According to a Morning Consult/Politico poll released Wednesday, about half of US voters think that mainstream news outlets push out false content, or crowd favorite "fake news," when publishing articles on US President Donald Trump.
Following the truck bombing in Mogadishu on Saturday that killed at least 300 people, including five Red Crescent volunteers, tens of thousands of Somalis took the streets of Mogadishu and other cities in Somalia on Wednesday to protest the attack, which the country’s president blamed on terrorist group al-Shabaab.
Whoever said you can never have too much of a good thing had obviously not stumbled upon the new study published by researchers in the Mayo Clinic Proceedings journal, which reveals that too much exercise can, in fact, kill you.
According to the Harford County Sheriff's Office, 37-year-old Radee Ladeeb Prince, a suspect in a Wednesday shooting in Maryland, has been taken into custody by authorities in Wilmington, Delaware.
It's common knowledge that running a marathon isn't an easy feat, but one woman decided the distance wasn't challenge enough and decided to make the endeavour harder - by covering 26.2 miles all while wearing three-inch heels.
The Electromagnetic Aircraft Launch System (EMALS) to help jets take off from aircraft carriers - which has only just been tested on the US Navy’s brand new USS Gerald Ford - will now find its way onto India’s aircraft carriers.
On Tuesday, Pennsylvania’s Department of Health approved medical marijuana grower and processor Cresco Yeltrah to begin planting seeds in Jefferson County, northeast of Pittsburgh.
A predominantly black public elementary school in Mississippi named after the president of the US Confederacy is opting to change its namesake in favor of honoring the first black president, Barack Obama, instead.
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