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Fayed, the outspoken Egyptian tycoon who transformed the fortunes of two London institutions, the Harrods department store and Fulham Football Club, and waged a war of words with Britain’s royals after his son was killed in a car crash alongside Diana,
The roughly 91,000 migrants who were arrested after crossing together as families exceeded a record set in May 2019, the height of the border crisis during the Trump administration.
The self-made Egyptian businessman was the former owner of famed London department store Harrods and Fulham Football Club.
It doesn't mean Trump is eligible for office. It means people can't raise legal claims just because they want to.
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Scientists say they have found a link between human-related greenhouse gas emissions and polar bear reproduction and survival rates for the first time in a new study, potentially overcoming a barrier to protecting the species.
He was the first Black person to sail alone by way of the arduous southern route, rounding the perilous Cape Horn and withstanding storms and loneliness.
Americans for Prosperity Action, a super PAC backed by billionaire conservative activist Charles Koch, is spending $1.68 million on ads in North Carolina, Arkansas and Tennessee, according to Carolina Journal.
Students are also aware of this harm. Last year, Georgia students were silenced after speaking up in opposition to HB 1084. They know their educational freedoms and rights are on the line and should have a voice in the process, especially when those rights are threatened.
The “something-something-something” has to stay vague because nobody making this very (to steal a term) problematic argument can fully connect the dots. There is a long and ugly history of ...
In a phone interview with ABC News, Republican Sen. Ted Cruz, who is seeking reelection in Texas next year, said he watched the "lively debate" among GOP presidential hopefuls but thinks it will come down to two competitors, both of whom he calls friends: former President Donald Trump and Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis.
Florida International University's Dr. Shahid Hamid, an internationally recognized expert on the insurance and financial consequences of hurricanes, says everyone should have federally subsidized flood insurance no matter where they live.
Nearly two months after severe flooding inundated Vermont’s capital city and other parts of the state, four shops in downtown Montpelier reopened Friday, with customers telling them they’re glad they’re back.
Commuters use the Yellow Line Metro at the L'Enfant Plaza Metro Station in 2015. (Sammy Dallal/For the Washington Post) A man was stabbed and critically wounded Friday afternoon during a fight aboard a Green Line Metro train, according to a transit system ...
Some scholars say Trump is disqualified under the 14th Amendment’s insurrection clause. Here’s how the courts might wade in.
Legislation aiming to hold social media platforms liable for addiction and other harms (S.B. 680) to child users was killed by a key committee Friday, the second year in a row this has happened.
A study commissioned by the government to recommend minimum staffing levels at nursing homes drew no conclusions. And that means Biden's pledge to set those minimums may come to far less than hoped.
In Gulf Coast communities like Horseshoe Beach, some residences were mostly unscathed, while others were obliterated. Experts say building codes played a large role.
The Biden administration says U.S. nursing homes will, for the first time, have to comply with federal rules on staffing levels
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A popular female bear has been shot dead on the outskirts of a town in central Italy and a man has admitted he opened fire out of fear. The bear, named Amarena, was filmed earlier this week roaming around the town of San Sebastiano Dei Marsi with her two cubs.
Representatives of Texas cities are girding themselves for a wave of legal battles as a new “blanket preemption” law takes effect in the state. Under the measure, which officially went into effect
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Lawyers for a coalition of media outlets challenging Kohberger’s request to remove the cameras asked for the delay.
Japan is reluctant to acknowledge colonial-era violence, leaving the job of historical reckoning to individuals and civic groups. For Koreans investigating a 1923 massacre, it’s not just a matter of truth,
The drone attack on an airbase in the Russian city of Pskov on Tuesday was launched from inside Russia, Ukraine's military intelligence chief has said. Kyrylo Budanov said two Ilyushin cargo planes were destroyed and two damaged. Russia says four were damaged.
Last week, a show of force by the Philippine Navy in conjunction with the United States Navy successfully forced an aggressive Chinese Communist Party Coast Guard vessel to back down,
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Rudy Giuliani on Friday pleaded not guilty to Georgia charges that accuse him of trying, along with former President Donald Trump and others, to illegally overturn the results of the 2020 election in the state.
Former President Donald Trump and several of his 18 co-defendants named in a racketeering indictment in Georgia have pleaded not guilty and waived their arraignment appearances, which were scheduled for next week.
Federer is retired, Nadal is injured and absent, and Djokovic, still a fearsome champ, is starting look lonely. Enter Carlos Alcaraz, tennis's new prince.
The decision provides important protection for property rights, and features a powerful concurring opinion by prominent conservative Judge Amal Thapar.
The New York City Police Department's 121st Precinct arrested a person during a traffic stop who they say was impersonating a city official.
Fayed, former owner of the famed Harrods department store in London whose son was killed in a car crash with Princess Diana, has died, according to the football club he once owned. He was 94.
A venue conceived by Madison Square Garden Entertainment offers advertisers a digital billboard it hopes can rival those in Times Square.
Despite receiving record amounts of federal aid during the COVID-19 pandemic, American schools still failed to prevent dramatic learning loss among students. This should be far from surprising. Contrary to popular belief,
Lawmakers are asking the State Department about a backlog of passport applications and requesting that the department focus on combating the “bad actors” who are scamming Americans desperate for passports.
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Virginia mom Ashleigh Watts, 37, was allegedly caught topless in a pattern of sexual behavior with two 15-year-old brothers who lived next door to her.
A mother of four struggling to keep money in the bank on Friday accused the White House of being “oblivious” to widespread inflation.
The state of Virginia is warning of a statewide outbreak of meningococcal disease, a "rare but serious" bacterial illness that can lead to meningitis. Here's what you need to know.
Now even Burning Man is a threat to the planet in the eyes of the climate extremists. A handful of radicals caused a miles-long traffic standstill in Nevada by blocking access the annual desert counter-culture fest, which “only” aims to be carbon-neutral by the end of the decade.
Democratic Party discord as a deadline passes in the fight between the DNC and New Hampshire over a new nominating calendar suggested by President Biden
The shareholders accused Amazon’s founder and executives of “consciously and intentionally breached their most basic fiduciary responsibilities.”
Skipping the salt could slash heart disease risk by nearly 20%, according to research presented at the annual meeting of the European Society of Cardiology, which was held in Amsterdam this week.
An unhinged man accused of shoving a married mom onto the tracks at a Manhattan subway station, breaking her leg, had just one evil thought in mind when he confronted his victim, prosecutors said.
Three people whose decomposing bodies were found at a remote campsite in the Rocky Mountains earlier this summer died while trying to live off the grid, a family member says. In July, the Gunnison County, Colorado coroner identified the bodies as sisters ...
As of October 1, white noise podcasters will be ineligible to earn money through Spotify’s “Ambassador Ads” program.