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Authorities have arrested a woman they call the ‘Pink Lady Bandit’ in connection with 4 bank robberies across the East Coast in 6 days
Authorities have arrested Circe Baez, 35, accusing her of robbing four banks in six days, occasionally while carrying a "distinctive" pink handbag.
Dominican Republic police are questioning a Delaware woman’s story about being brutally attacked at a resort
Tammy Lawrence-Daley claimed she was brutally attacked at the all-inclusive Majestic Elegance resort in Punta Cana.
There are states outside of California and New York that attract major tech companies because of their innovative ways.
Dismissing Bernie Sanders as a communist shows your ‘profound ignorance,’ says one of the most influential behind-the-scenes figures in Am...
Delaware Supreme Court chief justice Leo E. Strine, Jr., says Americans need to rethink social democracy if they want to improve the economy.
Elon Musk may raise nearly $1.3 billion for SpaceX before 2018 is over. He’ll likely spend that money on 2 epic projects.
Elon Musk's SpaceX wants to blanket the world in internet with Starlink, build a rocket ship for Mars, and develop an ultra-fast transport system.
Law-enforcement officials are looking into suspicious packages sent to former Vice President Joe Biden and California Rep. Maxine Waters. The packages were similar to the ones found at the homes of other high-profile Democratic leaders Wednesday that contained explosive devices.
On a summer Thursday, with temperatures hovering in the 90s, more people voted in Delaware's primary elections than ever before in the state's history.
Delaware will be the first state to cash in on the Supreme Court's recent ruling that gave states the right to allow sports betting and will be open to bettors starting on June 5, with many other states expected to follow suit by the time football season comes around.
Earthquakes do happen on the East Coast — but they're typically much weaker than their West Coast counterparts.
The request seemed to be "designed only to intimidate voters and to indulge President Trump's fantasy that he won the popular vote," one official said.