The newspaper's account says the North Korean leader had the choir conductor shot 90 times after a night of performances to mark a holiday.
"Cuomo has lost the credibility he needs to lead this state, especially in the midst of a public health crisis," the Times-Union editorial board wrote in an op-ed published Saturday.
In a column for Duke's student-run media organization, a senior suggested that bars and parties aren't necessary to beat the "pandemic blues," and that having a few drinks and walking around could help capture some of that college excitement.
The decision from the Pentagon to close the paper down comes shortly after a "Military Times" poll that showed Trump's popularity with the troops has declined.
The cast of "The Daily Show" posed as partners in a humorous law firm for "presidential attorneys," complete with a phone number you can call.
An ad published in The Tennessean warned "Islam" is going to set off a nuclear bomb in Nashville on July 18.
A New York Republican congresswoman blamed the "radical Far-Left" last weekend after an anonymous person allegedly placed a nasty note on her car, but a local newspaper editorial board said she should do some "self-reflection" the next time she defends President Donald Trump's behavior.
Ukraine's Kyiv Post highlighted their coverage of Trump attorney Rudy Giuliani's latest "dirt-digging" trip.
Violent clashes on Monday left two people in critical condition—one shot by police and one set on fire by anti-government protesters.
Bernie Sanders backed abortion rights and blasted male-dominated legislatures in a 1972 article surfaced Wednesday, revealing another decades-long contrast with Joe Biden.
The baby was found in a soiled onesie, in temperatures skirting 30F.
Critics have asked why Republicans have censored King while ignoring racist remarks from President Donald Trump.
El Nacional printed its last edition on Friday, representing another blow to Venezuela's freedom of expression. Hannity's website seemed to bask in schadenfreude.
The package may have been dropped off early in the morning via bike.
The local newspaper published an entire front page photo of a Ku Klux Klan flyer that was being distributed in the community.
Newsweek had previously reported that he planned to write a newspaper op-ed.
"This particular photo was edited in a sloppy manner to make it appear the president had a mustache," the paper wrote in a post on its Facebook page.
The Village Voice was a writer's paper: "You could say what you thought, the way you wanted to say it."
Pyongyang is ramping up anti-American fervor ahead of the "day of struggle against U.S. imperialism" on June 25.
The social network is trying to tackle fake news following criticism that it allowed far-right groups to spread lies before the U.S. election.
President Donald Trump had referred to a non-existent terror incident in a speech.
The phrase appeared on a document carried by a Conservative Party aide.
The "Romanians for Remainians" campaign wants to find friends for disillusioned voters.