A Queensland crocodile farmer made the unusual discovery in the belly of a dead croc.
Robert Mueller testifying at a House Judiciary Committee hearing on July 24, 2019. (Reuters / Jonathan Ernst)
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'Why Is He So Afraid?': Congress Urged To Fight Back Against Trump Lawsuit To Keep Tax Returns Hidden
"Trump is taking extraordinary legal measures to block Congress and the public from seeing his tax returns. Why?"
Horse Punched, 4 Deputies Injured After Drunken Fight Breaks Out At California County Fair, Sheriff's Office Says
A sheriff's horse and four police officers were injured when a drunken fight erupted Sunday night at a busy county fair in California, officials said.
Three adults were charged in connection with a family fight that was caught on camera earlier this month at Disneyland's Toontown. Some witnesses tried to break up the fight and others looked on in amazement...
4 Inmates At A Juvenile Justice Facility In Florida Staged A Fight, Overpowered Staff And Escaped, Officials Say
Four teenagers escaped a juvenile justice facility in Jacksonville, Florida, on Saturday night after staging a fight in their room and overpowering the staff members who responded, the Jacksonville Sheriff's Office said in a tweet.
President Donald Trump abandoned his controversial bid to demand citizenship details from all respondents in next year’s census Thursda...
Philadelphia police have released surveillance video showing a group of teenagers damaging a Walgreens pharmacy on July 4.
Facing a long-term decline in demand, the U.S. dairy industry is trying another way to get kids to drink milk -- latte bars in schools.
Jaime Harrison Thinks He Can Beat Lindsey Graham In 2020 And Raised A Record-breaking Amount Of Money To Prove It
Democrat Jaime Harrison has raised a record-breaking $1.3 million over the last three months for his fight against Graham for the Senate seat next year.
Israel Folau had sought donations to fight his sacking by Rugby Australia over social media posts.
The senator from Massachusetts made her name attacking Wall Street. Now she's bringing her plans to fight outsized wealth to the 2020 Presidential race.
NEWTOWN - Extremist Alex Jones' latest court trouble involves more than routine pre-trial wrangling with the Sandy Hook families who are suing him for defamation. The real fight is over the families' claim that the conspiracies Jones promoted as the frontman of Infowars were calculated to drive business to his internet supplements business. The heart of the court case came out in dueling motions filed over the last two weeks by the families, who accuse Jones of deliberately withholding information about his business strategy to hide his motives, and by Jones, who accuses the families of having no proof and of making him fish at his own expense for documents that don't exist. "The (families) proceed at their own peril by insisting that Jones defendants engage in sophisticated editorial content-making, targeting stories to products and seeking to stimulate sales by means of peddling known falsehoods likely to go viral," wrote Jones' attorney Norman Pattis. "Simply put, there is no evidence to support the claim that the Jones defendants knowingly market falsehoods for financial gain." The judge overseeing the case has sided with the family, ordering Jones under threat of punishment to turn over to the families the missing business records in question. "[T]he court will consider appropriate sanctions for (Jones') failure to fully comply should (he) not produce the data in one week," state Superior Court Judge Barbara Bellis ruled Monday. If it seems as though Jones has been in trouble with this judge before, he has. In March, Bellis said she was fed up with Jones' delays in turning over documents to the families, and threatened to throw out his motion to dismiss their case. In...
Allissa Martin was found dead at the bottom of a parking garage, her cell phone still recording on the seventh floor
The Georgia Democrat (and maybe presidential contender) shares her vision for how the party can beat Trump in 2020
Amid Fight To Stop Wave Of Anti-Choice Bills, Cheers After Federal Judge Smacks Down Miss. Abortion Ban
"This is fantastic news -- but this fight is not over."
Vice-president says 'Some of you will join the fight against radical Islamic terrorists' and hints at possible military intervention in Venezuela
The fight against a Texas pipeline just got a little more challenging. On Monday, the Texas Senate passed legislation that makes interf...
A California family is taking their fight to the Chinese government after they say their loved one was tortured and killed inside of a Chinese labor camp nearly 20 years ago, simply for supporting the spiritual meditation practice known as Falun Gong.