Jan. 6 rioters are raking in thousands in donations. Now the US is coming after their haul
Less than two months after he pleaded guilty to storming the U.S. Capitol, Texas resident Daniel Goodwyn appeared on Tucker Carlson’s then-Fox News show and promoted a website where supporters could donate money to Goodwyn and other rioters whom the site called “political prisoners.”. The Justice Department now...
Maine woman takes baby raccoon for Petco nail trim
A baby raccoon taken for a nail trim at a Petco location in Maine was euthanized and checked for rabies, as investigators seek more information about the woman who had sought to groom the animal.
South Korean arrested for opening plane emergency exit door, faces up to 10 years in prison
SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — A man who opened an emergency exit door during a flight in South Korea was formally arrested Sunday and faces up to 10 years in prison on a charge of violating the aviation security law, officials said. During a preliminary questioning, the 33-year-old told...
Artificial intelligence model to help scientists predict whether breast cancer will spread
Breast cancer researchers in the U.K. said they have developed an AI model to help scientists predict whether breast cancer will spread to other parts of the body.
2 more horses die at Churchill Downs, marking 12 deaths this month
Two more horses have died after suffering injuries the Louisville racetrack that annually hosts the Kentucky Derby, the 11th and 12th horses to die just this month at Churchill Downs.Lost in Limbo and Mare Kimberly Dream, both 7-year-old Kentucky breds, were euthanized on Friday and Saturday, the Associated Press reported, citing officials at the racetrack. Mare Kimberly Dream sustained a distal sesamodean ligament rupture to her front leg while running in Saturday's first race. Lost in Limbo suffered a similar injury during the seventh race on Friday.All 12 horses were put down after suffering serious injuries on the racetrack. Churchill Downs...
Trump Looks Like He Will Get the 2024 Crowd He Wants
Gov. Ron DeSantis of Florida officially entered the presidential race last week, but he appears further than ever from the one-on-one matchup that his allies believe he needs to wrest the nomination from former President Donald Trump.
Gunman at large after 3 people shot at Seattle casino
Deputies responded to reports of a shooting with injuries at a casino near Seattle, the King County Sheriff's Office said.
Protesters accuse Roger Waters of antisemitism ahead of Frankfurt gig
Several Jewish groups, politicians and an alliance of civil society groups gathered for a memorial ceremony and a protest rally against a concert by Roger Waters in Frankfurt on Sunday evening. They accuse the Pink Floyd co-founder of antisemitism – an allegation he denies. Waters has also drawn their...
Alabama makes it a crime to panhandle, loiter on roads as homeless advocates cry foul
A new Alabama law set to go in effect in August bans panhandling and loitering on state highways and roadways, something advocates say will help enhance public safety.
NYC to house migrants in former Harlem prison after green light from governor
New York City officials plan to house migrants at a former prison in Harlem after receiving the green light from Gov. Kathy Hochul, reports said Sunday.
Venice's Grand Canal turns phosphorescent green
A stretch of Venice's Grand Canal turned bright green Sunday, prompting police to investigate amid speculation about a stunt by environmentalists. It is not the first time the Grand Canal has been turned green.
A bus driver and passenger opened fire on each other on a moving Charlotte transit bus, leaving both injured
A bus driver and passenger were both injured when they shot at each other in a dramatic incident on a moving Charlotte transit bus this month, transit authorities said.
Feinstein, Back in the Senate, Relies Heavily on Staff to Function
WASHINGTON — When Sen. Dianne Feinstein entered a hearing room this month to reclaim her seat on the Senate Judiciary Committee after a monthslong absence, she was accompanied by a phalanx of aides.
China marks maiden commercial voyage of first domestically produced passenger jet
China on Sunday celebrated the maiden commercial voyage of its first domestically produced passenger jet, a significant milestone for the country seeking to compete with the West.
Modi inaugurates grand new Indian parliament
Flanked by priests, Hindu nationalist Prime Minister Narendra Modi inaugurated a new Indian parliament on Sunday in a ceremony steeped in religious symbolism but boycotted by opposition parties. "The prime minister is considering the inauguration of Parliament House as a coronation," Gandhi tweeted on Sunday.
Liz Cheney calls out Donald Trump, Republican colleagues in speech: 'Wanted me to lie'
Former Rep. Liz Cheney slammed former President Donald Trump and her Republican colleagues in a commencement speech in Colorado.
Biden hopes to get re-elected with a little help from his friends
He’s 80 years old. He’s got a demanding day job. And he was never the world’s most electric campaigner to begin with. To win re-election, President Joe Biden plans to tap an expansive stable of friends and allies to go where he can’t, say what he won’t and be what he’ll never be.
Rescue operations underway after apartment building partially collapses in Davenport, Iowa
DAVENPORT, Iowa (AP) — Rescue operations were underway Sunday evening after part of an apartment building collapsed in the eastern Iowa city of Davenport. Authorities have not said whether anyone was killed. Authorities said people were treated for injuries at the scene but did not detail how many. Rescuers...
Bipartisan agreement reached to avoid debt-limit default, Biden announces
President Joe Biden on Sunday announced a debt ceiling deal he said would avoid a "catastrophic default" from the federal government while keeping the economy fluid. "It takes the threat of catastrophic default off the table," Biden said during a brief statement on the bipartisan agreement that would still need approval from both chambers of Congress.
McCarthy: Student loan payment pause ‘gone’ under debt ceiling deal
Speaker Kevin McCarthy said on Sunday described the student loan payment pause as “gone” as part of the debt ceiling deal announced by the California Republican and President Biden late Saturday night. “The pause is gone within 60 days of this being signed. So that is another victory because that brings in $5 billion each…
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