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"We are praying that God would do the miraculous again and restore his brain function," the wounded officer's mother said as a suspect was sought.
The soldier is refusing to cut her hair and said she wouldn't consume any food or beverages other than water and her prescribed medications.
The 11 who died in Tanzania were in brick structures in the town of Bukoba, said Augustine Olomi, regional police commander for the Kagera region.
Hinckley, 61, went to live with his elderly mother in Virginia, now that a federal judge has declared him no longer a threat to society.
Schlafly, who died Monday, had endorsed Trump in March, saying he had the "courage and the energy … in order to bring some changes."
Samsung asked users around the world to "immediately" return Galaxy Note 7s and get replacements, as more reports of the phones catching fire emerged.
What does 9/11 mean to children too young to remember it? In this video, teens reflect on how they learned about September 11, 2001. Warning: Video contains some disturbing images.
Authorities said Friday that the toddler's body temperature was about 108 degrees when he was discovered in his car seat.
The 'nurse' whose kiss was seen around the world thanks to an iconic photograph taken at the end of World War II has died at age 92, her son said.
Thousands gathered in Spain's capital Madrid to call for an end to bullfighting amid growing tensions on the matter.
Russia has staged one its largest ever military drills in the annexed Crimea peninsula but denies it is being provocative.
Hillary Clinton said half of Trump's supporters were "desperate for change" but the other half belonged in a "basket of deplorables."
Nearly all major U.S. objectives differ from Russia's, leading experts to question what Trump's praise for Putin could mean if he were elected.
Hinckley, 61, plans to move in with his elderly mother in Virginia, now that a federal judge has declared him no longer a threat to society.
Fazul Rahim reflects on the 9/11 attacks that triggered the invasion of Afghanistan, and why there remains reason to hope in that broken land.
Fox, who was a prominent campaigner for Britain to leave the European Union, was recorded making the comments during a drinks party with activists.
A spike in homicides in Anchorage's great outdoors has residents on edge — and questioning whether Alaska's largest city has a roaming serial killer.
The agreement calls for a national cease fire on Sept. 12 and U.S. working with the opposition and Russia with Assad to see that it holds.
Unlike the nearly 3,000 other murders on Sept. 11, 2001, Henryk Siwiak's death, a borough away from Ground Zero, had nothing to do with terrorism.
The photo shows a couple passed out in an SUV in an incident the city said involved suspected heroin overdoses, as a child sat in the back seat.