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Yuliia Paievska recorded her team's frantic efforts over two weeks to bring people back from the brink of death in Mariupol. Now, she's in Russian hands.
The panel also has evidence that “directly contradicts” GOP claims of no security footage of Trump rally supporters in the Capitol ahead of the riot.
The state passed a bill banning abortion from the moment of fertilization, less than an hour before the vice president met with abortion providers.
Scuttling Roe v. Wade is a good start to allowing "our own people to live," Matt Schlapp told media at the conservative group's Budapest conference.
Police say that the accused gunman, who targeted Black people in a deadly mass shooting at a Buffalo grocery store, showed some people his plans ahead of the attack.
The Democratic member of Congress thanked everyone for the well wishes while confirming the news on social media.
"What you have to realize is that those microaggressions happen all the time," the Oscar winner said.
"A party more moderate on all issues than either Reps or Dems would be ideal," Musk tweeted after vowing to vote GOP.
Trump's former White House adviser admits in her new memoir that she had a hard time competing with her husband's "new fling."
The first look at the upcoming film shows the music superstar's fears of still not being "taken seriously" all these years later.
The trailer for Peacock's reimagining of the groundbreaking series hints at sex, family, politics and a Pulse-like tragedy. The show debuts June 9.