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FORT WORTH, Texas — A Texas gun store and shooting range is standing by its “not guilty sale,” launched in “celebration” of Kyle Rittenhouse and the outcome of his … more
ORLANDO, Fla. — A judge Monday restored the constitutional right to “presumption of innocence” for the Groveland Four, granting a prosecutor’s motion to throw out indictments … more
DALLAS — Weeks after they first gathered near Dealey Plaza, dozens of believers in the furthest fringe of the QAnon conspiracy theory remain in Dallas, expecting long-dead John F. Kennedy Jr. … more
A suburban Wisconsin Christmas parade turned deadly Sunday evening when the driver of a red SUV barreled the car into a procession of dance groups and high school bands. At least five people were … more
President Joe Biden selected Jerome Powell for a second four-year term as U.S. Federal Reserve chair and elevated Governor Lael Brainard to vice chair, maintaining consistency at the central bank as … more
LOS ANGELES — Mary Lyn Martinez followed the same Thanksgiving Day routine for years. She’d wake up early and slide the massive fowl into the oven, so that once relatives began to … more
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. — Gov. Ron DeSantis is calling on the Legislature to spend more than $1 billion to lower the state’s gas tax. At a news conference at a Buc-ee’s gas station in … more
President Joe Biden will give a speech on the economy and combating inflation on Tuesday as markets await his decision on the next Federal Reserve chair and possible moves to bring down U.S. energy … more
Two of the 17 missionaries kidnapped in Haiti more than a month ago have been released, Haiti police and the U.S.-based religious organization they worked for said Sunday. The group, which … more
A Penn State freshman who was reported missing last week and found two days later at a recycling center, is confirmed to have died after falling down an apartment building’s trash … more
LOS ANGELES — One night in February 2020, police officers asked Nancy Wood to leave the park in Fountain Valley where she slept. Over the next year, they came again and again, shining a … more
PHILADELPHIA — A pregnant woman and her unborn child were killed Saturday night in a shooting in Philadelphia's Crescentville section that police say appears to have been a targeted hit. The … more
COVID vaccine booster shots hopefully will be strong enough that supplemental shots aren’t needed every six to 12 months, the country’s top infectious disease expert said on … more
NEW YORK — A horde of black-clad anarchists ran wild through southwestern Elmhurst, Queens after the Kyle Rittenhouse acquittal, targeting the middle-class area over its support of the New York … more
A growing share of U.S. adults who aren’t already parents say they probably won’t have children, citing reasons such as apathy, financial instability or the lack of a partner. A new … more
Several thousand protesters gathered in Vienna on Saturday after the Austrian government announced a vaccine mandate and a national lockdown to contain record coronavirus cases. The demonstration … more
Lawyers for Kyle Rittenhouse, the teenager acquitted on all charges for having killed two people at a tumultuous Black Lives Matter protest in Wisconsin last year, say they knew his personal … more
WASHINGTON — President Joe Biden is “healthy” and remains “fit to successfully execute the duties of the presidency,” his doctors said Friday after he underwent a … more
After 18-year-old Kyle Rittenhouse was found not guilty on all counts Friday in a case that resulted from the 2020 unrest in Kenosha, Wisconsin, Hollywood was quick to condemn the verdict, while some … more
In the run-up to Kyle Rittenhouse’s murder trial, legal experts cautioned that no matter which way the verdict fell, larger political conclusions should not be drawn from the case. But in a … more
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