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School shooter who targeted 'transphobic' classmates sentenced to life in prison

"So what you do the rest of your life in prison, that's not on me. It's on you," the judge told Erickson.

REVEALED: Designer of AOC's 'Tax the Rich' dress owes tax debt in multiple states

It appears that what the fashion designer called a "powerful message" to the public is not one she's very keen on practicing in her personal life.

Gabby Petito's family says fiance is 'not missing, he is hiding'

Laundrie and Petito, 22, left in July on a cross-country trek in a converted van to visit national parks across the western states. Laundrie has been identified as a person of interest in the "multiple missing person" case.

Capitol Police reportedly detain undercover cop at rally for Jan. 6 'political prisoners'

"Are you undercover?" the Capitol Police officers asked the masked man about to be detained who handed over what appeared to be a law enforcement badge, according to footage captured by documentarian Ford Fischer.

Rep. Darrell Issa coordinates successful rescue of stranded pregnant US citizen from Afghanistan

A pregnant US citizen and resident of California, known to the public only by her first name of Nasria, has managed to leave Afghanistan and is on her way back to the US as of Friday.

Bill de Blasio cares more about image than achieving platform aims: Report

The Mayor’s Management Report revealed the city is unsafe due to police cuts and failure to enforce laws. School enrollment continued to drop amid efforts to scrap advanced classes for gifted children.

NFL receiver Cole Beasley gives unvaccinated fan free tickets to away game

Hauquitz says Beasley is working on getting him tickets to the October 10 game in Kansas City. Beasley previously said it is his "personal choice" not to get the COVID-19 vaccine.

'No disciplinary action expected' after US drone strike that killed children, innocent civilians: source

It's reported that no disciplinary action is expected over a grave error made by the US military after a drone strike in Afghanistan killed 10 civilians, seven of them being children.

Biden's Sec of State deletes tweet criticizing China and vowing to 'stand with the people of Hong Kong'

A spokesperson for the State Department later called Blinken's first tweet an "error."

WATCH: A 'mass' of illegal migrants stream across Rio Grande completely unchecked

Incredible video just released on Saturday shows hundreds of people at a time slowly wading across the Rio Grande from the Mexican side to the US side of the river, with no authorities whatsoever in sight.

NYC restaurant hostess attacked after asking tourists for proof of vaccination

The restaurant hostess had to be taken to the hospital after the attack and the three Texas tourists have since been charged with misdemeanor assault and criminal mischief.

Small business group plans to sue Biden admin over 'unconstitutional' vaccine mandate

"President Biden's vaccine mandate on small businesses is unconstitutional and a dramatic overreach of federal authority."

New York Gov. Hochul orders immediate release of 191 inmates from Rikers Island

"It doesn't make us any safer," Hochul said during a press conference Friday. "These people weren't a danger in the first place."

Biden slammed in song about botched Afghanistan withdrawal

"Hey Joe, where you going? Why you moving so slow? They'll prop you up for the TV screen, but forget your job. What flavor ice cream is that?"

FLASHBACK: Gen. Milley called US drone strike that killed children, civilians 'righteous'

"At this point, we think that the procedures were correctly followed and it was a righteous strike," Milley had first said of the Aug. 29 drone strike in Afghanistan.