The arrests in Manchester and Birmingham come as an audio recording was published reportedly of gunman Malik Faisal Akram's final call with his brother.
UK intelligence services investigated Malik Faisal Akram in 2020 but concluded he didn't pose a threat, allowing him to travel to the US and buy a gun.
President Joe Biden suggested lax U.S. gun laws played a part.
The woman had been sleeping outside a strip mall in Austin when a security guard called the cops, according to a lawsuit.
How one 18-year-old’s decision to turn his father in to the FBI tore his family apart.
One of the state’s largest school districts removed 400 books—mostly about race, gender, and sexuality—off its shelves just in case they are “vulgar.”
“Forget Tide Pods,” the American Library Association recently wrote. “The latest dangerous fad sweeping the nation is book challenges.”
Ezra Blount became the youngest victim from the festival crush, after suffering “trauma to nearly all organs.”
“If we are going to have one nation under God, which we must, we have to have one religion,” Flynn told a QAnon conference over the weekend.
To understand how abortion rights in the United States got to this point, you have to turn the clock back to 2010.