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kali9/Getty Images (AUSTIN, Texas) — A 34-year-old former Army infantry officer was identified Wednesday morning as the suspect in a central Texas shooting rampage that unfolded over hours in two large cities and left his parents and four other people dead, and three people injured, including two police officers, authorities said. Austin police investigators “strongly […]

Image Source/Getty Images (NEW YORK) — An off-duty pilot who admitted to taking psychedelic mushrooms two days before he was accused of trying to shut down the engines of an Alaska Airlines jet in mid-flight from a cockpit jumpseat pleaded not guilty Thursday to 84 charges stemming from the attempted sabotage. Joseph David Emerson was […]

joe daniel price/Getty Images (NEW YORK) — The House Rules Committee announced Thursday it will consider a resolution next week to formalize Republicans’ impeachment inquiry into President Joe Biden. House Speaker Mike Johnson said earlier this week that he believes that Republicans would get the votes they need to formalize their inquiry. House Republicans have […]

Witthaya Prasongsin/Getty Images (DALLAS) — A judge granted a Texas woman’s request for an abortion for a pregnancy with a severe anomaly on Thursday. The woman, Kate Cox, had filed a lawsuit against the state over its restrictive abortion bans, asking a judge to grant her a temporary restraining order that would allow her to […]

Douglas Sacha/Getty Images (NEW YORK) — A gunman opened fire at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, Wednesday, killing three and injuring another in a “heinous” incident that shattered the peace of the campus, officials said. The gunman, who law enforcement officials have not named, went floor to floor in Beam Hall and was only […]

Mint Images/Getty Images (NEW YORK) — The House voted Thursday to censure Democrat Rep. Jamaal Bowman of New York for falsely pulling a fire alarm in a House office building in September. The final vote was 214-191 with five members voting present. Three Democrats voted with Republicans to censure Bowman. After the vote, Bowman stood […]

Scott Olson/Getty Images (WASHINGTON) — Donald Trump is raising new alarms about what he would do if he makes it back to the White House, even referring to himself in an interview Tuesday night as a “dictator,” but only, he said, on “Day One.” At a town hall in Iowa with Fox News host Sean […]

ftwitty/Getty Images (NEW YORK) — Former President Donald Trump is on trial in New York in a $250 million civil lawsuit that could alter the personal fortune and real estate empire that helped propel Trump to the White House. Trump, his sons Eric Trump and and Donald Trump Jr., and other top Trump Organization executives […]

The Good Brigade/Getty Images (NEW YORK) — Hanukkah has taken on a new meaning this year for many in the Jewish community after Israel was attacked by terrorist group Hamas on Oct. 7. More than 1,200 people in Israel were killed, and 6,900 others injured, according to Israeli officials. An estimated 236 people are said […]

Kevin Dietsch/Getty Images (WASHINGTON) — In the face of bipartisan backlash, Harvard University’s president on Wednesday tried to clarify answers she gave during a congressional hearing on Tuesday when asked how she would respond to calls for the “genocide of Jews.” Claudine Gay, one of three university presidents grilled before the House Education Committee over […]

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