Rae's Cafe, an eatery in Blue Springs, Missouri, that was ordered to close by Jackson County on Friday, closed to the public Saturday but apparently reopened, declaring itself a "private club.
South Carolina lawyer Alex Murdaugh, whose wife and son were shot and killed nearly three months ago, recently suffered a "superficial" gunshot wound to his head, officials said Sunday.
A football team in Pennsylvania held a moment of silence before a recent game to honor the servicemembers who died in Afghanistan.
Facebook users who watched a video from a British newspaper showing black men received an automated prompt from the social media platform asking if they wanted to "keep seeing videos about Primates," according to theNew York Times.
The Center for American Liberty recently filed a lawsuit in U.S. District Court against the U.S. Capitol Police on behalf of a reverend barred from hosting a 9/11 vigil on the lawn of the U.S.
A man died after a shark attacked him in Australia, despite the efforts of surfers and others who tried to help, officials said Sunday.
Members of the Democrat "Squad" criticized President Joe Biden on Saturday for remaining "silent" regarding a Minnesota oil pipeline.
A pregnant woman who is from California and currently trapped in Afghanistan claimed the Taliban was "hunting" Americans following the U.S. military's withdrawal.
Hurricane Larry strengthened to a Category Three storm and is forecast to remain a major hurricane over the coming days in the Atlantic, Local 10 reported Saturday.
Companies Uber and Lyft announced Friday they will cover legal fees for drivers sued under the law prohibiting most abortions in the state of Texas.
The Taliban terrorist group has blamed America for the 9/11 hijackings in a recent video aired on Afghan television.
Police are searching for a New Orleans 911 operator accused of hanging up on citizens calling for help, a New Orleans Police Department spokesperson said Thursday.
Congressional staff and members working to help U.S. citizens and others leave Afghanistan have apparently received reports of the situation in the days before and after the military's exit, according to the Washington Examiner.
The woman who accused a family of abusing their daughter in a video filmed at Costco in Palm Desert, California, was arrested for allegedly giving false information to authorities.
A restaurant in Clarksburg, West Virginia, is honoring the 13 servicemembers who died in Kabul, Afghanistan, with a moving display.
A Los Angeles couple convicted of helping steal $21 million in coronavirus relief funds is on the run after allegedly severing their ankle monitors, according to the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI).
A home exploded in Rahway, New Jersey, on Thursday at approximately 5:44 a.m. on River Road, according to ABC 7.
A huge amount of funds were raised for the family of U.S. Marine Rylee McCollum who died in Kabul, Afghanistan, last week.
The death toll due to Hurricane Ida reportedly reached at least four following a highway collapse in Mississippi while millions had no power and flooding continued to be a threat Tuesday, according toUSA Today.
Two Gold Star fathers of U.S. Marines killed during the terrorist attacks in Kabul, Afghanistan, recently spoke out about their experiences with President Joe Biden.
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