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Police say a man sitting at the back of a public bus on the Las Vegas Strip started shooting "for no apparent reason" as passengers got off at a stop in the heart of the tourism corridor
A Turkish pop singer and 28 other people, mostly journalists, are being tried on terrorism charges for alleged links to a U.S.-based Muslim cleric blamed by Turkey for a failed coup attempt
The Tennessee state Senate could decide as early as Monday on whether to approve a resolution that would allow the body of former Tennessee president James K. Polk to be exhumed and moved to a fourth resting place
From The New York Times: Neighbors of Khalid Masood, the London attacker, were left stunned by the news that he had lived alongside them in Birmingham, after police officers raided his former home.By: By CAMILLA SCHICK. Watch the original video on Times Video: https://nyti.ms/2nRbM3X
Thousands of people crowded into Moscow's Pushkin Square on Sunday for an unsanctioned protest against the Russian government, part of a wave of demonstrations taking place throughout the country.
While the White House was trying to rally support for the healthcare bill, Trump was playing with trucks. Angeli Kakade (@angelikakade) has the story.
French Guiana is facing a nationwide strike amid mounting protests over crime and economic difficulty that have paralyzed the French territory in South America, halted flights and a rocket launch and prompted a U.S. travel warning
Europe's top banking supervisor says profits are "a weak spot" for financial institutions in the 19 countries that use the euro currency and that some should be "pushed out of the market" by merging with stronger competitors
Authorities in Fort Worth say federal immigration agents arrested 26 parolees living in the country illegally as they performed community service
A top British official says Westminster Bridge attacker Khalid Masood sent a WhatsApp message that cannot be accessed because it was encrypted by the popular messaging service