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WASHINGTON — President Joe Biden and first lady Jill Biden reported $610,702 in income in 2021 and paid $183,925 in federal and state income taxes, according to their annual tax return released … more
WASHINGTON — President Joe Biden’s administration is dramatically curtailing U.S. public land available for new oil and gas development as it restarts leasing with new environmental … more
DNIPRO, Ukraine — As Russia sharply rejected President Joe Biden’s description of its wartime acts as “genocide,” Moscow on Wednesday asserted it had captured more than 1,000 … more
Prices paid to U.S. producers jumped in March from a year ago by the most in records back to 2010, topping all estimates and underscoring persistent early stage inflationary pressures that risk … more
WASHINGTON — The Biden administration on Wednesday renewed the COVID-19 public health emergency, just ahead of its April 16 expiration date, providing an extension of pandemic policies and … more
NEW YORK — A 23-year-old woman sitting in a car in the Bronx was shot dead Tuesday night — the latest innocent bystander in the city killed by gun violence. The murder of Sally Ntim … more
BALTIMORE — The deaths of three Baltimore firefighters in a January blaze have been classified as homicides, police said, after investigators determined the fire was “incendiary.” … more
LOS ANGELES — In the mosquito breeding rooms of British biotech company Oxitec, scientists line up fresh eggs, each the size of a grain of salt. Using microscopic needles, the white-coated … more
U.S. consumer prices rose in March by the most since late 1981, bolstering expectations that the Federal Reserve will raise interest rates by half a point next month. The consumer price index … more
MYKOLAIV, Ukraine — With Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy telling compatriots to brace for a fateful week, Western military officials warned Monday that Russian forces will likely resort … more
WASHINGTON — President Joe Biden announced the finalization of new federal rules restricting so-called “ghost guns” that allow purchasers to assemble potentially untraceable weapons … more
PHILADELPHIA — Indoor masking will be required in Philadelphia again next week, the city health department announced Monday. The mandate announced Monday won’t go into effect until … more
Pacific Gas & Electric Co. will avoid criminal charges for two wildfires started by its equipment under settlements announced Monday by district attorneys of six Northern California counties. … more
ATLANTA — Hartsfield-Jackson International is again the world's busiest airport, reclaiming the title Atlanta lost when traffic plummeted during the pandemic. The Atlanta airport reported … more
KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Nine new lawsuits have been filed alleging abuse at a southwest Missouri boarding school where five staffers are facing criminal charges for assaulting students. The … more
COLUMBIA, S.C. — At least eight tornadoes struck South Carolina on Tuesday last week, approaching the state's yearly average in a single day. The National Weather Service of Columbia … more
MYKOLAIV, Ukraine — The Ukrainian military stiffened defenses Sunday against Russian assaults in the east and south as civilians continued to flee the country in vast numbers and the … more
Americans need to make their own medical risk assessments as COVID-19 cases accelerate in the United States, President Joe Biden’s chief medical adviser said, reflecting a less virulent virus … more
The rise of COVID cases in some regions of the U.S., just as testing efforts wane, has raised the specter that the next major wave of the virus may be difficult to detect. In fact, the country could … more
The murder charge over a “self-induced abortion” has been dropped against a 26-year-old Texas woman. District Attorney Gocha Allen Ramirez announced Sunday that she is dropping the … more
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