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DALLAS — A Texas woman faces a murder charge after authorities say she performed a “self-induced abortion.” Lizelle Herrera, 26, was arrested Thursday in Rio Grande City, near … more
KYIV, Ukraine — Dozens of civilians were killed Friday in a Russian missile strike on a train station packed with evacuees, according to Ukrainian officials, who warned that they expect to … more
LOS ANGELES — Nearly two weeks after Will Smith slapped Chris Rock at the Oscars over a joke about his wife, Jada Pinkett Smith, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences announced Friday … more
Japan will ban imports of Russian coal, Prime Minister Fumio Kishida said, in a bold policy shift that adds pressure on Moscow after the European Union announced its own embargo on the fuel. … more
WASHINGTON — A regional president of the right-wing Proud Boys group is pleading guilty to charges stemming from the insurrection at the U.S. Capitol, splitting with the organization’s … more
A new era in commercial space travel launched from Kennedy Space Center on Friday. The Axiom Space mission to send the first-ever all-civilian crew for a stay on the International Space Station … more
WASHINGTON — The Senate on Thursday confirmed Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson to the Supreme Court, promoting the appellate judge to a lifetime seat no Black woman has ever occupied. Jackson, … more
KYIV, Ukraine — As Ukraine braced for a redoubled Russian offensive in the east and unearthed fresh evidence of atrocities outside its capital of Kyiv, the United Nations General Assembly … more
WASHINGTON — The House on Thursday approved more than $40 billion in COVID-19 assistance for restaurant owners who tried but failed last year to receive help from the federal Restaurant … more
A fox that bit a California congressman and at least eight other people near the U.S. Capitol has tested positive for rabies and was euthanized, according to authorities. Washington's public … more
Applications for U.S. state unemployment insurance fell last week by more than forecast, showing that employers are retaining workers in an increasingly tight labor market. Initial unemployment … more
A federal judge issued a pair of landmark rulings barring the U.S. military from discharging soldiers who contract HIV and ordering the Pentagon to allow those who have the virus but no symptoms to … more
BOISE, Idaho — Far-right leader Ammon Bundy is heading to jail for 10 days. The Idaho gubernatorial candidate was found guilty of being in contempt of court Thursday after he refused to … more
KYIV, Ukraine — Russian forces Wednesday carried out punishing strikes against key Ukrainian cities, brushing aside mounting world outrage over the execution-style killings of civilians even as … more
AUSTIN, Texas — Texas will begin busing migrants to the steps of the U.S. Capitol and inspecting vehicles driven in from Mexico, Gov. Greg Abbott announced on Wednesday in what he called an … more
Travelers going to Cuba will be able to enter the country without showing proof of COVID-19 vaccinations or a negative PCR test, a sudden lifting of restrictions the government announced Wednesday … more
WASHINGTON — As consumers fume over skyrocketing prices for gasoline and other commodities, congressional Democrats on Wednesday called executives from big oil companies on the carpet to … more
WASHINGTON — Advocates and some lawmakers are hoping to add provisions for the uninsured to a Senate bill that would cap insulin copays for some insured patients — and to do so before the … more
AUSTIN, Texas — The Texas Secretary of State issued a report Wednesday indicating that nearly 25,000 mail-in ballots were rejected during the March 1 primary, sharply higher than rejections … more
SACRAMENTO, Calif. — Sacramento police said Wednesday that it appears at least five shooters fired guns during Sunday’s massacre in downtown, which killed six people and injured 12. … more
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