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United Airlines under fire after passenger dragged from plane; officer put on leave

United Airlines under fire after passenger dragged from plane; officer put on leave

United Airlines sparked outrage on Monday for the treatment of a passenger who was physically dragged off a plane the airline had overbooked, and one of the security officers involved in the incident was placed on leave pending an investigation.

Mother's heartfelt reaction as soldier son surprises her at work after months away from home - Watch

Mother's heartfelt reaction as soldier son surprises her at work after months away from home - Watch

26-year old United States Army soldier Larry Sterns came home a month early and surprised his mom. 

Is there life after death! Biker just proves it right, captures soul of dead - Read

Is there life after death! Biker just proves it right, captures soul of dead - Read

How much of it is true we do not know, but it's up to you to find out from the photo. 

Muhammad Ali: Thousands bid farewell to 'The Greatest' boxer

Muhammad Ali: Thousands bid farewell to 'The Greatest' boxer

The three-time heavyweight world champion died after a decades-long battle with Parkinson`s disease.

Fighter to the end: Muhammad Ali's heart 'wouldn't stop beating for 30 minutes'

Fighter to the end: Muhammad Ali's heart 'wouldn't stop beating for 30 minutes'

The 74-year-old Ali — known as “The Greatest” — passed away on late Friday at an Arizona hospital due to respiratory problems.

Barack Obama leads tributes for Muhammad Ali, `The Greatest`

Barack Obama leads tributes for Muhammad Ali, `The Greatest`

Ali, the three-time world heavyweight champion and colorful civil rights activist whose fame transcended the world of sports and made him an iconic figure of the 20th century, died Friday at age 74 after a long battle with Parkinson`s disease. 

Clinton claims Kentucky, Sanders takes Oregon in Democratic duel

Clinton claims Kentucky, Sanders takes Oregon in Democratic duel

Hillary Clinton claimed a narrow victory in Kentucky Tuesday as she sought to put away Bernie Sanders, but her resilient rival for the Democratic presidential nomination bounced back to snatch a win in Oregon.

Two additional US citizens confirmed killed in Brussels attack

Two additional US citizens confirmed killed in Brussels attack

Two more US citizens have been confirmed killed in last week`s Brussels suicide bombings, a State Department official said on Sunday, bringing the death toll for Americans to four.

Black woman humiliated at Donald Trump's rally: Watch

Black woman humiliated at Donald Trump's rally: Watch

A Donald Trump rally in Kentucky was disrupted on Tuesday when the Republican presidential candidate's supporters humiliated a black woman.

Seven out of eight Indian-American candidates win in Lexington elections

Seven out of eight Indian-American candidates, who ran for local elections in Lexington city in the US state of Kentucky on Tuesday, have won.

Death toll from US snow storm rises to 19: Officials

Death toll from US snow storm rises to 19: Officials

The storm -- dubbed Snowzilla -- clobbered a large swath of the eastern US, dumping near-record amounts of snow on Washington, New York and other major cities.

Pope met secretly in US with anti-gay marriage county clerk

Pope Francis met secretly while in the United States with a Kentucky county clerk who defied a court order to issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples, a media report said on Wednesday, citing her lawyer.

Kentucky clerk won't block, or authorize, gay marriage licenses

The county clerk from Kentucky jailed after refusing to issue marriage licenses to gay couples said Monday on her return to work she will not block her deputies from issuing them but will not authorize them, as one couple celebrated their marriage.