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Capitol riot seen in new shocking footage like never before

Shocking footage released on Sunday offers a new glimpse inside the deadly US Capitol riot, — following the invaders as they search for House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and other lawmakers, sit in Vice President Mike Pence’s seat and rifle through lawmakers’ documents.

From Trumpism to lockdown, people believe in the craziest things

Following his disgruntled supporters’ rampage through the Capitol, Donald Trump’s fate hangs in the balance.

‘Do You Need Help?' Central Florida Waitress Credited With Helping Boy After Noticing Bruises

The boy’s 34-year-old stepfather was arrested on charges of child abuse and neglect on the night the waitress called police

Taliban cracks down on 'costly' polygamy

The leader of the Taliban in Afghanistan has issued a decree urging the group's leaders and commanders to forego taking multiple wives, which he said was inviting "criticism from our enemies".

Boris Johnson warns against ‘unthinking sinophobia’ in China ties

The prime minister’s comments come amid heightened tensions with Beijing over its Hong Kong crackdown, forced labour in Xinjiang and the UK’s Huawei ban.

Denial Is the Heartbeat of America

When have Americans been willing to admit who we are?

Sheldon Adelson, billionaire Trump backer and Las Vegas Sands CEO, dead at 87

Sheldon Adelson, the founder, chairman and chief executive officer of Las Vegas Sands Corp., has died following a battle with cancer. He was 87. Statement from Dr. Miriam Adelson on the passing of her husband, Sheldon G. Adelson:

Trump shunned by Republicans and social media after Capitol riot

Security has been bolstered around the US Capitol, following serious concern over a breach that led to a mob of Donald Trump supporters storming the building earlier this week.

Pope Francis’ personal doctor dies of Covid-19, as Pontiff misses scheduled baptism

Pope Francis’ personal doctor has died from coronavirus complications, according to the Vatican’s newspaper. It is unknown when he was last in contact with the pope, who missed a baptism ceremony hours after the news broke.

Indonesia locates black boxes after deadly plane crash

Divers pulled body parts, wreckage and clothing from waters off Indonesia's capital Jakarta on Sunday, as authorities located the black boxes of the passenger jet that crashed with 62 people on board.

Pelosi speaks with military about stopping Trump launch nuclear strike

Nancy Pelosi spoke with the US military’s top commander about stopping an “unhinged” Donald Trump from launching a nuclear strike during his remaining days in office, it emerged on Friday.

Capitol Police officer who shot, killed unarmed woman during protest placed on administrative leave

The U.S. Capitol Police officer who fired the fatal bullet that killed Ashli Babbit, an unarmed air force veteran, during Wednesday’s riot at the Capitol Building was placed on administrative leave, the department said Thursday.

'They're not very good at revolution': Rick Wilson says Trump mob's incompetence accidentally saved democracy

Rick Wilson tore apart President Donald Trump for encouraging an angry mob to take over the U.S. Capitol -- and bashed Capitol police for letting the "redneck Visigoths" into the building.

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange extradition blocked by British judge

A British judge has ruled that WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange cannot be extradited to the United States to face espionage charges. The judge said extradition would be "oppressive" to his mental health.

Kim Kardashian and Kanye West are getting a divorce: ‘She’s done’

Kim Kardashian and Kanye West are over. Multiple sources tell Page Six that “divorce is imminent” for the Hollywood couple, with Kardashian hiring divorce attorney to the stars, Laura Wasser.

Military leaders worry America's youth are still too fat or dumb to fight

U.S. military leaders are increasingly worried that young Americans are too overweight or undereducated to join the armed forces

British Court Rejects U.S. Request To Extradite WikiLeaks Founder Julian Assange

A British court has denied a request from U.S. officials to extradite WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange on charges of illegally obtaining and sharing classified material related to national security.

U.S. officials are reportedly privately worried Russia stole blueprints for U.S. blackout restoration

In public, American officials have said they do not believe Russia's SVR intelligence agency "pierced" classified systems and stole sensitive communications and plans during an alleged cyberattack on what may have hundreds of networks in the United States.

Pope Recalls Meeting Maradona, Says "He Was Poet On Field"

Pope Francis also shared memories of the makeshift footballs that sufficed to exhilarate him and his boyhood friends.