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Van Ness told The New York 'Times' he is healthy and proud... [Read More]
They were supporters of France's yellow vest protests and tried to revive the movement... [Read More]
And you better believe they did the trademark Naruto run... [Read More]
Area 51 Basecamp organizers say only 500 people attended the event... [Read More]
Trump's tweeting has increased by 43% compared to last year... [Read More]
He would be the first Kennedy to run for congress since Ted Kennedy in 1962... [Read More]
The U.S. alleged Iran was behind an attack on major oil sites in Saudi Arabia... [Read More]
"I've turned down stuff. I've said, 'They know my character's going to die because I'm in it!'" [Read More]
Associated Press staff photographer Ramon Espinosa rode out Hurricane Dorian in the Bahamas and has stayed for the aftermath and cleanup. [Read More]
An estimated nearly 1,000 children have been separated from their parents since the practice was declared over by the Trump Administration. [Read More]
Students and activists across the globe are taking to the streets to demand action on climate change. Here's the latest from the strike. [Read More]
Organizers expect thousands to turn out, and 16-year-old climate activists Greta Thunberg is scheduled to speak. [Read More]
Antonio Brown was released from the New England Patriots just 10 days after he was accused of raping his former trainer in a civil lawsuit. [Read More]
A kid and his perfectly timed Naruto run earned him a spot in the Area 51 raid history books. [Read More]
People are actually posting Area 51 raid livestream videos on YouTube of the event and they're not really kidding. [Read More]
Robert Smith's pledge to pay the student loans of Morehouse College's class of 2019 will now include educational debt amassed by parents. [Read More]
'I've covered hurricanes in the Caribbean the last fourteen years... but nothing compared to this one'... [Read More]
Nearly 1,000 children have been separated from their parents since the practice was declared over... [Read More]
'It's heart breaking,' said Alain Baraton, Versailles's chief gardener... [Read More]
Two people familiar with the matter say the complaint was based on a series of events... [Read More]