Scheduling glitches led an immigration judge to deny the Trump administration's request to order four Central American migrants deported because they failed to show for initial hearings Wednesday in the U.S. while being forced to wait in Mexico
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Five former residents of a New Mexico compound are scheduled to appear in federal court on terrorism-related charges that include conspiring to attack U.S. law enforcement and military members
Virginia highway safety officials were already investigating the safety of an exit ramp along Interstate 95 when a charter bus overturned along it on Tuesday, killing two people and injuring more
Many people have workout partners when they go to the gym. But what if yours was a drag queen? That's what happens at Drag Diva Fit, a fitness class aimed at people in London's LGBTQ+ community who may be worried about going to a conventional class. It was started in January by personal trainer Jordan Flaste who wants the sessions to be a place where LGBTQ+ people of all shapes, sizes and backgrounds can feel comfortable while working out to a playlist of disco divas and camp classics. A rotating cast of queens provide support and encouragement while adding glitz and glamour to the workout, proving that sweat bands and high heels do go together.
“Golf is like bike shorts. It reveals a lot about a man,” says sportswriter Rick Reilly. His new book "Commander in Cheat" draws comparisons between Trump's ethics on the golf course and behavior as President.
London commuters have reacted with a certain amount of dismay to the continuing Brexit deadlock and a speech by Prime Minister Theresa May in which she blamed Parliament for the impasse
The new president of the University of Southern California says she wants to be a part of "fixing" the school following a series of high-profile scandals _ including the massive college admissions bribery case that broke last week
Prosecutors will call more witnesses to the stand in the trial of a white former East Pittsburgh police officer charged in the fatal shooting of an unarmed black teenager