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Monday’s hearing marks the third time Capitol Police Inspector General Michael Bolton will appear before the House Administration Committee to detail his interim findings.
After a bloody day of clashes that left 300 Palestinians injured in the hours before a scheduled ultra-nationalist flag parade, Hamas retaliated with dozens of rockets, prompting airstrikes from Israel that killed three children in Gaza, according to Gaza’s Ministry of Health.
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Since House Republicans began arguing that kicking Rep. Liz Cheney (R-Wyo.) out of leadership was about focusing on the future, Republicans including Donald Trump have set about undermining that talking point.
Many are paying the price for their decision to rebuke former president Donald Trump.
Milwaukee Bucks Senior Vice President Alex Lasry, left, and then-Bucks guard George Hill walk through a Milwaukee neighborhood during a voter canvassing effort. (AP)
British soldiers stole the priceless Benin bronzes nearly 125 years ago.
It’s the latest in a trend that may be tied to climate change.
The Kaniyat militia brutalized a Libyan town for years and no one held them to account. But the full scope of the atrocities has become apparent only in recent months with the unearthing of mass graves.  
Four people were injured, three of them critically, and police do not suspect a terrorist motive.
The election victory of pro-independence parties in the Scottish Parliament elections has reopened the debate.
Experts say smaller departments are able to adapt to their communities and hire officers with local ties, but they're also typically able to avoid the accountability being sought as part of the national movement to restructure and improve policing.
Between 500 and 800 bodies have been stored in the trucks since April 2020.
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Shibani Balsaver and Sheilanee Sen are suing the Los Angeles Police Department over a violent mix-up related to a rented U-Haul truck, which LAPD officers thought was stolen.
Derrick D. Jackson was charged with using interstate commerce to execute a murder-for-hire.
Forest Grove, Ore., police did not arrest off-duty officer Steven Teets after he attacked a home that was displaying a Black Lives Matter flag. Teets and a responding officer have been charged.
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Chipotle said that a wage increase of about $2 an hour per employee means that salaries for its crew will average $15 an hour by the end of June, although entry-level wages at the company will be $11 an hour.
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Serena Williams with her daughter Alexis at New York's Fashion Week in 2019. (Seth Wenig/AP)
Fans from foreign countries will not be allowed to attend this year’s Olympics in an attempt to lessen the spread of coronavirus.
These raging NBA debates cheapen the league’s rich history. Everybody needs to relax.
Listing players such as Nikola Jokic and Joel Embiid at multiple positions creates confusion for the All-NBA teams.
Everyone wants what is best for Mom. But when an aging parent receives a dire diagnosis, old scores, rivalries and pecking orders from childhood can come back to haunt.
Your friend let a 4-year-old look at her phone and the child found videos of people harming animals. What do you do?
Husband refuses to use her name … and has done so for 18 years.
Miss Manners advocates for putting away the jammies and embracing a variety of styles.
Alison Bechdel and her new graphic memoir. (HMH Books & Media; Elena Seibert)
In “The Secret to Superhuman Strength,” her first new book in nearly a decade, the "Fun Home" author examines her lifelong pursuit of fitness.