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Defendant who slashed neck in courtroom doesn't…

A Nebraska murder trial has resumed without the presence of the defendant who slashed his neck in the courtroom

Driver pleads not guilty in motorcycle crash that…

A lawyer for a pickup truck driver blamed for causing a collision that killed seven motorcyclists has entered a not guilty plea on his behalf

The Latest: Judges question Alabama minimum wage…

Several federal appeals court judges appeared skeptical of a lawsuit that accuses Alabama of racial discrimination for a law that blocked the majority-black city of Birmingham from raising its minimum wage

UN says thousands flee Congo violence, seek asylum in Uganda

The United Nations refugee agency says about 7,500 Congolese refugees fleeing violence have arrived in Uganda since the beginning of June

Police search for ex-worker who threatened shooting in caves

Authorities are looking for a fired worker who threatened a shooting in Kansas City's massive subterranean network of business housed in old limestone mines

Rhinos' epic journey to freedom in Rwanda

Five zoo-born eastern black rhinos have been transported from Europe to Africa.

Lawyer for pickup driver blamed in collision that killed seven motorcyclists enters not guilty plea on his behalf

Lawyer for pickup driver blamed in collision that killed seven motorcyclists enters not guilty plea on his behalf

Islamic scholar's terror convictions reviewed in Virginia

A judge is considering tossing out parts of a 10-count conviction against an Islamic scholar serving life in prison for convincing some of his followers to travel overseas after the Sept. 11 attacks and try to join the Taliban

Trump Keeps Talking About Asylum 'Loopholes…

Two immigration aid bills are currently going through Congress, but it's unlikely either have the legal changes the president wants.

Ex-priest dies months into imprisonment for…

Former Catholic priest who pleaded guilty to raping boys has died months into a 20-year prison sentence in South Carolina

Judge orders holding newspaper shooting trial in…

A judge has ordered that the trial for a man charged with killing five people at the Capital Gazette newspaper in Maryland will be held in two parts

US: Once-secret Jeffrey Epstein sex offender deal…

Federal prosecutors say a once-secret plea deal reached over a decade ago with wealthy convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein must stand despite objections from many of his victims

Ethiopian leader sobs at service for murdered military chief

Ethiopia's Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed sobbed openly at a service Tuesday for the military chief who was assassinated by his own bodyguard over the weekend

Girl Scout, 11, killed by falling tree at Indiana camp

A county sheriff says an 11-year-old Girl Scout was walking along a gravel road when she was fatally struck by a falling tree at a southern Indiana campground

Israel Folau ‘entitled to his day in court’

A Christian lobby group has launched a fundraising page to help sacked rugby star Israel Folau “fight for his religious freedom”.

Tabloid reporter, columnist Steve Dunleavy dies at 81

New York Post columnist Steve Dunleavy, who helped define the tabloid's modern style, has died