Josh Duggar asks court to move child pornography trial to 2022

Josh Duggar has asked a court to move his child pornography trial to 2022, court records show.

Kentucky triple murder: Former airline pilot convicted on all counts

A former pilot charged in the November 2015 triple murder of his neighbors in western Kentucky has been convicted by a jury on all counts, the state’s attorney general said.

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Visual guide: What we know about the invasive ‘murder hornet’

Scientists and Washington state officials are settling traps to track Asian giant hornets

A police cruiser hit a wounded man who was lying in the street. Police say it was an accident.

Eric Cole was wounded and lying in the street when Springfield police officer Amanda Rosales hit him with her car while trying to find the scene.

Kenneth Kaunda, Zambia’s charismatic first president, is dead at 97

Former Zambian President and independence leader Kenneth Kaunda has died at the age of 97.

‘We were missing the magic’: Last Disney park reopens amid pandemic

Disneyland Paris is the last Disney park to reopen to guests after an extended coronavirus pandemic closure.

Pelosi defends Democratic divisions, says party is ‘not a lockstep rubber stamp’

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi on Thursday defended the Democratic divisions in her caucus that have been on display in recent weeks, saying she’d rather belong to a party that’s dynamic than to the GOP.

Democrat Eric Swalwell rants GOP ‘a pro-slavery, anti-police party’ in MSNBC interview

Rep. Eric Swalwell, D-Calif., claimed Wednesday on MSNBC that the Republican Party was “a pro-slavery, anti-police party that’s rolling with the cop killers.”