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The highly populated area is one of the world’s most vulnerable places to a hurricane
The 2015 movie's final scene flashed in Jacob O'Connor's mind. Then he sprang into action.
Mark Asay, a member of a white supremacist prison gang decades ago, was convicted of fatally shooting two men in 1987. He'll be the first person Florida has executed in 19 months.
"Michael the Black Man,” as he calls himself, has been in a cult, called Oprah the Devil, and thinks Hillary Clinton is in the KKK.
Amanda and William Green died from the fall and their boys, four and seven years old, were injured.
The motive for the murder allegedly by a Northwestern University microbiologist and an Oxford employee has remained a mystery until now.
Locals call it a “cosmic coincidence.”
The mayor of East Chicago, Ind., ordered everyone to leave a Superfund site one year ago. But for some, that wasn’t so easy.
The private Christian school outside Nashville is a powerhouse of wealth and athletic talent. Now a shocking lawsuit threatens to upend that image.
On Sunday night, GoDaddy said it gave the Daily Stormer 24 hours to move its website to another provider.