Stampede at Louisiana Crawfish Festival
Stampede at Louisiana Crawfish Festival
Former advisor to Dick Cheney says ‘Liz is living reproach to all these cowards’
‘They were being kids,’ says South Carolina sheriff after US military trainee charged with 19 counts of kidnapping
The withdrawal could have a major impact on state’s economy
“If anyone is out there that can hear this, that has you, please, we’ll do whatever it takes to bring you back. We love you. We miss you. The girls need you.”
Attempts to mute defendant were unsuccessful and he may face competency hearing and detention
156 golfers teed off Thursday at Charlotte’s PGA event, competing for a first prize of nearly $1.5 million.
‘We have a trespass warning for you from Disney. You’re no longer allowed on the property’
Lakers forward Anthony Davis didn't return to Thursday's game against the Clippers because of back spasms, the team said.
America’s top diplomat warns Moscow ahead of Ukraine visit
Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador says funding of ‘political militancy’ undermines his government
American officials waiting for Tehran to accept conditions in negotiations in fresh round of nuclear deal talks aiming to reinstate 2015 deal, says State Department
European countries distanced themselves on Friday from a proposal backed by U.S. President Joe Biden to waive patent rights on coronavirus vaccines, arguing that key to ending the COVID-19 pandemic was making and sharing vaccines more quickly. French President Emmanuel Macron said the question of sharing patents was not the issue of the day, and called out Britain and the United States for blocking the export of vaccines and their ingredients to the wider world. Leaders of the 27-nation bloc were due to discuss the suggestion to share vaccine intellectual property at a two-day summit that opened in the Portuguese city of Porto on Friday, but they were divided on its usefulness.
The former mayor is facing mounting legal fees from divorces and a major defamation lawsuit
Anthony Antonio had come to believe Trump’s unfounded claims of widespread electoral fraud, his attorney says
Tories take Hartlepool in historic Red Wall by-election victory Gordon Rayner: Keir Starmer running out of time Tom Harris: Keir Starmer must ask himself some difficult questions Super Thursday results: Maps, charts and data across the UK Scottish Parliament: Key seats that could prove pivotal London mayor: How the capital voted Local elections: How your council voted Subscribe to The Telegraph for a month-long free trial Sir Keir Starmer is under pressure from his own party to clarify what he stands for, after Labour suffered a historic defeat in Hartlepool this morning. In-fighting broke out almost immediately after the results were announced, with Diane Abbott saying it was "not possible to blame Jeremy Corbyn for this result" adding: "Keir Starmer must think again about his strategy." John McDonnell, the former shadow chancellor, told Radio 4's Today programme the party's candidate Paul Williams had been sent to the electorate "almost naked" and "policy-less". Lloyd Russell-Moyle, a former shadow minister, attacked the "valueless flag waving and suit wearing" the leadership had adopted in recent months. Steve Reed, shadow secretary for communities and local government, said the party should accept the results "with great humility", but insisted Sir Keir was the man for the job. A Labour source said Sir Keir would "take responsibility for these results" and for "fixing" the party's electoral woes.
Ja’Mari Oliver’s school held a protest march Wednesday at a Safeway store where he was wrongly accused of stealing a sandwich.
A suspect is in custody
Jake Tapper confirms earlier rumours of discontent within the GOP about Liz Cheney’s potential replacement
‘This will not be an immediate fix,’ say billionaires after US answers calls from developing countries
The US secretary of state calls for Russia to cease "reckless" actions at the Ukrainian border.