The Harford County Sheriff's Office told Newsweek there were "multiple victims" and that the scene was still active.
"Can they hear the bombs coming? We should make the bombs silent so they can’t get away," Trump said, according to a new book.
Newsweek has looked through the archives to see how sports had changed in the four and a half decades since Billie Jean King took on Bobby Riggs.
Girls were found to be better at reading and writing from as early as fourth grade.
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"I have been asked by so many people that I respect, please—the great Lou Dobbs, the great Sean Hannity, the wonderful great Jeanine Pirro," Trump told The Hill.
Hollywood actors and women from across the country are showing support for Christine Blasey Ford.
“The Sahara border can’t be bigger than our border with Mexico,” the president said, according to Spain's foreign minister.
In her new book, "These Truths," Lepore illuminates the direct line between the country’s polarized past and divided present.
The recall of over 130,000 pounds of ground beef was issued for products from Cargill Meat Solutions.
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo is on a mission to end grammar abuses within his department.
A major donor and Republican activist behind Ron DeSantis's Florida gubernatorial campaign deleted a tweet calling former President Barack Obama the n-word and a "Muslim."
Conspiracy theories ran wild after the National Solar Observatory in Sunspot closed without explanation.
The hack followed several heists of the country's virtual currency markets, and was another blow to Japan’s efforts to become a global leader in the exchanges.
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