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A magnitude-7.2 earthquake struck Mexico's southeastern Oaxaca state Friday, prompting evacuations north of there in Mexico city. [Read More]
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Ethiopia declared a state of emergency Friday citing a wave of anti-government protests one day after Prime Minister Hailemariam Desa... [Read More]
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White House Chief of Staff John Kelly on Friday announced measures to overhaul how security clearances are handled. [Read More]
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A West Virginia man pleaded guilty to fraud for his attempt to sell paintings stolen from a Boston art museum, the Justice Department said. [Read More]
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The Justice Department announced indictments Friday against 16 Russian individuals and groups that charges them with interfering in the 2016 U.S. election. [Read More]
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The FBI said Friday that it did not follow proper protocols after receiving a tip about Nikolas Cruz's "desire to kill people" in January. [Read More]
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The FBI said Friday that it did not follow proper protocols after receiving a tip about Nikolas Cruz's "desire to kill people" in January. [Read More]
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Hundreds of mourners, including parents of students who were shot at a Florida high school this week, gathered for a candlelight vigil Thursday night. [Read More]
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The Broward County Sheriff's Office on Thursday afternoon released the full list of the 17 victims of this week's deadly school shooting in South Florida. [Read More]
Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull banned ministers from having sexual relationships with staffers amid fallout from his deputy's extramarital affair. [Read More]
A second federal appeals court upheld a ban on the implementation of President Donald Trump's travel ban, saying it's likely unlawful because it targets Muslim. [Read More]
A witness who saw a troubled former student step onto the grounds of Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School radioed a co-worker in alarm. [Read More]
Law enforcement in South Florida arrested a 19-year-old former student in a high school shooting that left 17 people dead, local officials said Wednesday. [Read More]
Members of the House oversight committee Wednesday opened an investigation into the background check of former White House Staff Secretary Rob Porter. [Read More]
Law enforcement in South Florida on Wednesday said they were investigating reports of an "active shooter" and multiple victims at a high school. [Read More]
Law enforcement in South Florida arrested one person suspected of a shooting at a high school that left 17 people dead, local officials said Wednesday. [Read More]
Police at the NSA's Maryland headquarters opened fire on a vehicle attempting to access the compound resulting in injuries to three people, the FBI said. [Read More]
UPI photographer Kevin Dietsch won first-place this week in the Pictures of the Year International contest, for a photo of Houston Astros player Jose Altuve. [Read More]
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