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Authorities say the reptile that was found in a Virginia neighborhood was likely a pet and was released into “the wild by well-meaning pet owners.”
The former Army intelligence analyst had been in custody since May after refusing to testify before a grand jury about her ties to WikiLeaks.
The Alexandria Blue Boy stamp carried a letter between a secretly courting couple 172 years ago, with instructions to burn it after reading.
Police in Virginia declared Jholie Moussa a runaway juvenile when she vanished. Now they're investigating a homicide.
“I believe that the people who shot and killed Bijan should be held accountable. Doesn’t matter if they are police officers or civilians."
They were participating in a "red rose rescue" demonstration.
"I just don’t take him seriously ... it sounded so hollow and vapid,” Richard Spencer says.
One staffer for House Majority Whip Steve Scalise said the ad made his "stomach turn."
Why does the gun industry persist in its lies? Short answer: to make money. With household gun ownership falling, the gun
Matt Mika, a Tyson Foods lobbyist, was shot multiple times.
We need a political environment where debates are intense but where the love of country and respect for each other is sacrosanct.
James Hodgkinson's record of domestic violence proves abusers are a threat not only to their partners, but to the public.
Peter Kuhmerker was set for the vacation of a lifetime -- a nine-day Ireland tour from Dublin to Killarney booked through
Police departments serve at the behest of a public with biases and prejudices. Why are they not considered political entities?
A chorus of right-wing opportunists want the country to believe that somehow the Bernie Sanders campaign and “the Left” are responsible.
Ralph Norman is seeking to fill a House seat vacated by White House budget director Mick Mulvaney.
The Iowa congressman accuses the former president of adding "mightily" to the divided political climate.
Rep. Chris Collins added that safety would improve if more people carried guns.
"They can't be stupid enough to do that," one email recipient said.
Daphne, a black and white pointer mix, was at a dog park adjacent to the site of the shooting when she was "scared off by the gunshots."