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New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady's stolen Super Bowl jerseys have been returned to the team, the FBI said Thursday. NBC News reports. » Read More
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A car with French license plates drove at high speed through a busy shopping street forcing pedestrians to jump out of the way.
In a Times interview published Thursday President Donald Trump stuck by his unsubstantiated claims saying that it didn't hurt his credibility.
Prosecutors are building cases that would accuse North Korea of directing the theft of $81 million from Bangladesh Bank's account at the Federal Reserve Bank of New York.
Britain's MI5 domestic intelligence agency had warned that a terrorist attack was "highly likely" in the country since 2014.
The lawyer of a Russian whistleblower's family, Nikolai Gorokhov, was seriously injured under what some are calling suspicious circumstances.
Amazon.com is expanding a program to remove counterfeit goods from its website.
A Hollywood veteran said Disney copied his "themes, settings, plot, characters, and dialogue — some virtually verbatim" from pitch he made.
French Interior Minister Bruno Le Roux resigned, admitting that he had hired his daughters to do parliamentary work during their summer vacations.
The charges would stem from a lengthy investigation into gifts District Attorney Seth Williams allegedly failed to report.
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A former executive of a tabloid newspaper in Mexico City allegedly swiped two of Tom Brady's game-worn New England Patriots Super Bowl jerseys.
Indonesian police said on Tuesday Interpol has issued red notices for three Chinese executives suspected of fraud.
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The Secret Service also is investigating agents assigned to protect President Donald Trump's grandson for allegedly taking selfies with him.
Wells Fargo's board will likely take further action on the bank's former head of the community bank.
Rhetoric from 'scare campaigns' or the war on drugs could have extreme consequences, NBC News reports.
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