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St. Paul police said David Martinez posted a topless photo of his wife after he was served with a restraining order.
When Kimberly Bermudez turned around, the man apologized for listening to her conversation. Then he handed her a stack of cash.
As for Obama: “I believe he may not have been the greatest president in history, but he’s one of the . . . nicest, good, one of the best people we ever had.”
Poll released as Trump commission debates response to school shootings.
Butina, 29, is accused of trying to establish “back channel” communications and was arrested Sunday in Washington, D.C.
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The boat was off the island's Eastern coast on Monday morning when the volcano sent what officials said was a basketball-sized “lava bomb” through the boat's roof and peppered it with volcanic debris.
Concord Management and Consulting argued that the Mueller case should be thrown out.
This is what happens when a gathering of “Western chauvinists” in MAGA hats meets in the same neighborhood as the local Democratic Socialists of America.
The technique used to find the Golden State Killer suspect is gaining traction.
What is scarier than a tornado? How about a tornado made of fire and poisonous gas!
Authorities say Antoine Travell Davis, a former staffer at a juvenile facility, egged on a group of teenagers to sexually assault a 15-year-old.
There were 9,000 Blockbuster video stores in 2004. As of Monday, there is a single one left in United States.
There were 1,673 vacant physician positions as of March, according to VA data.
Samantha Whitney Jones's son had methadone, amphetamine and methamphetamine in his blood, police say.
Valerio, a 3-year-old male jaguar, went on a territorial killing rampage at the Audubon Zoo in New Orleans.
Once again, a new lead in the cold case came thanks to the dramatic scientific breakthrough pairing forensic DNA with genealogical research.
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