Opening statements began Thursday in the first trial from a lawsuit against Sterigenics.
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Joe Buglewicz/Getty ImagesAfter a disastrous first day on the stand, Alex Jones skipped out on testifying Friday in his Connecticut defamation trial and headed back to Texas—but not before launching into a frenzied diatribe outside the courthouse about the “rigged” proceedings.On Thursday, things derailed almost immediately after the right-wing conspiracy theorist began his testimony, with Jones’ antics at one point leading Judge Barbara Bellis to ask his lawyer if he needed to be physically res
- Miami Herald
A Palm Beach Sheriff’s Office deputy on patrol in South Florida noticed a homeless family living out of a van in a parking lot, and offered help.
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As a former adult film star and strip club dancer, it's a tour that's personal for Kasey McClure.
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Corn Kid is inspiring a generation.
The New York Times reports that Walker's company claimed to donate a portion of its proceeds to four non-profit organizations — but some of the organizations say they never received a donation
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A Detroit, Michigan, radio news anchor was killed in an attempted murder-suicide at his home, the station said Friday.
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Pro-Life Activist Arrested After SWAT Team Raids Home with Guns Drawn in Front of ‘Screaming’ Children
Mark Houck, a pro-life author and sidewalk counselor was arrested in front of his children after the DOJ ordered a SWAT raid on his house for alleged violations of the FACE Act.
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Savannah City Council members Kesha Gibson-Carter and Kurtis Purtee traded vulgar insults following Sept. 8 council meeting.
A WWJ News anchor was the victim of a murder and attempted suicide in Chesterfield. Matthews was killed while two children, a woman, and a man were found injured. Police said the man had self-inflicted injuries.
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MIchael Close yelled out a window at the couple as they urged the dog to “go potty” before grabbing the AK and firing it 24 times at them.
Prosecutors say they have questions about the credibility of two witnesses. Gaetz has denied wrongdoing.
The main perpetrator involved in the brutal assault on four women at a restaurant in Tangshan, China, has been sentenced to 24 years in prison. On Friday, the Guangyang District People’s Court in Langfang, Hebei province, determined Chen Jizhi, 41, to be the ringleader of a gang that has conducted criminal activities since 2012. Chen and four other men were caught on camera violently beating four women at a barbecue restaurant in Tangshan on June 10 after one of the woman rejected his sexual proposal.
Ted Cruz was booed by a Texas audience when he said his plan to end school shootings is putting more police officers in schools
"You guys can instead sing kumbaya with them and hope they'll just stop, but what you're proposing doesn't work," Cruz said to a heated audience.
He was subdued by passengers and crew when he fled to the back of the aircraft after the confrontation, according to the U.S. attorney's office in Los Angeles.
Law & Order Season 22 Premiere Recap: Officer Down! Officer Down! — Plus, Grade the First-Ever 3-Way Crossover
This Law & Order premiere recap is for the final hour of a three-way crossover involving Law & Order: SVU and Law & Order: Organized Crime. Make sure to check out our recaps of Parts I and II. “Since when did drug-dealing, sex-trafficking gangsters make political statements?” That’s the question of the hour — asked […]
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The woman allegedly sustained cuts, an eye injury and a brain bleed.
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Alexander Tung Cuu Le, 33, of Westminster, has been charged with one count of interference with flight crew members and attendants, the Department of Justice announced on Thursday.
Conspiracy Theory Docuseries Shadowland Might as Well Be the Terrifying Sequel to The U.S. and the Holocaust
Taken together, the docs invite the question of whether the most cataclysmic fallout of American conspiracy theories is yet to come.
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Here’s what happened in court.