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Chambers' death, after emerging from a burning car, captured national attention and ignited a cottage industry of internet sleuths determined to solve the case.
“I swear today under oath before the Senate and the nation and before my family and God, I am innocent of this charge.”
Trump defended Brett Kavanaugh, said he didn't want to fire Rod Rosenstein, and called a Kurdish reporter "Mr. Kurd."
He also said he doesn't like to use the phrase "deep state" — but he very much does.
Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker also declared an emergency Friday in order to get a new team to take over the disaster response.
Tens of thousands of people were urged to evacuate as dozens of homes and buildings were engulfed in flames.
The president claimed without evidence the updated death toll figure is a conspiracy by Democrats to make him look bad. Members of his own party disagreed.
Reddit says the community violated its policies against inciting violence and harassment.
Nearly two dozen women told BuzzFeed News they went to Mormon church leaders after suffering abuse at home and were counseled to remain in their relationships. Some were warned their eternal salvation could be jeopardized if they left their violent partners.
John Schnatter used the racist word during a call in May.
The shooting left 58 people dead. Investigators said Friday that shooter Stephen Paddock, who killed himself, acted alone.
The former reality TV star has used social media in recent years to express sympathy with Hitler and suggest that people should be rounded up into camps.
In videos obtained by the Washington Post, the Republican presidential candidate can be heard talking explicitly about a failed attempt to have sex with a married woman.
"They’re doing it more blatantly now. They know they’re not going to get in trouble or get arrested."
Adam Purinton allegedly asked two Indian men if their "status was legal" before opening fire. One man died, while two others were injured.
"This is done. This conversation is over. Yanking mics, bye. See ya. That was entirely inappropriate."
At least 35 people were arrested and multiple officers assaulted during the weekend protests after a former police officer was found not guilty of first-degree murder.
The incident has sparked criticism of the police response and become another flashpoint in California's ongoing homelessness crisis.