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A 27-year-old Montana man is alive after allegedly being fired on by a gunman who though he’d spotted Sasquatch.

The Helena resident — whose name has not been revealed — said he was shot at "multiple times" by a man in a black Ford pick-up truck, who argued the would-be victim was "not wearing...


The Honduran mother pictured at the border fleeing tear gas with her young children was let into the United States and filed for asylum, a California congressman said Monday.

The image of Maria Meza and her children drew international attention last month after U.S. authorities fired tear gas...


A Yemeni mother unable to visit her dying toddler in California thanks to President Trump’s travel ban has been granted a visa, a lawyer for the family says.

Federal officials issued a visa to Shaima Swileh Tuesday, allowing her to make the trip to Oakland to be with her terminally ill 2-year-old...


text Bump stocks banned by Trump administration
Tue, 18 Dec 2018 08:20:00 PST

Bump stocks are officially banned.

President Trump’s Department of Justice said Tuesday that the devices, which make it easier to fire certain weapons, must be destroyed or turned into the ATF within 90 days. After three months it will be illegal to own them.

A senior official told The Associated...


A man allegedly shot a police officer — and now taxpayers have to help pay his medical bill.

The city of Omaha has been hit with a $239,670.63 bill after a 36-year-old gang member needed treatment while in police custody, according to The Omaha World-Herald.

John Ezell Jr., 36, was shot at multiple...


A can of Coke and a plastic cup were instrumental in solving the 1989 murder of an 18-year-old woman in Washington state, authorities say.

Timothy Bass is set to go on trial in connection with the previously unsolved death of Mandy Stavik, who went missing during Thanksgiving break 29 years ago...


He’s a father first and a President second.

President Trump’s ex-wife Marla Maples said her former husband considered running for the Oval Office during the 1990s, but suggested he didn’t because it would’ve been too tough on his children.

"It’s something we thought about doing in the ‘90s, but...


A legally blind Detroit woman has gone missing during a trip to Peru, her brother said.

Carla Valpeoz, 35, was last seen on Dec. 12 at the Pariwana Hostel in Cusco, Carlos Valpeoz told the Daily News Tuesday. He believes she may have been travelling by herself to either the Sacred Valley, the...


A man's 18-hour "reign of terror" that included murder, multiple shootings, a robbery and carjacking ended Monday on a California highway when he was killed trying to smash into other vehicles during a high-speed chase.

Gustavo Garcia, 36, was finally stopped and pronounced dead when he was thrown...


A retired U.S. Marine who worked with former Green Beret Mathew Golsteyn — who’s charged with murdering a suspected Afghan bomb maker — recalls the once-decorated hero as extremely respectful and unlikely to slay in cold blood.

Emir Hadzic‏,a retired infantry gunnery sergeant who has served in...


An uncoordinated package thief was captured on video struggling to steal a large TV off a porch in Maryland.

Prince George's County Police Department posted the comical surveillance footage on Thursday to YouTube in hopes of finding the clumsy suspect.

In the video, a car is seen backing up into...


Christmas Eve may be the most high-risk day of the year to have a heart attack according to a study from the British Medical Journal — and doctors have pinpointed it down to the minute.

The study involves 283,014 cases of heart attacks in Sweden from 1998 to 2013 — covering 16 years.

Researchers...


A 1974 New York state ban on nunchucks that was put into place over fears that youth inspired by martial arts movies would create widespread mayhem is unconstitutional under the Second Amendment, a federal court has ruled.

Judge Pamela Chen issued her ruling Friday in a Brooklyn federal court on...


Barbed wire and hundreds of cameras ring a massive compound of more than 30 dormitories, schools, warehouses and workshops in China's far west. Dozens of armed officers and a growling Doberman stand guard outside.

Behind locked gates, men and women are sewing sportswear that can end up on U.S....


The fight over President Donald Trump's $5 billion wall funds deepened Monday, threatening a partial government shutdown in a standoff that has become increasingly common in Washington.

It wasn't always like this, with Congress and the White House at a crisis over government funding. The House...


A Texas man says his flesh-eating bacteria infection festered until it sent him into shock because the jail was too understaffed to properly treat him or get him help.

Harold Millican has filed a lawsuit against the Texas Department of Criminal Justice and the warden at the Gist State Jail, accusing...


A federal report released Monday provides a possible glimmer of hope for the homeless crisis that has gripped many cities up and down the West Coast.

The number of people living on the streets in Los Angeles and San Diego, two epicenters of the homelessness crisis, fell this year, suggesting those...


Two Chicago police officers were killed Monday night when they were hit by a train while investigating a "shots fired" call on the city’s Far South Side, sources said.

The officers were doing surveillance following a ShotSpotter report when they were hit by an outbound South Shore train at the...


There have been Cecil the lion, Scarface the Yellowstone grizzly, and Pedals, the bear who walked like a human. All killed by hunters who thought that the animals’ unique characteristics made them compelling targets, rather than seeing it as a reason to keep them alive.

Now Cinder, the miracle...


When El Chapo wanted to crank out methamphetamine for his Sinaloa drug cartel, he didn’t mind going behind the back of one of his main cocaine suppliers, jurors heard Monday.

Colombian narco Jorge Milton Cifuentes Villa returned to the witness stand at Chapo’s trafficking trial in Brooklyn and...


A mother can’t get into the country to say goodbye to her dying son because of President Trump’s travel ban.

Shaima Swileh, a Yemeni national living in Egypt, is being kept out of the United States, where her 2-year-old son Abdullah is on life support in Oakland with a genetic brain condition,...


A former Ohio youth soccer coach who was on the run after he was convicted of sexually abusing a 14-year-old girl was nabbed by police when he tried to go on a date, officials said.

Justin Smith, 41, was arrested Friday in Florida and charged as a fugitive, according to the Okaloosa County Sheriff’s...


An Arizona couple is working with toymaker Mattel to possibly create a same-sex Barbie wedding set.

Scottsdale couple Matt Jacobi and Nick Caprio — who have been together for 11 years — will have their two nieces as flower girls in their May wedding. Their niece Natalie loves dolls, so the couple...


Stocks tanked again Monday as fears of the Federal Reserve’s plans to raise interest rates continue to drive the market down.

The Dow dropped 507 points and 2.1%, its second consecutive day down more than 500 points and its fourth such drop in December.

The S&P 500 also plummeted 2.1% and tech...


Alfonso Ribeiro claims "Fortnite" unfairly copied his famous "Carlton" dance to waltz off with a pile of cash.

The "Fresh Prince of Bel-Air" actor filed a copyright infringement lawsuit Monday in Los Angeles claiming Epic Games never sought or obtained his permission to use the highly recognizable...