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The former vice president made reference to the president's treatment of women, and suggested a violent way to address it.
The man, who plans to appeal, called the conviction a “very dark day” for freedom of expression.
The brothers agreed to join the Navy on one condition: They wanted to serve at the same place.
An aerospace engineer insists the plan is theoretical. It sounds like a movie script.
“It’s time to go for it,” Yann Arnaud wrote on Instagram, hours before his fatal fall during a performance of “Volta” in Tampa.
Neighbors called him “the hermit on the hill,” but history would forever remember his real name: Theodore “Ted” Kaczynski, the Unabomber.
Kevin Esterly met Amy Yu at church when she was 8. Recently, police say, he was signing her out of school and had rented an apartment near her home.
Six years ago, authorities in Pennsylvania said gold hunters couldn't dig on state land. Now, they appear to be working together.
A week ago, Leslie Gibson was running unopposed in Maine's 57th House district. Then he criticized survivors of the school shooting in Parkland, Fla.
The billionaire activist-investor said recent speculation about the timing of his sale of stocks in a crane manufacturing company “calls for a response.”