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Noose displayed near Missouri voting booths covered up amid complaints

Boris Johnson puts U.K. on coronavirus lockdown, 3 months after describing doing so as a "nuclear deterrent"

A rare "blue moon," October's second full moon, will light up the Halloween night sky

Megan Rapinoe and Sue Bird announce engagement

Accused teen told police "I shot two white kids" after allegedly killing two Kenosha protesters

Birx warns of "broad surge" across the country, as Trump claims U.S. is "rounding the turn"

Lori Loughlin begins two-month prison sentence in college admissions scandal

Police union used photo of Black toddler as "propaganda" after Philadelphia cops assaulted his mother, lawyer says

Woman in labor refused to go to hospital until she voted, poll worker says

NBA legend Shawn Kemp wants the cannabis industry to open up to "everybody"


ACT OF LOVE: This 99-year-old man walks six miles every single day -- no matter the weather -- to visit his wife in the hospital. And listening to him talk about her will renew your faith in love.

An investigation is underway after surveillance video captured bags of mail being dumped in a parking lot in the Los Angeles area

Every day, this elderly woman says "hello" to school kids as they pass by her house. When they found out their beloved neighbor was moving, hundreds of kids left school to give her one last "goodbye."

Aurora police chief shows the photos of three former officers smiling and reenacting a chokehold near the site of Elijah McClain's arrest

When she dropped to one knee to propose, her girlfriend didn't say yes -- she did something better.

Stranger stops to offer 20-year-old ride to work; days later, he returns with surprise that brings the man to tears

Barcelona's Liceu Opera House reopened its doors for the first time in over three months to hold a concert for an audience of nearly 2,300 house plants

“If I get corona, I get corona. At the end of the day, I'm not gonna let it stop me from partying”: Spring breakers are still flocking to Miami, despite coronavirus warnings.

WATCH: This gorilla named Louis likes to walk like a human -- especially when the ground is muddy, so he doesn't get his hands dirty, the Philadelphia Zoo says.

"I know that leaders aren't supposed to cry...But we are having a humanitarian crisis here," San Juan mayor tells