An affidavit states that after Kristen Fitzgerald removed the boy from his home, she drove him to Struthers' Honey, a honey farm in Lake Wales, and accused him of touching her 13-year-old daughter in a "sexual manner."
Fed up with serving as "an afterschool child minding service," Marsden State School in Logan City, Queensland, Australia, is threatening to call police on parents who regularly fail to pick up their children on time.
"This is happening in the immediate vicinity of our borders and directly affects our security interests," Russia's president said.
A new intelligence report identified China as the "primary strategic competitor" to the U.S.
The percentage of Americans who see China as the country's "greatest enemy" more than doubled since last year, a new Gallup poll finds.
The California congressman called on Republicans to tell members of the party that President Joe Biden won the election "fair and square."
A Michigan man alleged contacted Sen. Debbie Stabenow (D-Mich.) to complain that he was "angry about the results of the November election, that he joined a Michigan militia and that there would be violence if the election results were not changed."
The FBI has observed "an extensive amount of concerning online chatter" about events surrounding Joe Biden's inauguration, the bureau said.
King discussed the "foolishness" of the potential threat to 50 state governments ahead of Biden's inauguration on Wednesday.
The United Church of Christ advised ministers and congregants to exercise caution in the week leading up to the inauguration.
An alarmed homeowner found the sign on Roselawn Drive in the Brentwood subdivision of Lafayette and alerted police on Saturday.
"We'll put this plane down in the middle of Kansas and dump people off. I don't care," a Phoenix-bound American Airlines pilot told the unruly Trump backers.
Strzok was fired from the bureau after text messages from 2016 were released that revealed anti-Trump remarks between himself and FBI lawyer Lisa Page.
The former secretary of state said President Trump's executive actions Saturday made it very clear he intends on going after Social Security and Medicare if he's re-elected.
Cirea Oliver, 29, was arrested at Gainesville Middle School in Gainesville, Georgia, shortly after she posted a Facebook Live video complaining about bullying at the school.
Police officers responded to a report of a "suspicious device" at a Walmart in Austin, Texas, after a Walmart employee reported seeing a person with a PVC pipe and other materials inside the store's bathroom.
Gorbachev signed several pivotal anti-nuclear proliferation agreements with the U.S. during his time as the last leader of the Soviet Union.
A Pennsylvania man was found guilty of disorderly conduct after making a "gunlike gesture" towards his neighbor.
"Some of us are heavily armed and mentally ill and on the verge of snapping," Joseph Lee McKinney reportedly posted on a review for a hotel in Cocoa Beach, Florida.
White supremacist groups are mentioned in the files, however they are described as a "medium threat."
The local sheriff's office warned "it takes all of these threats seriously and those making them will be dealt with accordingly." A 13-year-old student was arrested this week over an alleged social media threat.
The State Department last week approved a $2.2 billion weapons deal with Taiwan prompting condemnation from Beijing.
The scandal that brought down Austria's vice chancellor shows the danger of "oligarchization."
"The prospect for resolving the nuclear issue will be much gloomier" without a U.S. pivot, a North Korean foreign ministry official said.
In the latest war of words between the two countries, Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif warned the U.S. president to "never threaten an Iranian."
Not everyone was so sure that the supposed threat from Iran warrants America's military response.
The televangelist said the legislation could spark nuclear war.
Incident at Godwin High School occurred as white supremacist slogans appear across Henrico County.
Iran has claimed innocence as regional tensions rise between Washington, its allies and Tehran.
Majid Takht Ravanchi, Iran's ambassador to the United Nations, warned the U.S. against repeating the mistakes of the Iraq War.