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Russia dam collapse at gold mine kills at least 15, several unaccounted for

Russia dam collapse at gold mine kills at least 15, several unaccounted for

At least 15 people were killed after a dam at a gold mine in Siberia collapsed and flooded two dormitories where workers were sleeping on Saturday, according to officials.
Michael Douglas' son Cameron recalls passing around drugs at family Hollywood parties

Michael Douglas' son Cameron recalls passing around drugs at family Hollywood parties

Cameron Douglas was born into movie royalty — but his life hasn’t all been glamorous.
Wisconsin woman arrested at Walmart after punching, biting officers, police say

Wisconsin woman arrested at Walmart after punching, biting officers, police say

A Wisconsin woman has been accused of punching one police officer and biting another during her arrest after she allegedly threatened a Walmart employee last week, authorities said.
Chile riots leave 3 dead in supermarket fire as curfew declared, president reverses subway fare hikes

Chile riots leave 3 dead in supermarket fire as curfew declared, president reverses subway fare hikes

Three people were killed after a supermarket in Chile's capital was looted and burned Saturday amid riots that stretched for a second day, triggering the country's president to declare a state of
Pennsylvania 11-month-old shot 4 times while sitting in car, police say

Pennsylvania 11-month-old shot 4 times while sitting in car, police say

An 11-month-old baby was in critical condition after he was shot four times while in a car in Pennsylvania, officials said.
Paul Batura: Cop with 35 years on the streets offers five powerful lessons for life

Paul Batura: Cop with 35 years on the streets offers five powerful lessons for life

A normal retirement ceremony usually attracts about 50 people – but there were over 150 jammed inside, every seat taken and others ringing the walls, overflowing out into the lobby.
Meghan Markle, Prince Harry to take sabbatical with baby Archie, want to move out of U.K.: report

Meghan Markle, Prince Harry to take sabbatical with baby Archie, want to move out of U.K.: report

Meghan Markle feels she is "existing not living" in an emotional new ITV documentary about her and Prince Harry.
Mulvaney insists no quid pro quo with Ukraine after WH comments: ‘I didn’t say that’

Mulvaney insists no quid pro quo with Ukraine after WH comments: ‘I didn’t say that’

Acting White House Chief of Staff Mick Mulvaney insists he did not admit to wrongdoing by President Trump after comments he made during a marathon press briefing Thursday were interpreted as evidence
Florida peeping Tom beaten to death by naked man he saw having sex: police

Florida peeping Tom beaten to death by naked man he saw having sex: police

A Florida man was arrested after cops accused him of beating to death a peeping tom who saw him having sex with his girlfriend through a window.
Nigel Farage says anger over Brexit deal is 'unlike anything I have ever seen before'

Nigel Farage says anger over Brexit deal is 'unlike anything I have ever seen before'

Former United Kingdom Independence party leader Nigel Farage, who launched the Brexit campaign in the U.K., said Sunday that the anger among British voters regarding the latest developments with the
Tara Ross: Dems' 'ranked-choice' voting bill dangerously undermines states' rights under Constitution

Tara Ross: Dems' 'ranked-choice' voting bill dangerously undermines states' rights under Constitution

Democrats want to mandate ranked-choice voting in congressional races nationwide. Such a move would undermine constitutional protections of state rights and potentially cause more harm than good.
North Carolina cemetery cancels Halloween movie night after backlash from loved ones of the dead

North Carolina cemetery cancels Halloween movie night after backlash from loved ones of the dead

A North Carolina cemetery that planned to host a festive movie night ahead of Halloween canceled the event after the loved ones of those buried raised concerns.
Nestor bringing heavy rain to Southeast, mid-Atlantic after spawning tornadoes in Florida

Nestor bringing heavy rain to Southeast, mid-Atlantic after spawning tornadoes in Florida

Soaking rains are gusty winds are in the forecast Sunday from the Carolinas up through the Mid-Atlantic as the remnants of Tropical Storm Nestor move across the region after the storm triggered
Illinois man with name tattooed on neck allegedly gave police false ID

Illinois man with name tattooed on neck allegedly gave police false ID

An Illinois man was arrested after he allegedly gave police a fake name... despite having his real name tattooed on his neck.
Chicago's top cop caught sleeping in car after mayor says he had 'couple of drinks' with dinner

Chicago's top cop caught sleeping in car after mayor says he had 'couple of drinks' with dinner

Eddie Johnson, the superintendent of Chicago Police, has requested the department investigate him after he was caught sleeping in a car at a stop sign — which the city's mayor claims came after the
Pennsylvania man arrested in 2 murders after campground fight

Pennsylvania man arrested in 2 murders after campground fight

Two men were shot and killed early Saturday morning at a Pennsylvania campground after attempting to intervene in a domestic dispute between another man and his girlfriend, according to officials.
20 ways to make money online

20 ways to make money online

The world is full of odd jobs, but here's what one of the most unusual: scooter retriever.
Jim Breslo: To help homeless, California turns to dumb idea loved by the left – And guaranteed to fail

Jim Breslo: To help homeless, California turns to dumb idea loved by the left – And guaranteed to fail

California Gov. Gavin Newsom used the homeless crisis to impose a statewide rent control law. It is doomed to fail.
Florida judge temporarily blocks law limiting ex-convicts' right to vote in state

Florida judge temporarily blocks law limiting ex-convicts' right to vote in state

A Florida judge on Friday temporarily blocked a new law that prevents ex-convicts from voting in the state until they have paid all of their fees, fines and restitution, according to a report.