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Richard Phillips, 73, was cleared of a 1971 homicide and was released from jail in 2017 after an investigation by University of Michigan law students and the Wayne County prosecutor's office proved his innocence. Last year, he became the longest-serving inmate in America to be granted exoneration, The Associated Press reported.

21.01.2019, 01:00

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Birds found ‘decorated’ with Christmas trinkets around necks, wings in New Zealand

Sparrows and pigeons were discovered by Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (SPCA) inspectors with "trinkets" tied around their necks and wings, the New Zealand Herald reported Wednesday.

10.01.2019, 02:00
California introduces bill banning paper receipts using man dressed as receipt

California may become the first state to require businesses to offer electronic receipts unless customers specifically ask for paper copies.

10.01.2019, 01:01
Man claiming to be on ecstasy dies after walking into police station while broadcasting on Facebook Live

An investigation is underway to determine why a man claiming to be high on the drug ecstasy died after going to a New Jersey police headquarters and broadcasting his final conscious moments on Facebook Live in which he alleged police were going to kill him.

10.01.2019, 01:01
Mother of first dead man found in Democratic donor’s house points to his alleged journal for clues

The death of a second man at the home of a prominent Democratic donor is raising questions about an earlier death at the same home that was initially ruled an accidental overdose.

10.01.2019, 01:00
New Jersey Supreme Court rules in favor of NFL over Super Bowl ticket prices

The NFL did not skirt any state consumer protection laws when the league decided how to allocate tickets for the 2014 Super Bowl at MetLife Stadium, the Supreme Court of New Jersey ruled Wednesday.

10.01.2019, 01:00
Trump threatens to cut FEMA funds to aid California fires Trump threatens to cut FEMA funds to aid California fires

President Donald Trump threatened to end federal emergency funding to help aid California’s destructive wildfires on Wednesday.

10.01.2019, 01:00
‘No crisis of chaos’: Rep. Joaquin Castro refutes Trump’s characterization of US-Mexico border crisis

Democratic Rep. Joaquin Castro told Powerhouse Politics podcast hosts, ABC News’ Political Director Rick Klein and Chief White House and Washington Correspondent Jonathan Karl, that the crisis which President Donald Trump described Tuesday night as one of the «heart and soul,» is really a crisis of a different nature — one of «chaos.»

10.01.2019, 01:00
Ashley Graham’s secret to a lasting marriage is ‘just have sex all the time’

“Just have sex,” the 31-year-old told ELLE magazine for her February 2019 cover story. “Have sex all the time. Even if you don’t feel like it, just have sex. I have found that if we haven’t had sex, we get snippy, and then if we are having sex, we’re all over each other. For us it’s like, ‘Oh, let’s have sex.’ And then we’re just right back in a great mood.”

10.01.2019, 01:00
Homeless man at the center of $400K GoFundMe scandal arrested: Report

The homeless man at the center of a GoFundMe scandal that raised more than $400,000 in his name has been arrested in Philadelphia, according to reports.

10.01.2019, 01:00
Trump walks out of latest shutdown talks with Democrats, call them ‘waste of time’

Democrats came out of the latest government shutdown talks at the White House on Wednesday claiming that President Donald Trump walked out in a «temper tantrum» when they again refused to meet his demand that they agree to fund his border wall.

10.01.2019, 01:00
Mnuchin to brief House on Russia sanctions decision, Dems demand acting AG Whitaker testify this month

The briefing was scheduled after seven Democratic chairmen of House committees requested to know why the department announced last month that it would lift penalties against aluminum manufacturing giant Rusal and two other companies connected to Oleg Deripaska. Mnuchin says Deripaska would remain blacklisted as part of sanctions targeting Russian business executives, but that the companies had committed to "significantly diminish Deripaska's ownership and sever his control."

10.01.2019, 01:00
Denver may decriminalize magic mushrooms after thousands sign measure

Organizers with Decriminalize Denver, the group behind the initiative, submitted more than 8,000 signatures to the Denver Elections Division in favor of the push, Fox affiliate KDVR reported. Only 4,726 valid signatures are required for the measure to be placed on the ballot.

10.01.2019, 01:00
Atlanta restaurant offering ‘Bird Box’-themed dinner

Guac y Margys, an eatery in Georgia, is cashing in on the “Bird Box” craze with its own take on the eponymous challenge. The Atlanta restaurant will be hosting a “Bird Box” dinner on Jan. 24 that will offer customers tacos and margaritas to consume while — you guessed it—  blindfolded.

10.01.2019, 00:00
Stuart Varney: Can Democrats stay together when firebrands in the party are pulling them apart?

This is the old "dual loyalty" slur on Jewish politicians. Ms. Tlaib is a Muslim of Palestinian descent. She wants a full boycott of Israel. Don't invest there, don’t buy Israeli products and impose sanctions.

10.01.2019, 00:00
Kevin Hart says he won’t be hosting the 2019 Oscars: ‘I’m just done’

"No," was his response when asked Wednesday on ABC's "Good Morning America." Hart says it's too late to prepare.

10.01.2019, 00:00
Chocolate, caramel candies made in Kentucky may be contaminated with hepatitis A, FDA warns

Bauer’s Candies Chocolate or Caramel Modjeskas — marshmallow candies dipped in chocolate or caramel, the FDA said — are subject to the warning.

10.01.2019, 00:00
Lindsey Graham elected Senate Judiciary Committee chairman

The role was previously held by Sen. Chuck Grassley, R-Iowa, who announced in November that he would be stepping down.

10.01.2019, 00:00
FBI offers reward for armored truck driver who allegedly went missing with reported $850G

Mark Espinosa, 29, was working for GardaWorld when he went missing on Dec. 5, 2018 near the Jefferson Mall in Louisville, Kentucky, according to the Louisville Metro Police Department.

10.01.2019, 00:00
Former Guantanamo commander charged with obstructing probe of civilian’s 2015 death

According to court documents filed in Florida federal court, Capt. John R. Nettleton faces two counts of obstruction of justice, one count of concealment of material facts, two counts of falsification of records and five counts of making false statements to investigators looking into the death of Christopher Tur. According to the indictment, Tur disappeared on the night of Jan. 9, 2015 after attending a party at which he accused Nettleton of having an affair with Tur's wife. Tur's body was found in the waters of Guantanamo Bay two days later, on Jan. 11.

10.01.2019, 00:00
Tom Steyer, billionaire anti-Trump activist, says he won’t run for president but vows $40M impeachment push

Instead, Steyer, who spoke at an event in Des Moines, Iowa, declared that he will undertake and oversee a laundry list of activities in 2019 aimed at removing Trump from office.

10.01.2019, 00:00
BMW designed a lightweight camper with The North Face’s new high-tech fabric

BMW's Designworks division has designed a tent trailer using a new fabric developed by The North Face called Futurelight that it says is the “most advanced, breathable, waterproof material.”

09.01.2019, 23:00
2 women charged after allegedly groping transgender woman in North Carolina bar

Two women have been arrested and charged with second-degree kidnapping and sexual battery after allegedly harassing a transgender woman in the bathroom of a North Carolina bar, according to police records.

09.01.2019, 23:00
Armed Chicago woman turns the tables on man attempting to rob her at gunpoint: Police

A pistol-packing woman shot and killed a 19-year-old man who allegedly attempted to rob her at gunpoint a bus stop in Chicago, police said.

09.01.2019, 23:00
Tennessee principal criticized after throwing ‘mock funeral’ in order to inspire teachers

Getwell Elementary School Principal Tina Smith reportedly said she held the “mock funeral” as a way to push teachers to work harder — but the idea did not pan out. FOX13 obtained photos of the event, which appeared to show a casket with a baby doll inside. Flyers at the event stated: “In loving memory of Ms. 2 to 3 years behind."

09.01.2019, 23:00
FedEx worker goes viral for stop she didn’t have to make: ‘I pray every day for the Lord to use me’

Amanda Riggan, a full-time driver with FedEx and founder of "Hungry Heroes," a non-profit that feeds first responders and veterans, was making her regular rounds last Thursday when she met a woman who tearfully shared with her that her husband had cancer. After the two made some small talk, Riggan left.

09.01.2019, 23:00
NASA spacecraft snaps incredible picture of Earth

The image was snapped days before OSIRIS-REx went into orbit around Bennu on New Year’s Eve. The tiny asteroid — barely one-third of a mile across — appears as a big bright blob in the long-exposure photo released last week.

09.01.2019, 23:00
Trump claims ‘unwavering’ Senate GOP support ahead of new shutdown talks with Democrats

With the government shutdown in Day 19, President Donald Trump made the rare drive up Pennsylvania Avenue to Capitol Hill Wednesday to shore up support for his border security funding demands with Senate Republicans.

09.01.2019, 23:00
New California governor recycles bill to limit individual gun sales

But this time might be different.

09.01.2019, 23:00
Single sons contacted by ‘hundreds’ of women after dad’s secret newspaper dating ad goes viral

Shocked, flattered and totally surprised to learn of the news, one of the bachelors has now shared his side of the story on behalf of the trio.

09.01.2019, 23:00
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