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A Minnesota prosecutor said the artist died after consuming counterfeit Vicodin pills laced with the powerful painkiller fentanyl.
It looks and sounds like the kind of online news millennials love — with a heavy dose of talking points pushed by Russia
Parrish — population 982 — became the butt of jokes after complaining that the smell from the train was making the outdoors unbearable.
More than 1.1 million customers had electricity as of 7 a.m. Thursday morning.
"Anytime I'm encountered by cops, I can honestly say it's a thought that runs through my mind," one said. "You never know what's going to happen."
Cuba has a new president, and for the first time in over 40 years, his last name is not Castro.
Kent Syverud, Syracuse's chancellor, said of the video purportedly showing members of Theta Tau: "I am appalled and shaken by this."
Cohen has denied parts of the dossier, a 35-page document compiled by former British intelligence agent Christopher Steele
Magicians say they never reveal their secrets, but illusionist David Copperfield was compelled to tell the truth and nothing but on Wednesday.
The gold medalist says the Olympics doctor used food to groom his victims.
The 9/11 Commission report describes him as an "outspoken, flamboyant Islamist" who "relished any opportunity to extol the virtues of violent jihad."
The strongman's ruling party "has been suffering from an image problem in the U.S."
Each year that I lost the Emmy, I was determined to grow as an actress and be worthy of eventually winning.
To get a firmer grasp on what it's like to date and have sex in this uniquely fraught new era, we checked in with women and men of various ages and locations about their experiences.
"If I think that it's a meeting that is not going to be fruitful, we're not going to go," Trump said.
A Minnesota prosecutor will announce the results of a two-year investigation.
The Popovichs met in the 1970s at the Air Force Academy while Gregg was assistant coach for the Falcons.
The National Enquirer's owner paid Karen McDougal for the rights to her story of the alleged affair but then published nothing.
The request was made by Sen. Tammy Duckworth, D-Ill., who was the first senator to give birth while serving.