Communications go down in the Gaza Strip and large explosions are seen. The IDF says it's attacking underground targets.
The attack on Wednesday was the deadliest mass shooting in the state's history.
After a shooting in his hometown, Jared Golden seeks "forgiveness" for his past opposition to gun control.
A judge ruled Ivanka Trump must testify in a case that accuses her father and brothers of financial fraud.
The lawsuit also accuses ex-CEO Mike Jeffries and his partner of sexual misconduct and rape.
A new investigation by Canadian broadcaster CBC has questioned the folk singer and activist's claims.
Investigators have reportedly found a suicide note from the suspect addressed to his son.
Minnesota Rep Dean Phillips' bid comes amid flagging poll numbers for Joe Biden among Democrats.
Video shows the Chinese jet flying within 10ft (3m) of its B-52 bomber, according to US military officials.
How does Taylor's Version of the hit album compare to the original, and why has she re-recorded it?
Prosecutors issued a superseding indictment this month that brings his total charges to 23.
A senior coroner tells the inquest Duangphet Phromthep's death "could not have been foreseen or prevented".
The White House says heavy losses and poor morale are leading to mutinies in some units.
The Bank of Russia raises rates more than expected to try to lower inflation and boost the rouble.
Johnson, who stepped down as an MP earlier this year, will present and make his own programmes.
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