Strzok-Page texts reveal personal relationship between FBI official and judge recused from Flynn case

The federal judge who received former Trump National Security Adviser Michael Flynn’s guilty plea last year and subsequently recused himself from the case was close friends with anti-Trump FBI official Peter Strzok.


Illegal immigrant acquitted in Steinle killing accuses feds of 'vindictive prosecution'

Jose Garcia-Zarate, the illegal immigrant who was acquitted in the death of 32-year-old Kate Steinle in December, is accusing the federal government of “vindictive prosecution and collusion” in its decision to pursue further charges against him


Turtle euthanized as row continues over reports it ate a puppy

Officials in Idaho have euthanized a snapping turtle at the center of an investigation over whether a biology teacher gave it a sick puppy to eat in front of students.

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Officials discuss ways to combat tree-killing pest

Vermont officials are urging people not to transport any firewood that might be infested with an invasive pest that has killed hundreds of millions of ash trees in North America.


Who is Daniel Coats? 3 things to know about the director of national intelligence

Daniel Coats is one of President Trump’s cabinet members, serving as the fifth director of national intelligence. Here are three things you should know about him.


15 killed in Kenya floods, scores of families displaced

Kenyan officials say at least 15 people have died and scores of families have been displaced across the East African nation due to two days of heavy rainfall.

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2020 Ford Bronco: Facts and fantasies

The first image of the much-anticipated 2020 Ford Bronco was released this week.

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Turtle euthanized after allegedly being fed puppy by teacher in class

Idaho officials have euthanized a snapping turtle at the center of an probe into whether a biology teacher fed it a sick puppy in front of students.

United States

US court affirms Ohioan's 20-year sentence for Ponzi scheme

A federal appeals court has affirmed an Ohio ex-fugitive's 20-year prison sentence for a Ponzi scheme that victimized hundreds of investors in the 1990s.

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Guard: Avalanche hit as soldiers were checking slope safety

Vermont National Guard officials say the avalanche that injured six soldiers hit while the slope was being checked for safety.


Albanian mayor, 11 other officials arrested over corruption

Albanian prosecutors say a mayor and 11 other officials have been arrested for illegally selling a beach area in the largest operation yet of its kind.


Christopher Steele must appear for dossier deposition in British court

The man at the epicenter of the dodgy dossier, former British MI-6 officer Christopher Steele, was ordered by an English court Friday to appear for a videotaped deposition in London to be used as trial testimony in ongoing civil litigation against Buzzfee


Brazil's ex-president says he's 'ready' for jail in new book

Brazil's former President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva is launching a book in which he says he is 'ready' to go to jail and serve a 12 year and one month sentence on corruption charges.

United States

Court to weigh rule that nixed Aaron Hernandez conviction

Massachusetts' high court will consider whether the state should get rid of a centuries-old legal principle that erased Aaron Hernandez's murder conviction after the former New England Patriots tight end killed himself.


Another Russian hit? Murder investigation launched for exile found with neck crushed in England

A murder investigation was launched Friday into yet another suspicious incident involving yet another Russian exile living in Britain – the latest episode amid rising tensions between the two nations following the poisoning of a former Kremlin spy and h


Poland's top horse show goes to Warsaw for national ceremony

Polish agriculture authorities say a renowned Arabian horse show will be moved this year from its home in eastern Poland to Warsaw for ceremonies marking 100 years of the nation's independence.

United States

Men sentenced in 2014 killing of South Carolina man in fire

Two men involved in the torture of a man who was later killed in a fire in South Carolina have been sentenced to prison.


Spain migrant rescue group waits at sea after Libyan threats

A Spanish migrant rescue group says its ship with 216 migrants is waiting to be let into a port in Italy after having a high-seas run-in with the Libyan coast guard during the rescue.

United States

1,100 Chicago-area students get hour detentions for walkouts

About 1,100 students at two suburban Chicago high schools will serve hour-long detentions for participating in this week's walkout to protest gun violence.

United States

4 people found dead in parked van in Southern California

Southern California authorities are investigating the deaths of two adults and two children whose bodies were found in a parked van that had its windows covered with blankets and a sunshade.


Army speeds up prototypes for its next-gen combat vehicle

The U.S. Army is speeding up the prototyping of weapons and tech for its Next-Generation Combat Vehicle, Warrior Maven reports.


Amazon Alexa replaces some spoken responses with beeps

Asking Alexa to do something results in a vocal response (unless she's lost her voice), but that's not always really necessary and Amazon is experimenting with replacing Alexa's voice with other sounds to convey a response.

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