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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
ATLANTA — A 5-year-old girl was shot and killed when a gun discharged at a South Fulton apartment complex Thursday night. Detectives from the South Fulton Police Department are now … more
MIAMI — A stowaway passenger hid in the landing gear of an American Airlines flight for more than two hours as it traveled from Guatemala to Miami Saturday morning. The 26-year-old man was … more
WASHINGTON — Americans will see prices at the pump fall “before long,” President Joe Biden said after tapping U.S. oil reserves to ease price pressures and risk a feud with … more
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy said he had information that the country’s richest man was being dragged into an alleged Russian-backed coup planned for next month, but he dismissed the … more
KANSAS CITY, Mo. — A GoFundMe fundraiser to benefit Kevin Strickland grew to more than $900,000 two days after he was exonerated in a 1978 triple murder that he has always said he did not … more
Canada has become the first nation worldwide to give full approval to Johnson & Johnson’s single-dose coronavirus vaccine. The New Jersey-based pharmaceutical company on Wednesday … more
LOS ANGELES — An oil sheen spotted off Huntington Beach last weekend served as a potent reminder of how long it will take Southern California to untangle the legal, regulatory and environmental … more
More scientific data is needed about the new coronavirus variant that’s roiling global markets before the U.S. can determine whether to halt flights from southern African countries, Anthony … more
The Moderna Inc. and Russian Sputnik V COVID-19 vaccines both edged the version from Pfizer Inc. and BioNTech SE in effectiveness in a large-scale study of five different immunization shots conducted … more
The lawyer for Gabby Petito’s family suggested there may soon be charges filed against “additional individuals” after authorities confirmed Brian Laundrie, her fiancé and the … more
A GoFundMe page aimed at raising $5 million bail for the Wisconsin man accused of plowing his SUV through a Christmas parade in Waukesha has been pulled from the platform. Darrell Brooks Jr. was … more
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