No pot to pee in: Man stuck in traffic has to go, calls 911 for...
No pot to pee in: Man stuck in traffic has to go, calls 911 for... Uh oh, urine trouble. A Canadian man pissed off police when he called a 911 emergency hotline in Ontario saying he was stuck in traffic and had to go the bathroom. Initially the caller can be heard asking the dispatcher for an ambulance in the 38-second clip, before he confirmed no, he actually needs the...
Brian Laundrie’s dad emerges to rip down protest sign from front yard
Brian Laundrie’s dad emerges to rip down protest sign from front yard Chris Laundrie was seen ripping down a yellow sign reading "What if this happened to Cassie?," from his North Port, Florida home. Protestors left the sign there in reference to Laundrie's daughter.
Bill Clinton expected to be released from hospital Sunday
Bill Clinton expected to be released from hospital Sunday Former President Bill Clinton is expected to be released from a California hospital Sunday after five days of treatment for a urological infection, a spokesman said.
Man who repeatedly broke into his old house shot dead by new homeowners
Man who repeatedly broke into his old house shot dead by new homeowners Lennin Elizalde, who broke into his former California home twice in two days, was shot and killed by the new owner.
Alex Murdaugh coordinated to sue himself with family of dead maid
Alex Murdaugh coordinated to sue himself with family of dead maid Alex Murdaugh plotted to sue himself with the family of longtime housekeeper Gloria Satterfield, who died under mysterious circumstances, but stiffed them when he got a huge insurance payout.
Biden: Policing As Hard as Ever, Vows Reform
Biden: Policing As Hard as Ever, Vows Reform President Joe Biden on Saturday vowed to move forward with policing reform, telling a gathering honoring slain officers that their profession is called on to do too much.
China reportedly tested nuclear-capable hypersonic missile in August
China reportedly tested nuclear-capable hypersonic missile in August China reportedly tested a nuclear-capable hypersonic missile in August that circled the globe before speeding towards its target.
Peter Navarro to Newsmax: Biden Brings '70s-Style 'Stagflation'
Peter Navarro to Newsmax: Biden Brings '70s-Style 'Stagflation' If it was just inflation affecting the United States, that would be "manageable," but instead a "stagflation" problem like the one that hit the nation in the 1970s is occurring under President Joe Biden, former White House trade adviser Peter Navarro told Newsmax on Saturday.
1 killed, 2 others injured in ‘ambush’ outside Houston nightclub
1 killed, 2 others injured in ‘ambush’ outside Houston nightclub Harris County Pct. 4 deputies pay their respects after three constable deputies were shot and being transported to the Harris County Institute of Forensic Sciences building, Saturday, Oct. 16, 2021, in Houston. (Marie D. De Jesús/Houston Chronicle via AP)
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UPDATED 4:12 PM PT – Saturday, October 16, 2021
A Houston deputy constable was killed and two others injured after a gunman opened fire in an apparent ambush outside of a nightclub in Texas.
According to authorities on Saturday, ...
China strengthens diplomatic ties with Iran, Russia
China strengthens diplomatic ties with Iran, Russia This photo taken on May 18, 2018 shows tugs guiding China’s first domestically manufactured aircraft carrier, known as “Type 001A”, as it returns to port in Dalian in China’s northeastern Liaoning province after its first sea trial. (AFP via Getty Images)
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UPDATED 4:40 PM PT – Saturday, October 16, 2021
China is gathering America’s strongest adversaries as it looks to strengthen its military and diplomatic ties.
On Friday, China’s top diplomats affirmed the country’s commitment to strengthen its ...
Rep. Mace: Republican Party needs an agenda
Rep. Mace: Republican Party needs an agenda CHARLESTON, S.C. – OCTOBER 31: Rep. Nancy Mace speaks to the crowd at an event with Sen. Lindsey Graham at the Charleston County Victory Office during Grahams campaign bus tour on October 31, 2020 in Charleston, South Carolina. (Photo by Michael Ciaglo/Getty Images
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UPDATED 4:55 PM PT – Saturday, October 16, 2021
A Republican representative has called on the GOP party to take action. According to Rep. Nancy Mace (R-S.C.), Republicans need to elect people that do what ...
Uyghur Jailbreak Sparks Division Between Taliban and China
Uyghur Jailbreak Sparks Division Between Taliban and China The Taliban's efforts to win the backing of China had a blow struck to their relations after a report from The Telegraph surfaced that dozens of imprisoned Uyghur militants escaped following the collapse of the former Afghan government.
COVID Killed Almost 5 Times More Cops Than Gunfire in 2021
COVID Killed Almost 5 Times More Cops Than Gunfire in 2021 COVID-19 killed almost five times as many police officers as gunfire in 2021.
British MP stabbing suspect identified, was known to counter-terrorism program: report
British MP stabbing suspect identified, was known to counter-terrorism program: report The suspect in Friday’s fatal stabbing of British Member of Parliament Sir David Amess was identified Saturday as 25-year-old Ali Harbi Ali.
Bill Clinton to Spend 1 More Night in California Hospital
Bill Clinton to Spend 1 More Night in California Hospital Bill Clinton will spend one more night at a Southern California hospital where he is recovering from an infection, a spokesman said Saturday."President Clinton has continued to make excellent progress over the past 24 hours," spokesman Angel Ureña said.
Reagan National Flights on Hold After Disabled Plane Blocks Runway
Reagan National Flights on Hold After Disabled Plane Blocks Runway Two of Reagan National Airport's three main runways were closed Saturday afternoon after an American Airlines flight coming in from Memphis reportedly blew out several of its tires upon landing. 
US Administers 407.4M Doses of COVID-19 Vaccines
US Administers 407.4M Doses of COVID-19 Vaccines The United States has administered 407,446,961 doses of COVID-19 vaccines as of Saturday morning and distributed 494,918,755 doses, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said.
Robert Durst on ventilator for COVID days after sentencing, says lawyer
Robert Durst on ventilator for COVID days after sentencing, says lawyer Robert Durst has been hospitalized with COVID-19 and is on a ventilator, according to reports.
Bill Clinton expected to leave hospital soon — Hillary, Chelsea visit
Bill Clinton expected to leave hospital soon — Hillary, Chelsea visit Hillary Clinton returned to the California hospital where former President Bill Clinton is recovering -- and expected to be released soon -- after battling a urological infection.
Lawyer: Robert Durst Hospitalized With COVID-19
Lawyer: Robert Durst Hospitalized With COVID-19 New York real estate heir Robert Durst, who days ago was sentenced in a two-decade-old murder case, has been hospitalized after contracting COVID-19, his lawyer said Saturday.
Ric Flair, Tom Glavine, Doug Flutie to Help Herschel Walker Fundraise
Ric Flair, Tom Glavine, Doug Flutie to Help Herschel Walker Fundraise Two-time WWE Hall of Famer Ric Flair, former NFL quarterback Doug Flutie, and Hall of Fame pitcher Tom Glavine have been announced as hosts for former President Donald Trump's fundraiser to get ex-NFL running back star Herschel Walker elected to the Senate.
Ghislaine Maxwell’s brother talks family in groundbreaking interview
Ghislaine Maxwell’s brother talks family in groundbreaking interview Ghislaine Maxwell has been held for more than a year at the Metropolitan Detention Center, awaiting trial on sex abuse and trafficking charges.
Rep. Hoyer: House may vote to remove debt limit threat this month
Rep. Hoyer: House may vote to remove debt limit threat this month House Majority Leader Steny Hoyer, D-MD, after leaving the House Chamber in Washington, D.C. on October 12, 2021. (Photo by MANDEL NGAN/AFP via Getty Images)
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UPDATED 1:30 PM PT – Saturday, October 16, 2021
Despite the debt limit being extended, Democrats are looking to hold a potential vote to prevent a long term debt limit threat.
On Saturday, House Majority Leader Steny Hoyer (D-Md.) said the House has been considering removing the debt limit threat as early as ...
Sen. Cassidy: House GOP vote for bipartisan infrastructure bill, take away leverage of progressive caucus
Sen. Cassidy: House GOP vote for bipartisan infrastructure bill, take away leverage of progressive caucus WASHINGTON, D.C. – OCTOBER 07: Sen. Bill Cassidy (R-La.) arrives to a luncheon with Senate Republicans at the U.S. Capitol Building on October 07, 2021 in Washington, D.C. (Photo by Anna Moneymaker/Getty Images)
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UPDATED 3:39 PM PT – Saturday, October 16, 2021
Louisiana Sen. Bill Cassidy (R) is urging more Republicans to support the bipartisan infrastructure bill.
During an interview on Friday, Cassidy said he was frustrated with House Republicans who have been split on the matter of ...
Renegade Marine who slammed Afghanistan exit learns his fate
Renegade Marine who slammed Afghanistan exit learns his fate The US Marine who posted videos on social media ripping the military for the Biden administration’s botched pullout from Afghanistan has been issued a letter of reprimand and ordered to forfeit $5,000 worth of pay over one month. Marine Lt. Col. Stuart Scheller pleaded guilty at his court-martial hearing Thursday to six misdemeanor-level charges — including willfully disobeying...
NASA launches Lucy to explore Jupiter, gives nod to Beatles
NASA launches Lucy to explore Jupiter, gives nod to Beatles NASA on Saturday launched a space probe named Lucy on a 12-year mission to explore Jupiter’s so-called Trojan asteroids and potentially find new clues of how the solar system was created.
Ex-NASA exec found guilty of murder
Ex-NASA exec found guilty of murder A former NASA executive was found guilty of first-degree murder in the shooting of his next-door neighbor by a Virginia jury, according to reports.
FDA delays Moderna vaccine for teens until heart condition studied: report
FDA delays Moderna vaccine for teens until heart condition studied: report The FDA is delaying its approval of Moderna COVID-19 vaccine for teens to study whether the shot could increase the risk of a rare inflammatory heart condition, per The Wall Street Journal.
British politician mourned as slaying prompts review of safety for lawmakers
British politician mourned as slaying prompts review of safety for lawmakers Leaders from across the political spectrum joined David Amess' constituents in praising the slain British politician as "a man of the people."
Illinois to Cut 2 GOP House Seats, Kinzinger
Illinois to Cut 2 GOP House Seats, Kinzinger Illinois Democrats have proposed a new set of gerrymandered congressional maps that would cut the number of Republican House seats from three to five, including eliminating the seat held by Rep. Adam Kinzinger, the GOP lawmaker who has spoken out against Donald Trump.

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