Hong Kong police threatened on Monday to fire live bullets if “rioters” did not stop using lethal weapons in the latest flare up during anti-government protests that have convulsed the Chinese-ruled city for five months.
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U.S. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi amplified her unfavorable comparison of President Donald Trump to fellow Republican Richard Nixon on Sunday, saying that the disgraced president at least cared enough about the country to leave office before his impeachment.
U.S. President Donald Trump said on Sunday he was in “very good” health after undergoing the first phase of an annual medical check the previous day.
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The Clark County School District is beefing up efforts to reach ambitious academic proficiency goals by 2024 with increased testing throughout the year and a new learning tool designed to lift lagging students.
“Europe has experienced a high level of immigration in recent years, driving debate about how countries should deal with immigrants.”
Some millionaires and billionaires would experience tax rates of over 100 percent on investments under Warren’s proposals.
Louisiana Governor John Bel Edwards, a conservative Democrat, won a second term in office on Saturday, defeating a Republican opponent who had closely aligned himself with U.S. President Donald Trump.
The United States and South Korea said on Sunday they will postpone upcoming military drills in an effort to bolster a stalled peace push with North Korea, even as Washington denied the move amounted to another concession to Pyongyang.
Former New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg admitted he was wrong to support the “stop and frisk” police practice that ensnared disproportionate numbers of blacks and Latinos, apologizing to a largely African-American church on Sunday as he weighs a presidential bid.
U.S. President Donald Trump on Sunday told North Korean leader Kim Jong Un to “act quickly” to reach a deal with the United States, in a tweet weighing in on North Korea’s criticism of his political rival former Vice President Joe Biden.
Fires blazed on the doorstep of a Hong Kong university into the early hours of Sunday as protesters hurled petrol bombs and police fired volleys of tear gas in some of the most dramatic scenes in more than five months of escalating violence.
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Britain’s Prince Andrew said in comments broadcast on Friday that he had no recollection of ever meeting an American woman who alleges she was forced to have sex with him when she was underage.
In sports, a player who is not performing well is benched.
Firefighters on Saturday morning extinguished a car blaze that damaged six other vehicles in a parking garage at McCarran International Airport.
Las Vegas police are investigating after a boy was found dead early Saturday morning because of a gunshot wound.
Sunshine is expected this weekend, but rain is in the forecast for Wednesday — and might even begin Tuesday night.
Tim Morrison, a senior National Security Council official, testified last month that he believed nothing improper occurred during President Trump’s July 25 phone call with the Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky.
White House budget official Mark Sandy walked into a closed session of the U.S. House of Representatives impeachment inquiry of President Donald Trump on Saturday, where he is expected to testify about the holdup of military aid to Ukraine.
U.S. Defense Secretary Mark Esper expressed confidence on Sunday in the U.S. military justice system’s ability to hold troops to account, two days after President Donald Trump pardoned two Army officers accused of war crimes in Afghanistan.
Money keeps flowing and the deadly virus still plagues the world’s second-largest continent.
Nearly twice as many people are dying in the United States from antibiotic-resistant infections than previously believed
Sri Lanka’s ruling party presidential candidate Sajith Premadasa on Sunday accepted defeat in the presidential poll and congratulated his rival former wartime defense chief, Gotabaya Rajapaksa.
Guatemala could send asylum seekers to some of the country’s most remote regions, a top official said on Saturday, as the Central American country and the United States move closer to finalizing details of a controversial migration agreement.
Paris police fired tear gas in northwestern Paris on Saturday to drive back protesters on the first year anniversary weekend of anti-government “yellow vest” demonstrations.
South Bend Mayor Pete Buttigieg holds a clear lead among Democratic presidential candidates in Iowa, the state that will hold the first nominating contest in February, a new Des Moines Register/CNN/Mediacom opinion poll showed on Saturday.
U.S. President Donald Trump on Friday pardoned two Army officers accused of war crimes in Afghanistan and restored the rank of a Navy SEAL platoon commander for actions in Iraq, a move critics have said would undermine military justice and send a message that battlefield atrocities will be tolerated.
The Harmony Grove Hornets hosted the Mansfield Tigers in a First Round High School Playoff Game on Friday Night at Bill Manning Field.They won the contest in a shoot-out, 56-33.
Pro-China protesters plan to rally in Hong Kong on Saturday to denounce increasingly violent anti-government unrest in the Chinese-ruled city and support the police who have become a prime target of attack.
Venice will face another exceptional high tide on Sunday, after its worst flooding in 50 years on Tuesday caused more than $1 billion worth of damage and submerged St Mark’s Square under a meter of water.
Louisiana Governor John Bel Edwards, a conservative Democrat seeking a second term, faces an election run-off on Saturday against Eddie Rispone, a Republican who has tightly aligned himself with President Donald Trump.
The deterioration of the international coal market forced Tulsa-based Alliance Resources Partners, L.P. to lay off 185 workers at one of its Indiana coal mines.
An Oklahoma oil and gas company sued over the 2011 earthquake that left homes damaged in Prague lost its case Friday with the State Court of Appeals.
The former U.S. ambassador to Ukraine, whom President Donald Trump called “bad news” before firing her, will be in the spotlight on Friday when she testifies at the second day of televised impeachment hearings.
Four children under 10 years old were inside a home during a murder-suicide Friday night in the northwest valley, Las Vegas police said.
One person was injured during a police shooting Friday night involved at least one Metropolitan Police Department officer.
A gate that drew howls from residents of the city of Las Vegas’ Courtyard complex for the homeless when it was unceremoniously installed last month has been reopened, but city officials say the reprieve is only temporary.
The rebuilding of a bridge on southbound Boulder Highway is complete.
U.S. Border Patrol agents, a Customs and Border Protection aircrew, and local law enforcement officers teamed up to raid a human smuggling stash house near the Texas border.
The jury included “CIA operatives, Democrat Party operatives, people that work for Clinton, Obama, high-level
Hundreds of California law enforcement officers over the last decade have been convicted of crimes. Several are still working in San Diego and Imperial counties.
Climate change protesters in Madison, Wisconsin recently forced the shutdown of a Chase Bank branch because they don’t like the bank’s investment in the Canadian company Enbridge.
Eight states are facing a propane shortage and the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration has declared a regional emergency.
Communication issues arose on Friday at the Oklahoma Corporation Commission offices at the State Capitol. Phone calls and Internet emails were interrupted at times, forcing the commission to notify the public.
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