The National Weather Service rated the tornado an EF-3 on the Enhanced Fujita scale. At least seven people were injured and two are in critical condition.
A Georgia police officer was believed to have been engaging in sexual activity while on the job.
A Ukrainian nuclear official said he is worried because "looters" raided the site's radiation monitoring lab, taking materials that could create a "dirty bomb."
The Netherlands, Belgium, Ireland and the Czech Republic have announced the expulsion of Russian intelligence officers and diplomats.
The 192-foot vessel is worth 38 million euros and belongs to an unknown Russian businessman.
The academy said it will open a formal review of the incident, in which the actor slapped Chris Rock during the ceremony.
A snow squall caused the multi-vehicle collision involving an estimated 50 to 60 vehicles.
Wealthy Russians are buying real estate in Turkey and the United Arab Emirates.
Part of the Conger ice shelf broke off after record temperatures were reported in the region.
ICE currently has nearly 22,000 immigrants in custody at facilities across the country.
North Korea launched an intercontinental ballistic missile this week, prompting the former vice president's remarks.
"Incoming materials have allowed us to trace the scheme of interaction between U.S. government bodies and Ukraine's biolabs," a Russian official said.
The three citizens say they are questioned about their faith every time they return from an international trip.
A Russian official said Thursday that the special military operation in Ukraine is "going according to plan."
Jeremy Spicer allegedly shot his boss before going to another office in the same building and shooting a female employee.
"He fought against evil, Satanic spirits: Ukrainian Nazis, created by American multinational corporations," Gennady Zaridze said.
The alliance's troops are headed for Hungary, Romania, Bulgaria and Slovakia.
The philanthropist donated $436 million to the organization.
The Boynton Beach Police Department said initial reports indicated two workers were at a construction site at Riverwalk Plaza when a concrete wall fell on them.
"I'm thankful that the truth is finally realized," George DeJesus said during the virtual hearing on Tuesday.
Children could begin to stop wearing masks in the classroom beginning April 4.
The U.S. government has said there is evolving intelligence that Russia may be looking at methods for a potential cyberattack in response to U.S. sanctions.
On Monday afternoon, Apple's support page on Twitter said all of the outages have been resolved, and its website shows that systems should be running normally.
The two police officers were trying to get a man on the highway into their vehicle when they were all struck.
"The experts are of the opinion that it's not appropriate for us to devote finite resources to the universal mass testing," said Hong Kong's chief executive.
The expanded program allowed for the expedited removal of any noncitizen who was encountered anywhere in the country.
A 79-year-old woman died after falling off the bridge, which connects West Palm Beach to Palm Beach.
Over 222,000 SUVs are being recalled in the U.S. and Canada because of an airbag problem.
Naomi Irion was last seen in the early hours of March 12 in a Walmart parking lot.
"We want her flex-cuffed on a table while we all pose and get our pictures taken like we just made the biggest drug bust...in history," a suspect said.