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OXFORD, Mich. — After Oakland County Sheriff Mike Bouchard reviewed videos of the Oxford High School shooting, he described on Wednesday the crime scene as brutal and cold-hearted. Shell … more
WASHINGTON — The Supreme Court's new conservative majority will weigh in for the first time Wednesday on the future of abortion rights — hearing arguments that could determine whether it … more
ANCHORAGE, Alaska — Richard Ragle looked at the island as the boat pulled up. He’d studied historical photographs of Great Sitkin Island for years, but it wasn’t exactly what he … more
MIAMI — A blissfully quiet final few weeks in the Atlantic Basin marked the end of another record-breaking storm season that once again left South Florida unscathed. The rest of the country … more
ATLANTA — In April, dozens of federal agents swarmed Wayne Hawkins’ rural Carroll County home armed with a warrant to seize assets, shut down his business and gather evidence of something … more
The Biden administration is looking for communities willing to serve as temporary homes for tens of thousands of metric tons of nuclear waste currently stranded at power plants around the … more
NEW YORK — CNN has suspended Chris Cuomo “indefinitely” after reviewing the host’s testimony in the investigation of sexual harassment allegations against his brother, former … more
NEW YORK — Testifying Tuesday, Jeffrey Epstein’s longtime private pilot Lawrence "Larry" Visoski listed a litany of famous men he recognized on Epstein’s planes in the nearly 20 … more
Germany’s incoming chancellor threw his support behind mandatory COVID-19 vaccinations as European leaders take a tougher line in a bid to check a brutal surge in infections. During a video … more
DETROIT — A 15-year-old sophomore is accused of a shooting at Oxford High School with a semi-automatic handgun Tuesday afternoon, killing three students and injuring six others, including a … more
LOUIS — A neighbor caught a 3-year-old girl tossed by her mother from a second-floor window Monday morning as flames spread inside an apartment building in the Wells-Goodfellow … more
DETROIT — Two former political rivals are gearing up to begin collecting signatures for an initiative that could make their vision of deciding presidential elections by the popular vote rather … more
Even the dictionary knows you’ve been “doing your own research.” After a year of normalizing phrases like “shots in arms” and “COVID toe,” Merriam-Webster … more
LOS ANGELES — In 2018, Matthew Strugar received a postcard from a whale. The card came out of an old SeaWorld tourist pack, the kind with glossy pictures of animals doing tricks, purchased … more
CHICAGO — It’s not unusual for people to cry on the phone when they talk with contact tracers. Often, people vent to them about their fears, such as missing work because of a COVID-19 … more
NEW YORK — The first woman to say she was assaulted by Jeffrey Epstein is bracing for a moment she’s long dreaded: the trial of Ghislaine Maxwell. Opening arguments begin Monday in the … more
The World Health Organization is urging caution after two South African health experts, including the doctor who first sounded the alarm about the omicron variant, indicated that symptoms linked to … more
CHICAGO — Thirty-three months, one mayor and two police superintendents ago, before Chicago joined a nationwide reckoning on race and suffered through a deadly pandemic, the city’s … more
WASHINGTON — Former advisers to President Joe Biden said travel restrictions will do little to stop the spread of new COVID-19 variants, and the U.S. and other nations would be better off … more
The omicron variant, a new strain of COVID-19 triggering panic worldwide, could already be in the United States. Dr. Anthony Fauci, the director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious … more
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