'The Wall is the Wall': Trump defends border plan after Kelly suggests it has 'changed'
Judge Calls Larry Nassar 'Delusional' For Saying It's Hard To Face His Victims
Former USA Gymnastics and Michigan State University doctor Larry Nassar, who is facing 10 counts of first-degree sexual misconduct after more than 140 women accused him, penned a six-page letter to the court saying it was too difficult to listen to dozens of accusers deliver victim impact statements on how he sexually abused them.
Alligator and python captured tangling on golf course
California torture house: 13 siblings allowed to eat once a day, shower once a year
Watch As A Drone Saves Two Teen Swimmers From Heavy Surf In Australia
Undocumented immigrant charged in slaying of 2 police officers says he wishes he killed more cops
Senate Advances Judicial Pick Hostile To Voting Rights For Black People
WASHINGTON ? Despite protests by civil rights leaders, the Senate voted Thursday to advance a judicial nominee who helped draft North Carolina?s voter suppression law, defended racially discriminatory gerrymandering and may have lied to the Senate about his role in disenfranchising black voters when he worked for the late Sen. Jesse Helms.
Helicopter crash claims Texas investor, decorated pilots
RATON, N.M. (AP) ? Five friends, including a Zimbabwean opposition leader, traveling to a ranch in New Mexico died when their helicopter crashed in a remote area. Here's more about the prominent people on board:
US border patrol exposed kicking over water bottles left for migrants
US border patrol agents are routinely sabotaging water supplies left for migrants in the Arizona desert, condemning them to death, humanitarian groups have said. Travellers attempting to cross into the US from Mexico regularly die of dehydration, as well as exposure to extreme heat or cold, so aid groups leave water bottles and emergency stocks such as blankets at points throughout the Sonoran desert. A video released by the groups showed border patrol agents kicking over water bottles and pouring away their contents.
Price hike would make national parks look like 'exclusive club,' resigning NPS board member says
Nearly every member of the National Park Service advisory board resigned out of frustration that Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke has not consulted with them over any decisions about the nation?s natural treasures. The agency is considering more than doubling the price of admission for 17 popular national parks during peak season.