The decision came after Gillibrand failed to qualify for a Democratic debate next month in Houston amid surprisingly low polling and major fundraising struggles
In 2017, 939 people got killed by vehicles blowing through red lights. This is the highest death toll since 2008 and 28% higher than the 2012 figures.
The U.S. National Hurricane Center said Dorian was expected to strengthen into a Category 3 hurricane as it stayed well to the east of the southeastern and central Bahamas over the next two days
Thunberg is in New York to attend the United Nations Climate Action Summit, and will be speaking along with other world leaders who will present plans to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
The move was not unexpected, as the monarch has steadfastly refused to get involved in politics throughout her long reign.
Jones' departure was confirmed by a person familiar with the change who spoke Tuesday on condition of anonymity because they were not authorized to publicly discuss Jones' status with the long-running sketch series.
Prince Andrew was a years-long friend of the financier who killed himself while awaiting trial on sex-trafficking charges
Sea accidents are common in the Philippine archipelago because of frequent storms, badly maintained boats, overcrowding and weak enforcement of safety regulations
The storm is expected to pass over or near Puerto Rico, with landslides, widespread flooding and power outages possible in what is expected to be the first major test of emergency preparedness since Hurricane Maria devastated the island in 2017.
The attackers started a fire that ripped through the bar, killing eight women and 15 men. There was no immediate information on the condition of the injured
Growing fears over the health impacts are emerging as the number of fires in Brazil surges, with more than 77,000 documented by the country's National Space Research Institute in the last year
In opening, the judge called the 66-year-old Epstein's suicide a "rather stunning turn of events." He defended his decision to let the women speak, saying: "Public hearings ... promote transparency and provide the court with insights and information that the court might otherwise not be aware of"
Macron, who has questioned Bolsonaro's trustworthiness and commitment to protecting biodiversity, has shrugged off the snub from the Brazilian president.
The plea agreement in Philadelphia after an appeals court threw out his conviction last month will see an end to a case that kept him on probation for most of his adult life.
California-based startup Beyond Meat said it developed the new product specifically for KFC. It's made with wheat protein coated in a proprietary breading.
The comedian will be the host of the sketch comedy show on Dec. 21, marking the former cast member's first hosting appearance since 1984.
'You Need to Calm Down' also won the video for good honor. Todrick Hall, the multi-faceted entertainer who has appeared in some of Swift’s videos, including 'You Need to Calm Down,' accepted the honor.
Oklahoma pursued the case under the state's public nuisance statute and presented the judge with a plan to abate the crisis that would cost between $12.6 billion for 20 years and $17.5 billion over 30 years.
The reality star, makeup mogul and law student said on Instagram that she changed the name after much "thought and consideration."
75-year-old Bob Fuller was one of about 1,200 people who have used Washington’s Death with Dignity Act to end their lives in the decade since it became law
The actor, in association with philanthropists Laurene Powell Jobs and Brian Sheth, announced the launch of the Amazon Forest Fund.
The new indictment includes revised charges of predatory sexual assault, a development that caused the judge to delay the start of his trial until early next year.
Prosecutor Tim Douthit said Hendrix Frink died of starvation weighing just 13 pounds, while his 4-year-old brother survived, barely, weighing 15 pounds
The victims included three adults and two children on the helicopter and two local men on the light plane, the regional government of Spain's Balearic islands, which include Mallorca, said in a tweet.
Walsh promises to contest Trump from the right as opposed to Weld, who is regarded as fiscally conservative but socially liberal. Weld was the 2016 Libertarian Party vice presidential nominee
Several demonstrators openly carried assault-style rifles, and demanded Texas not infringe on their liberty
Toward the end of an event in Hanover, Biden evoked two of his political heroes, Martin Luther King Jr. and Robert F. Kennedy. Both were assassinated in 1968, Kennedy while running for president.
Security video recorded Markeis McGlockton shoving Drejka to the ground. Seconds later, Drejka pulled out a handgun and shot McGlockton as he backed away. McGlockton ran inside the store, where he collapsed and died in front of his son.
Cook County Judge Michael Toomin's appointment of former US attorney Dan Webb raises the possibility that the special prosecutor could bring new charges against the actor
The stone, just a little bigger than a golf ball, was moved by InSight's own thrusters as the robotic lander touched down on Mars on November 26
Meanwhile, Brazil’s President Bolsonaro has accused Macron of sensationalism and of seeking ‘personal political gains in an internal matter for Brazil and other Amazonian countries’
European governments and non profits are contending that President Jair Bolsonaro is not doing enough to curb widespread deforestation.
Bowles received the death penalty for the murder of Walter Hinton. Hinton was Bowles' sixth and final known victim in a series of killings over an 8-month span in 1994 that terrorized the Interstate 95 corridor and won him the nickname, 'the I-95 killer'
Miley Cyrus went on a Twitter tirade on Thursday, August 22, denying rumors that she cheated on her soon-to-be ex husband, Liam Hemsworth
Sanders was press secretary for President Donald Trump from July 2017 through June 2019, quarreling with reporters who aggressively questioned her about any number of controversies involving the president.
Casting himself as a reluctant warrior in the trade war against China, President Donald Trump told reporters 'somebody had to do it'
Brazil's National Institute for Space Research said the country has seen a record number of wildfires this year, counting 74,155 as of August 20, an 84% increase compared to the same period last year
Trump said they won't have to pay federal income tax on the forgiven debt and called on states to waive their taxes on the loans, too
Hemsworth, whose attorney Laura Wasser has been involved in many major stars' divorces, cited irreconcilable differences as the reason for the split.
Spicer's addition apparently didn't go down well with co-host Tom Bergeron, who tweeted that he earlier told producers he hoped the new season would be a "joyful respite from our exhausting political climate" and urged them not have any "divisive bookings"
The four students, none of whose injuries were life-threatening, were shot outside a library that serves Clark Atlanta and other nearby historically black colleges.
Donald Trump's claim triggered a quick uproar from critics who said the Republican president was trading in anti-Semitic stereotypes
Denmark Prime Minister Mette Frederiksen had called Trump's musing about buying the Danish territory 'an absurd discussion' after the former real estate mogul began to talk up the idea
The mayor of Philadelphia says Police Commissioner Richard Ross is resigning over new allegations made by two women officers of sexual harassment and racial and gender discrimination against others in the department
Sony has held the rights to the Marvel character since 1985, but in 2015, announced a partnership with Disney and Marvel that would allow Spider-Man to be used in MCU films like "Avengers: Endgame"
The 85-year-old talk show host filed a petition to end the marriage Tuesday in Los Angeles Superior Court. Larry King has been married eight times to seven different women and has five children. He married and divorced Alene Akins twice.
Producers announced the moniker Tuesday for the film that has long been referred to simply as "Bond 25."
Omar said Israel’s decision was 'not consistent with democracy' and not reflective of actions taken by an ally of the US
Epstein signed the document on August 8. Less than 48 hours later, he was found dead in his cell, prompting an investigation that has cast a harsh light on staffing shortages at the Manhattan detention center.
Police Commissioner James O'Neill said he fired Daniel Pantaleo based on a recent recommendation of a department disciplinary judge. O'Neill said he thought Pantaleo's use of the banned chokehold was a mistake that could have been made by any officer in the heat of an arrest
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