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Paris: 4 wounded in knife attack near ex-Charlie Hebdo site Paris police they have opened a terrorism investigation after a knife attack that wounded at least two people near the former offices of satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo
Mary Trump alleges in lawsuit her family 'fleeced' her out of millions of dollars Mary Trump has filed a lawsuit claiming her family members "fleeced" her out of millions of dollars.
London officer shot dead while detaining suspect at station A British police officer has been shot dead inside a London police station while detaining a suspect
Princess Eugenie, husband Jack Brooksbank expecting 1st child The baby will be the first grandchild for Prince Andrew and Sarah Ferguson.
Suspect in federal fraud probe found slain in New Orleans A lawyer representing a man under federal investigation for alleged involvement in a scheme to stage expensive car crashes says his client was shot to death inside a New Orleans apartment
Teen girl dies in home explosion officials say caused by propane leak  Families in a quiet Oklahoma City neighborhood were left in shock Thursday morning after the home of a family of four exploded, killing a teenage child.
BMW fined $18M for inflating monthly US sales figures BMW will pay an $18 million fine to settle allegations that it inflated its monthly U.S. sales numbers for five straight years
Trial on Harvey plant fire resumes after COVID-19 delay A trial in which a chemical manufacturer is facing charges over a fire at its suburban Houston plant during Hurricane Harvey that sent toxic smoke into the air in 2017 has resumed
National election fraud would be 'a major challenge for an adversary': FBI director Hard for a foreign actor to change a federal election: FBI Director
State fines beef plant $957 after huge coronavirus outbreak The outbreak in April resulted in 338 of 850 workers testing positive.
Democrats to redraft virus relief in bid to jump-start talks Democrats are going back to the drawing board on a huge virus relief bill
Democrats in Pa. scramble to limit number of 'naked ballots' Democrats are scrambling in Pennsylvania to reduce the number of mail-in ballots that could be rejected because voters fail to put them in the required “secrecy envelope.”
2 vehicles hit Breonna Taylor protesters in Los Angeles All of the injuries are believed to be minor, police said.
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North Korea issues rare apology after killing South Korean official at sea North Korea sent an apology letter to South Korea’s presidential office on Friday.