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Detroit pizzeria owner Tony Sacco was so upset over people getting $150 tickets for unwittingly parking in a handicap zone that he painted the street himself.
“He made Belgium bigger and France smaller, it’s not a good idea,” said David Lavaux, mayor of the Belgian village of Erquelinnes.
More than 25 cartoonists are celebrating the quirky holiday No Pants Day to help charities get clothing to those in need.
One day after launching his new “communications platform,” Trump assailed his former vice president, along with Mitch McConnell and Liz Cheney.
The New York company spent weeks trying to avert a recall for its treadmills, which have been tied to broken bones, lacerations and other injuries.
On Wednesday, a judge ruled that a letter written by the Duchess of Sussex that was published by the Daily Mail belonged to the Crown.
Facebook's Oversight Board said it will uphold the ban on former President Donald Trump's account for now, but the ruling must be reviewed in six months.
Paris Dennard just couldn't bring himself to say the election was legitimate during a grilling from ABC News' Terry Moran.
The "Fox & Friends" host fired back at the young student with a defense of the former president.
With Welcome to Chinatown, co-founder Vic Lee offers support for New York’s Asian American community as it navigates inequities exacerbated by the pandemic.