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One day before Hillary Clinton holds her first major campaign rally, Democratic challenger Sen. Bernie Sanders criticized her.
The silent black-and-white footage shows Earhart smiling as she poses on and beside her Lockheed Electra as photographer Albert Bresnik takes photos.
The agreement will overhaul rules on the use of force, directing officers to use de-escalation tactics when possible.
One of the biggest great white sharks ever recorded has sent waves across the Internet not just for her plus size
The bus belongs to a Baptist church in Barnwell, South Carolina, and traveled to Cleveland for a weeklong mission trip, WRCB reported.
Federal courts in New York and Georgia temporarily shut down three debt collection agencies accused of sending deceptive and threatening texts.
Google must scrub search results worldwide when it agrees to requests from users to be "forgotten," France's data protection regulator said.
A young South African man who had the world's first successful penis transplant last December has impregnated his girlfriend, doctors said.
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UNESCO condemned a suspected Saudi-led airstrike on Yemen's 2,500-year-old Old City in the capital Sanaa.
Japan plans to lift evacuation orders more than 55,000 forced to flee their homes after the 2011 Fukushima nuclear disaster.
Pakistan has shut down global charity Save the Children's operations in the country and ordered all of its foreign employees to leave within 15 days.
Rachel Dolezal, a prominent civil rights activist in Spokane, Washington, and president of its NAACP chapter, is embroiled in controversy after her parents came forward to say she has no African ancestry.
Former IMF chief Dominique Strauss-Kahn was acquitted Friday of charges that he instigated sex parties with prostitutes.
Nicholas Rovinski is the unidentified man who the FBI said met with Usaamah Abdullah Rahim before Boston cops killed Rahim, sources told NBC News.