prison and became his 'mentor'
Manafort ate his meals with "real characters" in prison, he wrote in his memoir. Were they Goodfellas? He didn't say that, exactly. But they were "all nice people."
Olivia Newton-John’s Niece Just Revealed the Last Words She Said Before Her Death—Here’s if She Was ‘Afraid of Dying’
The final moments between Olivia Newton-John and her family are emotional.
- Women's Health
Christina Aguilera is showing off her toned abs in a bikini made famous by Addison Rae this past week. She has been big on body positivity and mental wellness.
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FBI would not let Trump attorneys in rooms as agents raided Mar-a-Lago, warrant focused on NARA: source
The FBI prevented Trump attorneys from watching as it raided former President Trump's private home at Mar-a-Lago, a source familiar with the raid told Fox News.
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The 417-foot vessel appears to be fully assembled, masts and all, after being towed up the river last week.
Donald Trump asked what the difference was between the FBI raid in Mar-a-Lago and Watergate. A lot, according to historians and a political scientist.
Former President Donald Trump compared the FBI search of his Mar-a-Lago home to the Watergate scandal in 1972, when members of Richard Nixon's re-election campaign broke into the Democratic National Committee headquarters.
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Arizona's State Land Department unlawfully allowed Fondomonte to pump unlimited amounts of groundwater at no cost. That must stop.
Missing California teen Kiely Rodni sent her mom one final message late Friday night. The 16-year-old texted her mom, Lindsey Rodni-Nieman, from a party at the Prosser Family Campground in Truckee — about 15 miles north of Lake Tahoe — saying she planned to leave the party in 45 minutes and would come “straight home.” “I told her to be safe and that I loved her. And she said, ‘Ok, mom, I love you, too,” Rodni-Nieman told ABC News. But Rodni never made it home and she — and her silver 2013 Honda
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A jury on Tuesday acquitted a commercial truck driver of causing the deaths of seven motorcyclists in a horrific head-on collision in northern New Hampshire that exposed fatal flaws in the processing of license revocations across states. Volodymyr Zhukovskyy, 26, of West Springfield, Massachusetts, was found innocent on seven counts of manslaughter, seven counts of negligent homicide and one count of reckless conduct in connection with the June 21, 2019, crash in Randolph. Jurors deliberated for less than three hours after a two-week trial during which prosecutors argued that Zhukovskyy — who had taken heroin, fentanyl and cocaine earlier on the day of the crash — repeatedly swerved back and forth before the collision and told police he caused it.