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No other details of the transplant were released Monday.
Hong Kong’s leader pledged Monday to “spare no effort” to halt anti-government protests.
Gambia filed the case on behalf of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation.
“Everyone was excited. Then you realize there are 80 men buried there, and it’s a sobering experience.”
For only the fourth time, the House of Representatives has started a presidential impeachment inquiry.
Ukraine awarded a contract to his supporters after the energy secretary attended Volodymyr Zelenskiy’s inauguration.
Court also orders that alternative land be given to Muslims to build a mosque.
Police officers and the field tests they use on suspected drugs sometimes can’t tell the difference.
Rodney Reed is set to die for a 1996 killing despite evidence that raises questions about his guilt.
Colorado-based Westmoreland Coal has not made the required repairs and is still mining in the area.
It was a pivotal moment in the events that brought down Communism in eastern Europe.
Democrats are puzzled by the former New York mayor’s apparent plans to seek the presidency.
The Max was considered safe until 12 weeks later, when 157 people died in a similar crash in Ethiopia.
He predicted he would win with “a groundswell of support from hardworking African American patriots.”
The same chemical compound was found in fluid taken from the lungs of 29 patients across the country.
He denied in the lawsuit that he was “belligerent,” broke glass or damaged property at the Cosmpolitan.
Hundreds gathered together and paused for 85 seconds — one for each person who died.
The airline said Friday that it will keep its Max out of its schedule until March 6.
The president’s former chief executive told jurors he saw Stone as “an access point” to WikiLeaks.
Human rights groups say Canada has no guarantee that immigrants returned to the U.S. will be safe.