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The former “Empire” actor faces six counts of felony disorderly conduct for allegedly filing a false police report about being the victim of a hate crime.
Nunes (R-Calif.) will step down from his seat at the end of December, the company said.
With high unemployment and a record contraction in the economy during the pandemic, many families in India can scarcely afford three meals a day.
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The European countries received a Level 4 warning while concern grows over the omicron variant of the coronavirus.
Officials say the FBI could not confirm assertions in a 2017 book that a key witness recanted prior testimony.
The plucky colt, who went from afterthought to first-place finisher in the controversial 2021 Kentucky Derby, died suddenly Monday at California’s Santa Anita racetrack.
Gray, currently a member of the D.C. Council, suffered a mild stroke after checking himself into a hospital over the weekend, his council office said. He was feeling well Monday evening and worked on council business from the hospital, his office said.
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The ominous threat of ground war in Europe hangs over President Biden’s upcoming call with Russian President Vladimir Putin.
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One of the pandemic labor shortages is happening in youth sports, where games are being canceled because there aren’t enough referees. Time off from the games made them realize how abusive parents and coaches are.
Cheyenne Brown left her home on Sept. 30, boarded a bus and never returned, her mother said.
The blaze broke out in the Cabin John area, fire officials said.
The General Assembly will consider a proposal that could make reelection tougher for Maryland's lone Republican congressman.
Quarterbacks have dominated the award for the past two decades, and three of this year's four finalists play the position.
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After a “special” performance in a win over the Raiders, Washington’s defense is living up to its potential.
The team fired general manager Neil Olshey, the leading corporate executive abruptly resigned, and franchise player Damian Lillard has expressed unhappiness.
The Wizards were their own worst enemy as self-inflicted mistakes arrived in crucial moments.
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In Peter Jackson's Beatles documentary, Paul McCartney writes "Get Back" in a number of minutes. Many musicians felt validated.
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Even in a year of recovery, theater hit some high notes, onstage and on-screen.
DanceCritic's Notebook
Despite the covid confinement, dance artists found many ways to unleash their creativity.
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Michael R. Jackson’s Pulitzer Prize winner got a vivacious tryout at Woolly Mammoth Theatre.