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The state is home to the nation's largest public university system.
The Florida Republican tried to ease coronavirus concerns by suggesting, “If you can do Home Depot, if you can do Walmart, ... you absolutely can do the schools.”
Patrick Wood Crusius is facing more than 90 counts under federal hate crime and firearms laws for last summer's shooting at a local Walmart.
The actor told a British court on Wednesday that he never assaulted his ex-wife during a drug-fueled rampage in Australia.
Andres Guardado, 18, was killed by a Los Angeles sheriff’s deputy in June — one of several young Latinx men recently shot dead by law enforcement in California.
On TikTok, "The Science Guy" broke down how masks work — and why they beat other face coverings like scarves.
The unidentified woman will join one of the all-male Green Beret teams, capping a years long campaign to move women into the military’s front-line combat jobs.
The Jeffrey Epstein confidante reportedly had her clothes and sheets taken away while in custody over safety concerns.
President Donald Trump’s most famous New York City building is getting new artwork after a group, including Mayor Bill de Blasio, painted “Black Lives Matter” in front of the building.
Eighty-two cases of COVID-19 have been linked to Kanakuk Ministries' K-2 camp for teenagers in Lampe, Missouri.