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Republican lawmakers celebrate birthday with a Winnie-the-Pooh cake and a not-so-subtle message for Chinese President Xi Jinping
"You can trust his visage to contribute to colorful and delicious frosting," Rep. Mike Gallagher said in a message to Insider.
Local journalist Alison Parker was shot and killed on live television. Years later, graphic videos of her death still plague YouTube.
Local journalist Alison Parker was shot and killed on live television in 2015. Years later, graphic videos of her death still remain on YouTube.
While the world focuses on the coronavirus, people in China with other illnesses may pay a price long after the outbreak ends
"People with preexisting conditions, they're the ones who may suffer," Tolbert Nyenswah, a senior researcher at Johns Hopkins University, said.
A couple under quarantine in Wuhan describe what it is like to be trapped in their home for more than 3 weeks
The only contact with the outside world is via the internet, they told Business Insider, which is how they found out three friends died from the virus.
A US Army drill sergeant is suspended after a profanity-laced shoving match with a recruit in Georgia
Video shows a US Army drill sergeant hitting a recruit after he used profanity. Now the drill sergeant is suspended.
‘I would trust Alex with my life’: Trump’s decision to boot Lt. Col. Vindman was ‘designed to humiliate,’ his former Arm...
"We worked in a pressure-cooker environment in Moscow where you have to trust everybody," Lt. Col. Alex Vindman's former commander told Insider.
Here’s the Purple Heart award for Alexander Vindman, who was kicked out of the White House after testifying in Trump’s impeachment inquiry...
Alexander Vindman received a Purple Heart after he was injured in an improvised-explosive-device attack.
A renegade Air Force base is ‘liking’ Trump’s 2020 campaign tweets that disparage Bernie Sanders and Democrats
The Twitter account for the military base "liked" tweets from Trump's 2020 campaign, including messages that disparaged Democrats.
One of the most highly-decorated retired US Army generals likened Republicans and Democrats to a ‘Trump cult’ and a ‘clown car’...
Retired US Army Gen. McCaffrey had harsh words for both political parties after Trump's 2020 State of the Union address on Tuesday.
Nancy Pelosi broke tradition when introducing Trump at the State of the Union, leaving out the words ‘honor’ and ‘privilege’
Previous House speakers have introduced the sitting commander in chief by saying they had the "high privilege and distinct honor" of doing so.