Michigan powerlifter heroically lifts vehicle pinned on top of man after accident

A Michigan powerlifter was hailed as a hero last week after he helped a man who was pinned underneath a 2-ton SUV.Ryan Belcher, 29, was at the end of his workday Thursday when he heard a loud crash outside.

Former Trump lawyer and fixer Michael Cohen pleads guilty, makes a deal with Mueller

President Donald Trump's ex-lawyer Michael Cohen pleaded guilty Thursday to lying to Congress about a Trump real estate project in Russia.

The Trump Organization Planned To Give Vladimir Putin The $50 Million Penthouse In Trump...

President Donald Trump's company planned to give a $50 million penthouse at Trump Tower Moscow to Russian President Vladimir Putin as the company negotiated the luxury real estate development during the 2016 campaign, according to four people, one of them the originator of the plan.

Woman who recently outed Oprah’s Brazilian faith healer “John of God” for murdering teenage...

FAITH HEALER MYSTERY. Sabrina Bittencourt, 38, was reportedly 'living under protection' in Spain after receiving death threats.

No Bernie didn’t toss eggs at civil rights protesters, he was a protestor

A fake post on Facebook took an actual photograph of Sen. Bernie Sanders in the 1960s and invented a story about what the image showed to make it appear that he was racist.

The world is slowly turning against Crown Prince Mohammed Bin Salman even as Trump...

Less than two months later, the crown prince's image as a reformer has been flipped on its head amid global outcry over the killing.

House Democrats unveil their first bill in the majority: a sweeping anti-corruption proposal

House Democrats will unveil details of their first bill in the new Congress on Friday - a sweeping anti-corruption bill aimed at stamping out the influence of money in politics and expanding voting rights.

State of emergency is declared after more than 50 polar bears invade Russian town

An Arctic region of Russia has declared a state of emergency over a polar bear 'invasion' which has left people 'afraid to go outside'.

Trump approved oil surveys that could harm whales and dolphins

WASHINGTON - The Trump administration on Friday gave five companies initial permission to conduct surveys of oil and gas deposits beneath a vast region off the US East Coast using sound-wave blasts that conservationists say put whales and dolphins at risk.

Woman dies in public suicide at BYU, highlighting severe delays in access to counseling

A 19-year-old BYU student who attempted suicide Monday on the school's campus has died in a hospital.

Spongebob Squarepants Fans Create Petition to Get ‘Sweet Victory’ Sang at Super Bowl Halftime

Fans of the children's television show "SpongeBob SquarePants" are calling on Super Bowl organizers to have the song "Sweet Victory" sung during the game's halftime show.

SC sheriffs fly first class, bully employees and line their pockets with taxpayer money

Among the findings: some sheriffs spent public money on luxury accommodations, personal clothing and a host of other questionable purchases.

Ajit Pai admits Russia interfered in net neutrality process amidst lawsuit

Federal Communications Chairman Ajit Pai said it was a "Fact" that there was Russian interference in the public comments ahead of its controversial net neutrality vote last year, amid sparring between another commissioner about a lawsuit the agency is in the midst of.

42% of global coal power plants run at a loss, finds world-first study

LONDON, November 30 - Two-fifths of the world's coal power stations are already running at a loss, finds Carbon Tracker in a unique study released today which challenges the need for new coal generation and shows that it makes economic sense to close plants in line with the Paris Climate Agreement.

A new Democratic bill would block lawmakers from buying and selling individual stocks while...

Two leading Senate Democrats on Thursday introduced a bill intended to prevent members of Congress from trading stocks in industries tied to their legislative work.

Satanic statue installed at US statehouse

A satanic group has added its own statue to a series of displays in the government building of the US state of Illinois to mark the festive season.

Judge rules Mississippi county is liable for jailing woman 96 days without seeing a...

JACKSON, Miss. - There are two remaining questions left for a Mississippi woman who sued over being jailed 96 days without seeing a judge: Will the U.S. Supreme Court get involved, and if not, how much will she get paid?

Donald Trump Claims Everyone Knew About Secret Russian Deal No One Knew About

Asked to comment on his former lawyer's confession in federal court on Thursday that the Trump Organization had secretly negotiated with the Russian government during the 2016 presidential campaign, Donald Trump attempted to sell the American people an outrageous lie.