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Minaj tweeted earlier Saturday police told her they found marijuana in her bags, and it would have to be weighed.

Murray made his Masters debut in April.

Biden said those challenges range from supporting Ukraine’s defense against Russia’s invasion to facilitating humanitarian assistance into Gaza.

The race cars at Charlotte Motor Speedway will display patriotic designs and carry the name of a fallen military service member.

The Transportation Security Administration said Saturday that more than 2.9 million travelers were screened at U.S. airports on Friday.

A bike shop owner talks about changes to the industry and how to care for your bike.

It's open to everyone, no questions asked.

Humanitarian groups are scrambling to get food to Palestinians as some 900,000 people flee Rafah

The judge called him “a menace to our society.”

One of the two rappers is charged with attempted murder.

Independent presidential candidate Robert F. Kennedy Jr. spoke at the convention on Friday, hammering Trump and Biden on pandemic measures.

Austin briefly transferred power to his deputy.

The Justice Department policy is routine and meant to limit, rather than encourage, the use of force during searches.

The event brings in 100,000 people each year.

Earlier this week, the White House said it is releasing 1 million barrels of gasoline from a reserve in a bid to lower prices at the pump this summer

Travelers weren’t going to let the elements stop their Memorial Day Weekend travel plans.

Daniel Defense is said to have used Instagram to glorify the use of its weapons.

Most U.S. stocks rose in a bounce back from Wall Street’s worst day since April.

The Radiation Exposure Compensation Act program will sunset on June 7 unless the House passes a bill to extend and expand it.

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Every 18-year-old would choose between joining the military or volunteering one weekend a month in the community.

They may start the election in very different political positions but the PM and the Labour leader are similar characters.

High-tech drones help Ukraine's defenders - but they say they need more support from allies.

The former president's trial has been a historic moment and filled with salacious detail, but polls suggest a strange level of detachment.

The US rapper's show at Manchester's Co-op Live arena was called off at the last minute on Saturday.

Live facial recognition is becoming increasingly common on UK high streets. Should we be worried?

This subject will be on the table when EU and Middle Eastern foreign ministers meet.

Hannah Hall says pigeons are seen as vermin, and mistreated, but she is trying to change that.

Aitch, Mabel, Rag'n'Bone Man and Griff also performed through the day on the Main Stage.

Judith Gates is campaigning for radical changes round heading in the beautiful game.

Kaylee Golding says she's got closure after the infected blood inquiry found decades of failings.

Richard Sherman composed scores for Mary Poppins and the Jungle Book, amassing Oscars and Grammy awards with his brother.

The BBC star also discussed his family, who came to the UK as part of the Windrush generation.

Volunteers spent 700 hours using replica tools and fire to carve out the Bronze Age-style log boats.

How do people say they will vote in the UK general election? Our poll tracker measures the trends.

Whoever wins July's general election, there will be a significant number of new faces in the House of Commons.

Bills to quash Post Office convictions and provide compensation for blood scandal victims were approved.

The prime minister was meeting constituents when one remarked on the weather when he announced the election.

As is often the case in political campaigns, things don’t always stick to the script.

A leading think tank warns more tax rises or cuts to public services could lie ahead.

The Labour leader outlined his vision at a Scottish campaign launch event in Glasgow.

Tory MP Craig Mackinlay returned to Parliament this week after disease led to amputation of his hands and feet.

The Conservatives are pushing for six TV debates, but Labour officials will only commit to two run by the BBC and ITV.

The former Labour leader will run as an independent in the London seat he has represented since 1983.

Prime Minister Rishi Sunak has announced the UK general election will take place on 4 July.

Politicians will vie for the attention of voters distracted by Euro 2024, Wimbledon and festivals.

Lib Dem leader Sir Ed Davey is calling for patients to have the right to see a GP within seven days.

Many Tories were blindsided by the PM's July election announcement - here is how the decision was made.

Some party leaders say they are surprised by an election in six weeks time, others say they have been waiting patiently.

Labour sees the beautiful game as key to winning back areas like Scunthorpe from the Conservatives.

The Reform Party leader says Rishi Sunak "bottled it" over calling a surprise general election for July.

On a visit to Barry the PM attacks Labour on motorists and NHS, but runs into trouble on football.