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"I was buying eggs. I don't think that's suspicious," Ana Suda said after last week's incident with a Border Patrol agent.
The secretary of state outlined 12 steep demands aimed at the heart of Iran's foreign policy agenda.
A motive was not immediately clear, but a family pastor said Roger Self committed an act he would have "called insane and evil."
Dimitrios Pagourtzis remains "very confused" about Friday's shooting, which claimed 10 lives at Santa Fe High School.
Pope Francis' reported comments have been embraced as another sign of his desire to make gay people feel welcomed and loved in the Catholic Church.
Inquiry hears victim's devastating account: 'I held my son in my arms, hoping it was all a bad dream, wishing, praying for a miracle.'
"I want to learn the American culture, and I want America to learn the Pakistan culture, and I want us to come together and unite," she told her hosts.
British lawmakers want to see tighter controls on Russian 'dirty money' in London.
P.F. Chang's CEO Michael Osanloo said the chain hopes to open at least 10 more locations in Shanghai in the coming years.
Mississippi's Mike Moore says prescription drug companies are responsible for the nation's opioid addiction crisis.
The new Duchess of Sussex supports a charity that tackles the stigma of menstruation in Indian slums.
Residents dealing with Kilauea's eruption faced a fresh challenge as lava reached the Pacific Ocean and threatened to send up a mix of volcanic particles and noxious gas.
Giuliani said it was important to end the investigation “so we don't get into what I call ‘Comey territory.'"
The election comes during a deepening crisis that's made food scarce and inflation soar as oil production in the once wealthy nation plummets.
Allegations of sexual misconduct against Batali were first reported in December.
“And even tonight, sitting among you, there are those who still have to be held accountable for their conduct against women," she added.
The family tweeted its thanks while Harry and his bride were attending a private soiree hosted by Harry's father, Prince Charles.
Trump has been promoting a conservative theory about a possible FBI spy inside the campaign.
The World Health Organization said on Friday that the disease had killed 25 people since early April.
More than 600 migrants have died so far this year trying to cross the Mediterranean Sea.
Santa Fe High School suspect is former honor roll student and football player
A short-lived steam eruption was followed by lava flow from the volcano Kilauea on the Big Island of Hawaii.
The wisdom of Martin Luther King Jr. and a gospel choir's performance of "Stand by Me" featured as the Los Angeles native married Britain's Prince Harry.
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"She was wonderful. She was just so loving," a niece remembered of Cynthia Tisdale, who was killed in Friday's shooting at a high school.
A Boeing 737 leased by Cuba's national airline went down in a yucca field. Only three or four survived, state media said.
"There was nothing we could do but run," one student at Santa Fe High School said.
The move comes days before the organization's president testifies before Congress.
Aaron Schlossberg was caught on camera berating restaurant employees for speaking Spanish and threatening to call immigration authorities.
When other medications have failed, new injection treatment may help some patients with disabling headaches.
Rates go up during the school year, plummet during summer. Experts wonder about social media's role.
Vaccines have arrived for a first round of immunization but a case in a city is a "game changer"
The witnesses' claims could not be verified because their names were blacked out of the reports made public Wednesday. Authorities have not determined a motive in the ongoing investigation.
"What we're seeing is an addiction to policing based on profiling and stereotyping people, instead of focusing on evidence," said one of the report's authors.