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But no, it's not a scene from "Forrest Gump," and he's not crossing the country on a whim.

24.03.2019, 00:00

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Pennsylvania jury clears white cop in fatal shooting of black teen; defense attorney’s office struck by bullets

An Alleghany County Court jury found former East Pittsburgh officer Michael Rosfeld was justified when he killed 17-year-old Antwon Rose last June following less than four hours of deliberation in a four-day trial.

23.03.2019, 16:00
Pope replaces Santiago bishop after abuse cover-up claims

Francis on Saturday accepted Ezzati's resignation and named a temporary replacement to govern Chile's most important archdiocese: the current bishop of Copiapo, Monsignor Celestino Aos Braco.

23.03.2019, 14:01
We’re already in the middle of a major cyber war, experts believe

That comes from Venafi, a firm that provides technologies to large companies to protect their networks against cybercrime. Venafi got opinions expressing this sentiment from over 500 security professionals at the recent RSA conference in San Francisco.

23.03.2019, 14:00
Q&A: The end of the Islamic State group’s "caliphate"

But IS, which traces its roots back to the bloody emergence of al-Qaida in Iraq after the 2003 U.S.-led invasion, has survived past defeats and is already waging a low-level insurgency in areas it was driven from months or even years ago.

23.03.2019, 13:01
THIS one action will save your marriage

A few years ago, one of the headlights went out in my car. I was going to drive to speak at a conference in a month, so I asked Dave if he would replace the headlight before my trip.

23.03.2019, 13:00
CBD oil is the new rage among millennials. But, as a doctor, here’s what I worry about

In dozens of states, health food stores, pharmacies, and even supermarkets are carrying CBD products. CVS just announced this week that it will be carrying CBD creams, sprays and lotions in eight states.

23.03.2019, 13:00
Car left in garage 31 years by pilot who helped bomb Hitler’s ‘Eagles Nest’ sold for small fortune

To be sure, the 1936 Bentley 4 1/2 Litre Vanden Plas Tourer is rare. It’s just 1 of 6 like it made, and the only one left with its original body. No one really cared much about that when retired Royal Air Force navigator and pilot Charles Blackham purchased it from its original owner in 1952 for £260, fixed it up and turned it into his daily driver.

23.03.2019, 13:00
Lara Logan, formerly of CBS, sounds off on media’s treatment of Trump, other liberal bias

“I've never seen the press corps behave the way they do today," Logan told host Mark Levin on “Life, Liberty & Levin. "So, it stands out to me because it's a departure from what I've seen throughout the last three decades. There is something actually much more significant about what you're seeing happen with the White House press corps.”

23.03.2019, 13:00
Liberty upset over Mississippi State caps NCAA tourney Day 2 action

Homesley scored 22 of his 30 points in the second half, and Lovell Cabbil hit a go-ahead 3-pointer with 1:16 to play to send 12th-seeded Liberty to its first NCAA Tournament win, 80-76 over fifth-seeded Mississippi State on Friday night.

23.03.2019, 13:00
Biggest mistake dieters make? Not drinking enough water

Some are complicated.

23.03.2019, 12:06
The ‘drunchies’: America’s drunken eating habits revealed in new survey

New research into the snacking choices of Americans under the influence found the average respondent drunkenly snacks four times a month, typically.

23.03.2019, 12:04
Timeline: Key events since Thailand’s last general election

Thailand has a long history of cycling through elected governments that are then ousted by the army, which in time allows fresh elections.

23.03.2019, 12:02
Tens of thousands in southern Africa need help after cyclone

Members of the Indian and South African militaries are joining aid groups in flying over stretches of central Mozambique looking for signs of life and people in need.

23.03.2019, 12:02
Timeline of the rise and fall of the Islamic State group

Its territorial rule, which at its height in 2014 stretched across nearly a third of both Syria and Iraq, ended with a last stand by several hundred of its militants at a tiny Syrian village on the banks of the Euphrates near the border with Syria.

23.03.2019, 12:02
French yellow vest protests staged amid enhanced security

Authorities banned protests from the capital's Champs-Elysees avenue and central areas of several cities including Bordeaux, Toulouse, Marseille and Nice in the south, and Rouen in western France.

23.03.2019, 12:02
Teen’s mom on cop’s acquittal: ‘Hope that man never sleeps’

Former East Pittsburgh Police Officer Michael Rosfeld was charged with homicide for shooting Antwon Rose II in the back as the 17-year-old ran away from a high-stakes traffic stop last June. But Rosfeld walked out of the courtroom a free man Friday after jurors rejected the prosecution's argument that he acted as Rose's "judge, jury and executioner," in the words of an assistant district attorney.

23.03.2019, 12:01
In China, Apple’s Cook says he’s bullish on global economy

In a speech at an economic forum in Beijing, Cook said Apple is less concerned with the short-term economic outlook because the tech giant makes investments looking ahead years or decades.

23.03.2019, 12:01
Trump Jr. celebrates end of Mueller probe with ‘collusion truthers’ tweet

Minutes before, Trump Jr. tweeted: "Well that’s going to make it a bit harder for the MSM and Dems to spin but they’ll do it anyway” in response to Washington Post reporter Josh Dawsey, who posted "DOJ letter says there was not a single time Mueller was blocked from an action he wanted to take."

23.03.2019, 12:01
Woman, 21, opens up about sex life with 74-year-old fiancé

Milijana Bogdanovic and her older partner Milojko “Mikan” Bozic have stunned neighbors in their village in Serbia with their unconventional relationship. Bozic is a grandad who underwent heart surgery in December but even that has not stopped the unlikely couple planning for the future.

23.03.2019, 12:00
Convicted child killer Diane Downs’ daughter details learning infamous murderer is her mom in doc

Becky was born the following year, while Downs was incarcerated, and was adopted by a family some time later. She came forward in a “20/20” documentary Friday to detail how she learned about her real identity.

23.03.2019, 12:00
Bernie Sanders’ hiring of non-American campaign advisers may violate federal election laws, complaint says

A new complaint by the Coolidge Reagan Foundation filed with the Federal Election Commission (FEC) notes that three members of the Sanders campaign are foreign nationals, which appears to be a violation of federal election laws that prohibit foreign interference.

23.03.2019, 12:00
The unforgettable words a woman yelled at me in traffic

I was in rush hour traffic and trying to get across downtown Washington to get a haircut. It’s difficult to find street parking at that hour, but lo and behold, right when I arrived, a woman got in her car to leave – and then she took her time.

23.03.2019, 11:00
Miami police chief denounces anti-sanctuary bill: ‘I don’t care if you have papers or don’t have papers’

“The truth is I’d prefer not to have this job if I have to ask fellow officers to go check where someone came from before helping them,” Miami police Chief Jorge Colina said during a Spanish-language interview with radio station WURN-AM.

23.03.2019, 10:00
Mainstream media, celebrities stunned as Mueller report filed with no new indictments planned

MSNBC host Chris Matthews seemed livid that neither President Trump, his children, nor his “henchmen” would face any criminal charges from the special counsel.

23.03.2019, 09:00
Southern Poverty Law Center, frequent critic of conservatives, sees its president step down amid rash of departures

In a statement, Cohen said the organization will “emerge stronger” after an audit of its practices by Tina Cohen, a Chicago-based attorney and former chief of staff for former first lady Michelle Obama.

23.03.2019, 08:00
New Thai government may be unstable, short-lived

The election is Thailand's first since its military seized power from an elected government in May 2014. It was the conservative establishment's third major attempt by either military or legal coup to eradicate the influence of Thaksin Shinawatra, a tycoon who made his fortune in telecommunication and upended Thailand's politics with a populist political revolution nearly two decades ago.

23.03.2019, 07:01
Family of slain boy visits Christchurch mosque as it reopens

Hundreds of people stopped at the Al Noor mosque in Christchurch on Saturday to lay flowers or pray after police removed a cordon and those running the mosque decided to reopen even though they haven't yet had time to replace the carpet.

23.03.2019, 07:01
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