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The deadline to fund the government is the end of the day Saturday.
Cleveland Browns tight end David Njoku listed as questionable for Sunday's game.
Several people were injured after the Flying Scotsman steam locomotive crashed.
Over 100,000 ethnic Armenian refugees have fled Nagorno-Karabakh, local authorities said, with it now appearing that virtually the entire Armenian population will leave.
Multiple people are dead and evacuations are in place after a semi-truck carrying a toxic substance overturned in rural Illinois Friday night, authorities said.
Russian President Vladimir Putin has released an address marking the one-year anniversary of Moscow’s unilateral annexation of four Ukrainian regions
Authorities in Illinois say a semitruck carrying anhydrous ammonia overturned in Illinois, causing “multiple fatalities” and prompting an evacuation of area residents
Zimbabwe’s state broadcaster reports that the collapse of a gold mine has killed six people, while 15 more are trapped underground
Germany’s government has rebuked X owner Elon Musk after he criticized the recent work of migrant rescue ships that German humanitarian groups operate in the Mediterranean Sea
A suspect was arrested Friday morning in connection with the 1996 murder of Tupac Shakur, a senior law enforcement official confirmed to ABC News.
Palestinian health officials say Israeli soldiers have shot and killed a Palestinian man in the West Bank
Special counsel raises more concerns over Trump's attacks on witnesses, suggests he may have violated law against purchasing firearm.
The FDA is warning that 6,456 cases of cantaloupe are being recalled due to a potential for salmonella.
Former Staples executive John Wilson was sentenced on Friday to one year of probation for his role in the college admissions cheating scheme known as Varsity Blues.
Authorities say a New Jersey man deliberately drove his SUV into a home and the offices of a municipal police department last week
The DOJ has charged an IRS tax consultant with allegedly leaking private tax information about wealthy individuals.
The price of a gallon of gas has risen about 80 cents over the past month.
House Republicans on Friday failed to pass a short-term funding bill to keep the government open, with more than a dozen conservative hard-liners voting against it.
Governor Gavin Newsom signed a new law in California to raise the minimum wage for fast food workers to $20 per hour next year.
Chicago’s police oversight agency says it has closed an investigation into allegations that city officers engaged in sexual misconduct with migrants housed at police stations
Six women were rescued from the back of a refrigerated truck in France on Wednesday after one of them called a BBC journalist who alerted the local police.
Prosecutors have indicated they may extend some sort of plea offer to the first two defendants set to stand trial next month in the Georgia election interference case.
State restrictions on books that can be made available to Iowa students have prompted some Des Moines area school districts to post disclaimers on Little Free Libraries
The White House is estimating that 3.5M federal workers will have to go without pay if the government shuts down.
Russian President Vladimir Putin has ordered one of the top commanders of the Wagner military contractor to take charge of “volunteer units” fighting in Ukraine
The FBI has arrested a member of the Proud Boys who went missing just before he was set to be sentenced for his role in Jan. 6.
The New York City area is experiencing major flooding as heavy rain slams New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania and Connecticut.
A 3-year-old boy has been shot and killed while in the car with his mother and brother.