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COLUMBIA, S.C. — At least three students were shot Wednesday in a drive-by shooting outside Orangeburg-Wilkinson High School, according to the school. The injured students are in stable … more
WASHINGTON — The Environmental Protection Agency on Wednesday announced it will ban the use of the pesticide chlorpyrifos on all food in response to an appellate court ruling. The pesticide has … more
LOS ANGELES – With more than a million acres burned fairly early in the fire season, California is entering uncharted territory as the record dry conditions that have fueled so much destruction … more
President Joe Biden said the Taliban are in the midst of an “existential crisis” about their role on the international stage but that he didn’t believe the group had fundamentally … more
Applications for U.S. state unemployment benefits dropped for a fourth consecutive week, a trend that suggests labor market conditions are improving as the economy recovers. Initial unemployment … more
WASHINGTON — The Biden administration announced Wednesday it was recommending people who have been fully inoculated against COVID-19 receive a booster shot of vaccine to better protect the … more
L'ASILE, Haiti – Even the graveyards weren’t spared. To see the destruction of Haiti’s powerful 7.2 magnitude earthquake, one just has to drive the rocky, rural stretch of road … more
WASHINGTON — Both Democrats and Republicans are united in viewing China as the United States’ No. 1 long-term strategic threat. In a time of deep political polarization, the two … more
NEW YORK – In the years leading up to his last trial, R&B superstar R. Kelly toured nationally and sold countless records. The day of the verdict in 2008, he bowed his head, praised Jesus, … more
President Joe Biden’s rapid pullout from Afghanistan has left thousands of Afghans who worked as translators and guides for the U.S. military in a desperate race to escape the country to avoid … more
John Bolton, the former national security adviser, said the U.S. withdrawal from Afghanistan is a big mistake — and there’s no difference between the policies of President Joe Biden and … more
KABUL, Afghanistan — Seeking to reassure a frightened Afghan public and woo foreign governments whose aid money has long kept the country afloat, the Taliban movement pledged Tuesday to restore … more
Hundreds of Afghan civilians surrounded an Air Force C-17 aircraft Monday during chaotic evacuations at the international airport in Afghanistan's capitol, according to an Air Force statement … more
On the eve of the U.S. invasion in 2001, a top Taliban diplomat issued a warning: “Afghanistan is a swamp. People enter here laughing, are exiting injured.” The U.S., which soon … more
WASHINGTON — President Joe Biden, facing the biggest political crisis of his term, defended the chaotic withdrawal of U.S. forces from Afghanistan amid the rapid collapse of the country’s … more
WASHINGTON — President Joe Biden will return from Camp David to address the chaotic withdrawal from Afghanistan in remarks from the White House on Monday afternoon. The decision to cut short … more
NEW YORK — A Queens supporter of the Proud Boys pleaded guilty Monday to posting on social media threats against U.S. Sen. Raphael Warnock. Eduard Florea, 41, made the threat one day before … more
PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti – Steeped in multiple crises at once, Haiti may not reconstitute a government as soon as previously thought after a powerful earthquake rattled the country’s … more
The U.S. has opened a formal investigation of Tesla Inc.’s Autopilot system, citing collisions with parked emergency vehicles, according to documents posted Monday on the National Highway … more
WASHINGTON – Seven weeks before an important wildfire monitoring program is slated to lose access to Pentagon satellite data, 31 Democrats from California on Monday demanded the Defense … more
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