School officials say there will be no more student dress-up activities at a Georgia elementary school after its Civil War Day sparked conflict among students, parents and others
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A witness to the deadly shooting rampage inside a Maryland granite company says the suspect had grown increasingly hostile recently and had tried to pick fights with co-workers
French pastries, and butter, have become so popular abroad that the increased demand led to a mini shortage of the dairy product in French supermarkets
Michigan authorities are asking for the public's help in finding out who threw a rock from a highway overpass that smashed a car windshield and killed a 32-year-old man
From The New York Times: As Hollywood open up about the alleged sexual harassment by Harvey Weinstein, Melena Ryzik, Times culture reporter, finds that the industry has been making references about him in TV shows and awards programs for years.By: By NATALIA V. OSIPOVA, MELENA RYZIK and SARAH KERR. Watch the original video on Times Video: https://nyti.ms/2zlTg5I
House Speaker Paul Ryan poked fun at himself, the Senate's top Democrat and even the Catholic church on Thursday night. But the top target of the speaker's ribbing was President Donald Trump himself.
Today, the Daily Beast reports that some of President Trump's family and closest aides promoted tweets "from professional trolls paid by the Russian government.”
An Ohio woman has received 22 years in prison for the death of a toddler to whom she gave the anti-anxiety drug Xanax and left alone to shop and to meet a friend at the movies
Swiss Re, one of the world's biggest reinsurers, estimates that Hurricanes Harvey, Irma and Maria, two recent earthquakes in Mexico will cost the industry about $95 billion
France's drive to force internet giants to pay more taxes is losing steam, amid resistance from other EU countries that offer tax shelter to companies like Apple
A convicted cop killer who sued Alabama over its lethal injection method was put to death, but not before he cursed at the state and said: 'I hate you.'