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“There’s no reason to go this far down the path ... and not bring criminal charges," Mulvaney said.
Vladimir Putin's influence has reportedly extended to at least one NHL team's Pride Night apparel.
A crash along the Baltimore beltway left six construction workers dead after a driver lost control of her vehicle Wednesday.
The likely 2024 GOP presidential candidate was harshly criticized for calling the Ukraine war a "territorial dispute" and for questioning U.S. support for Kyiv.
The Yankees legend expressed remorse to Howard Stern about cheating on women.
Democratic Gov. Roy Cooper is expected to sign the bill, which would make roughly 600,000 additional low-income residents eligible for coverage.
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Shou Zi Chew defended the popular app before House lawmakers who warned that data security and user safety issues could lead to a ban in the U.S.
Romy Mars, 16, says she was grounded because she “tried to charter a helicopter.” So she decided to break her mom and dad's “biggest rule.”
"The Wire" actor was only 60 years old when he was found dead inside his Los Angeles home.
The governing body of track and field also placed limits that will keep women with differences in sex development, or DSD, from competing.