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In “Saltburn,” Emerald Fennell dives into the British tradition of a gothic tale set at a grand country estate. And given the bleakly vengeful conclusion of her provocative debut “Promising … more
Five drones were shot down over three Russian regions overnight, officials said Thursday. There were reports of no casualties. Meanwhile, Russia launched a fourth day of air attacks on the Ukrainian … more
Alex Murdaugh’s double murder case has been full of twists and turns. But one of the biggest surprises came as his lawyers say he deserves a new trial for killing his wife and son and his life … more
Federal prosecutors are asking a judge to revoke the bond for the mother of a Virginia boy who shot and wounded his first-grade teacher after she allegedly failed multiple drug tests while awaiting … more
Faculty at West Virginia University have approved a symbolic motion expressing no confidence in President E. Gordon Gee as the university addresses a $45 million budget shortfall. The university’s … more
A newly discovered comet is swinging through our cosmic neighborhood for the first time in more than 400 years. Stargazers in the Northern Hemisphere will want to catch a glimpse as soon as possible … more
Two suburban Philadelphia school districts are shuttered and one of the nation’s premier botanical gardens is closed as authorities hunt for a convicted murderer. Danelo Cavalcante has been spotted … more
Authorities say they are searching for a male suspected of shooting and setting fire to several Michigan State Police vehicles in the Upper Peninsula. The state agency says the suspect, a white male … more
French authorities have pledged to mobilize a record number of police officers to guarantee a smooth Rugby World Cup in the wake of the chaos outside the stadium that marred the 2022 Champions League … more
Access to electricity remains a major challenge for over half a billion people in sub-Saharan Africa, and power outages are common even for those who are hooked up to the grid. Clean electricity from … more
It's been nearly a month since the deadliest U.S. wildfire in more than a century killed at least 115 people in Hawaii. Lawsuits are piling up in court. Businesses across the island of Maui are … more
Lawyers for residents and business owners of the Hawaiian town devastated by last month’s fires on Maui told a court that cable TV and telephone companies share in responsibility for the disaster. … more
Lawyers for a former Michigan police officer are asking the state appeals court to throw out a murder charge in the killing a Black motorist in 2022. The court is scheduled to hear arguments … more
China’s Great Wall has been pierced by Genghis Khan, the Manchus, and now, allegedly, a couple of construction workers named Zheng and Wang who wanted a shortcut. Authorities in China arrested the … more
California lawmakers have voted to outlaw discrimination based on caste. California would be the first state to do this if Democratic Gov. Gavin Newsom signs it into law. Caste is an ancient system … more
The lawyer for a small Kansas newspaper raided by police last month said he believes officers didn't follow the search warrant's requirements to only seize computers believed directly involved in … more
A federal judge in Atlanta has allowed Georgia to resume enforcing a ban on hormone replacement therapy for transgender people under 18. Judge Sarah Geraghty on Tuesday put her previous order … more
A three-judge panel has blocked Alabama’s new congressional map after lawmakers failed to create a second district where Black voters at least came close to comprising a majority, as suggested by … more
Sixty-one people have been indicted in Georgia on racketeering charges following a long-running state investigation into protests against an Atlanta-area proposed police and training facility that … more
Attorneys for convicted murder Alex Murdaugh want to call jurors and others back into the courtroom in an effort to get a new trial. They want to find out if the trial court clerk told jurors not to … more
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