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WASHINGTON — Former Trump campaign manager Bill Stepien and former Attorney General Bill Barr recounted in video depositions with the House committee investigating the Jan. 6, 2021, Capitol … more
China is starting to re-impose COVID-19 restrictions just weeks after major easing in key cities, raising concern the country may once again employ strict lockdowns to control its … more
WASHINGTON —  The Supreme Court ruled Monday that immigrants being held for deportation have no right to seek their release on bond, regardless of how long they may be held. The … more
VIRGINIA BEACH, Va. — More than 40 feet up the tower at Fort Jackson, Army recruit Robert Smith missed setting his feet on the 4-by-4 plank from which he was to start rappelling … more
Arrest warrants have been issued for 46 members of the Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity at the University of New Hampshire after an alleged hazing at an event in April. Few details were released, … more
LOS ANGELES — The Biden administration wants countries along a dangerous migration route through South and Central America to help address the unprecedented flow of migrants at the southern … more
The Uvalde, Texas, school police chief claims he did not wait to act when gunfire erupted inside Robb Elementary School in his first extended interview since the mass school shooting last … more
U.S. inflation hit a fresh 40-year high in May, unexpectedly accelerating in a broad advance that pressures the Federal Reserve to extend an aggressive series of interest-rate hikes and adds to … more
A 19-year-old man climbing in Glacier National Park was found dead Tuesday. Winslow Nichols was climbing Mount Brown with a friend, but the two became separated, the National Park Service said … more
LOS ANGELES — One of the five Marines killed in a training flight crash Wednesday was the son of former Los Angeles Dodger player Steve Sax. In a public statement, Sax said that becoming a … more
Gasoline topped an average of $5 per gallon in the U.S. for the first time, signaling the latest pain point for American consumers and President Joe Biden’s efforts to curb inflation. Demand … more
WASHINGTON — The House voted Thursday to allow confiscation of guns from individuals deemed an “extreme risk,” the morning after agreeing to ban teens from buying semi-automatic … more
LYSYCHANSK, Ukraine — The fate of Ukraine’s entire Donbas region hinges on the strategic city of Severodonetsk, President Volodymyr Zelenskyy warned overnight, as he called on defenders … more
Applications for US state unemployment insurance rose by the most in nearly a year during the week that included the Memorial Day holiday.  Initial unemployment claims climbed broadly across … more
WASHINGTON — The Jan. 6 hearings that start Thursday night give the House committee a chance to not only reveal what it uncovered in months of investigation but also build support for laws … more
LOS ANGELES — All five U.S. Marines aboard a military aircraft that crashed Wednesday afternoon in Imperial County were killed, officials said. The U.S. Marine Corps MV-22B Osprey crashed … more
WASHINGTON — The House Armed Services Military Personnel Subcommittee’s portion of the fiscal 2023 National Defense Authorization Act would raise military pay by 4.6% and support a … more
DETROIT — Alleging the FBI mishandled its investigation into sexual abuse allegations against Michigan State University sports doctor Larry Nassar, some of gymnastics’ biggest names have … more
Since late February, Americans who have gotten a booster shot appear to be testing positive for COVID-19 more often than those vaccinated without the extra shot, according to Centers for Disease … more
House Democrats plan to press forward on voting, starting Wednesday, on a series of gun control proposals, most of which appear to have slim chance to become law amid Republican opposition in the … more
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