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Defense attorneys ask judge to allow Ahmaud Arbery's past run-ins with the law into the trial
Attorneys representing the three White men accused of chasing and killing Ahmaud Arbery want to be allowed to tell a jury about Arbery's past run-ins with the law during the upcoming trial.
'Tonight we took the pulse of the art market -- and it was clearly racing'
Despite ongoing Covid-19 restrictions, it was -- almost -- business as usual at New York's spring auctions this week, with two paintings by Jean-Michel Basquiat fetching $144M among other exhilarating sales.
How to buy a €1 home in Sicily without ruining its culture
Many Sicilian towns are selling houses for €1, but how do you buy a cheap home in Italy without ruining the local culture? These two women are determined to help you find your dream home respectfully.
Liz Cheney Ouster Vote Lamented by Democrats as Donald Trump Allies Rejoice
Democrats raised concerns about the future of the GOP as its pro-Trump wing celebrated Rep. Cheney (R-WY) being ousted from her position as House Republican Conference chair.
More than 150 Republicans launch new political movement questioning Trump's role in GOP
A group of more than 150 Republicans, led by Donald Trump critics Evan McMullin and Miles Taylor, announced a new political movement that takes aim at former President Donald Trump's hold on the GOP and calls for a reform of the party.
'Mom' Series Finale: Will Anna Faris Appear in the Final Episode?
"Mom" will air its last-ever episode on May 13, and fans are wondering whether Anna Faris' Christy will return for one final episode of the CBS sitcom.
Marjorie Taylor Greene confronts Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez outside House chamber, Washington Post reports
Republican Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene confronted Democratic Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez outside the House chamber on Wednesday afternoon, according to an account from The Washington Post.
Global airlines cancel flights to Israel as violence escalates
Global airlines are canceling flights to Israel as clashes between the country's military and Palestinian militants in Gaza intensify.
Goaltending is the Capitals’ biggest playoff weakness, but Peter Laviolette may provide some hope
On average, Stanley Cup winners see a save percentage of .920 from their netminders. The Caps' primary goaltenders weren't close to that during the regular season.
Migrant children have been in US custody for weeks. Now the Biden administration has to reunite them with families
In more than 80% of cases, children who cross the US-Mexico border alone have a family member in the US, according to the Department of Homeland Security. But getting them to those relatives is a timely and often arduous process.
'I Helped Dying COVID Patients Say Goodbye. I Can't Forget'
Daniel was the very first patient that I, as a palliative care physician, had to help say goodbye through a flat, electronic screen. It felt horrible and surreal. Like I was living in a post-apocalyptic, dehumanized world.
When is Prince Harry, Oprah Winfrey's Mental Health Show and How to Watch?
Prince Harry and Oprah Winfrey have teamed up to explore mental health with guests including Lady Gaga and DeMar DeRozan in docuseries 'The Me You Can't See.'
ShowBiz Minute: DeGeneres, Vegas Residencies, Rashad
Ellen DeGeneres to end long-running TV talk show next year: Carrie Underwood, Katy Perry and Luke Bryan join Celine Dion with residencies at new Vegas hotel; Phylicia Rashad to lead Howard College of Fine Arts. (May 13)
The Health 202: Congress is inching forward on legislation to lower U.S. maternal mortality
Rep. Lauren Underwood (D-Ill.) insists the issue is a bipartisan winner.
School under fire for lesson that claimed George Floyd died of heart attack
A Saugerties, New York, high school teacher is under fire after she told students George Floyd died of a heart attack and drug overdose.
The Vital Republican Role for Fixing Broken Government | Opinion
America needs a Republican Party with a positive governing vision. Democracy can't work when one side just says no.
What Chrissy Teigen Allegedly Said About Quvenzhané Wallis in Deleted Tweets
Chrissy Teigen is under scrutiny over tweets she sent to model Courtney Stodden—now people are demanding she apologize to young actress, Quvenzhané Wallis.
Pandemic delivers new mothers special moments, extra stress
Mothers and their partners are adapting to the challenges that come with raising a child during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Cybersecurity 202: Biden administration issues executive order in wake of pipeline attack
The Biden administration wants to use the government's spending power to make all software harder to hack.
Man Builds $5,000 Home for His Dog in His Closet With Fireplace and TV
A South Carolina man has shared how he transformed a closet into a lavish home for his beloved golden retriever.
Conspiracy theories swirl around Pfizer's COVID-19 vaccine
Bots and anti-vaccination influencers are amplifying political and medical conspiracy theories around COVID-19 vaccines.
Ellen DeGeneres' show ending over misconduct scandal, industry experts allege: 'Audiences crave authenticity'
In August 2020, the “Ellen” show went through an internal investigation by Warner Bros. after staffers made toxic workplace environment and misconduct accusations.
Frat pledge "left alone on the couch to die" after hazing, suit claims
Stone Foltz​ was blindfolded, taken into a basement and forced to drink to an entire bottle of alcohol, according to the lawsuit.
Electric Chevrolet Bolt EUV rated at 247 miles per charge
The Chevrolet Bolt EUV has been rated at 247 miles per charge according to the EPA. Chevy had estimated that it would hit the 250-mile mark.
A million dollars in Ohio. $100 savings bonds in West Virginia. How incentives could improve the vaccination rate
While Krispy Kreme is offering free doughnuts to people who are vaccinated against Covid-19, Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine is betting dollars to those donuts.
Nurses, nonprofits, others take COVID-19 vaccines to homebound people
As interest in coronavirus vaccinations dwindles nationwide, providers are ramping up efforts to find and reach millions of people in the U.S. who cannot leave their homes or who need help with transportation.
Conservative groups mobilize against Democrats' sweeping election bill, targeting moderate senators
Several conservative groups are redoubling their efforts to oppose the sweeping elections bill Democrats are trying to pass through Congress, particularly focusing on states with Democratic senators who may be reluctant to end the legislative filibuster, including one nearly $2 million ad campaign launched Tuesday.
Video shows mob violence breaking out in ​two Israel​i cities
Video shows ​mob violence between ​Arabs and Jews in ​two Israeli cities following days of air strikes and rocket attack​s. CNN's John Vause has more.
Shocking video shows mob violence in Israel
Video shows ​mob violence between ​Arabs and Jews in ​two Israeli cities following days of air strikes and rocket attack​s. CNN's John Vause has more.
Two horses that can beat Kentucky Derby winner Medina Spirit at the Preakness Stakes
Even without the pall of the horse’s failed drug test, you’re better off fading Medina Spirit in the Preakness Stakes.
I was pressured for wanting my at-risk baby. Abortion and eugenics can't be separated.
I wondered how many vulnerable moms this doctor had encouraged to remove their supposedly "imperfect" babies from the gene pool.
Live updates: Biden to address Colonial Pipeline episode, meet with Republican senators on infrastructure
On Capitol Hill, Rep. Elise Stefanik (R-N.Y.) is seeking to shore up support to replace Rep. Liz Cheney (R-Wyo.) in the No. 3 leadership position among House Republicans.
Manon Fiorot vs. Maryna Moroz added to UFC Fight Night on June 5
Highly touted French prospect Manon Fiorot will face Maryna Moroz at UFC Fight Night on June 5.       Related StoriesManon Fiorot vs. Maryna Moroz added to UFC Fight Night on June 5 - EnclosureIslam Makhachev vs. Thiago Moises booked for UFC Fight Night on July 17Islam Makhachev vs. Thiago Moises booked for UFC Fight Night on July 17 - Enclosure
Dave Bautista talks Netflix's 'Army of the Dead,' collecting his action figures and 'awful' Drax makeup
'Guardians of the Galaxy' star Dave Bautista comes down to Earth for Netflix's 'Army of the Dead,' leading a Vegas heist amid a zombie outbreak.
Dave Bautista talks WWE action figures collection, Zack Snyder's 'Army of the Dead'
Dave Bautista chats with USA TODAY's Brian Truitt about his new Netflix film, "Army of the Dead", and collecting his old WWE action figures.
Road trip loop: Explore the beautiful coasts of these four Southern states
Take your time on this leisurely coastal road trip through the South (Florida, Georgia, South Carolina and North Carolina).
Sen. Marsha Blackburn: Biden can end our border crisis. My plan will kick start the solution
President Biden has all the tools he needs to end this border security crisis.
The Coolest Abandoned Places Around the World
From old mining tunnels covered in glow worms to haunted prisons to '70s movie sets decaying in the desert, here are some of the most fascinating abandoned sites to explore around the world.
Liz Cheney Is Not Going to the 'Political Wilderness' | Opinion
Liz Cheney is not headed for the political wilderness. She is destined for the history books.
The Curious Allure of the Caitlyn Jenner Candidacy | Opinion
This still-young century has been filled with improbable outsider candidacies, from Schwarzenegger and Jesse Ventura as governors to the just-completed presidency of a billionaire mogul turned reality star.
The 50 Highest-Grossing R-Rated Movies of All Time
A look at the biggest box office smashes that soared despite being rated R.
Mitt Romney: We can’t look away from China’s existential threat
Warning signs are also flashing on climate and deficit spending. Will Americans pay attention?
Microaggressions at the office can make remote work even more appealing
Extended remote work during the pandemic has highlighted how much energy people of color, women, and people with disabilities expend dealing with microaggressions in the office. Some are reluctant to return because of it.
University president resigns after plagiarizing part of a speech by the former head of US Special Operations Command
The University of South Carolina accepted the resignation Wednesday of President Bob Caslen, who admitted he plagiarized part of a speech by the former head of US Special Operations Command during a weekend commencement speech.
IDF prepares ground troops for possible action in Gaza Strip
Israel prepared ground troops along the Gaza border early Thursday as the military launched additional airstrikes against Hamas targets – while the terror group renewed rocket fire into the central part of the country. “We have started to prepare infantry and armored units for ground operations,” Lt. Col. Jonathan Cornicus told The Post in a...
Dog with super long neck goes viral
This pooch is head and shoulders above the pack. See why Gatsby, a Borzoi-German shepherd mix in Sweden, went viral on TikTok for his surprisingly long neck. “How on Earth did you mate a dog with a giraffe?” joked one user. Subscribe to our YouTube!
Liz Cheney removed from House GOP leadership
After the vote, Cheney told reporters that she "will do everything I can to ensure the former president never again gets anywhere near the Oval Office."
Wealthy nations once lauded for coronavirus control lag in vaccinations
Some wealthy nations that were most praised last year for controlling the coronavirus are now lagging far behind in getting their people vaccinated — and some, especially in Asia, are seeing COVID-19 cases grow.