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The European Union is discussing sanctioning some of Russia’s wealthiest tycoons as well as top officials in state companies and media in a further ratcheting up of its penalties for … more
LOS ANGELES — The State Bar of California is investigating a possible data breach after learning that a website published confidential information about 260,000 attorney discipline cases in … more
     Russians lined up at cash machines around the country to withdraw foreign currency as new sanctions to punish the Kremlin for its invasion of Ukraine sparked fear the ruble … more
WASHINGTON — Russian President Vladimir Putin’s brazen and unprovoked assault on Ukraine is fast turning his fears of a more resolute Europe, and potentially expanded NATO alliance, into … more
ORLANDO, Fla. — As the Conservative Political Action Committee conference wrapped up Sunday in Orlando, a straw poll revealed former President Donald Trump retained strong support among … more
WASHINGTON — Temporary fencing is being reinstalled around the U.S. Capitol as federal security officials brace for protesting truckers to reach the Washington area, possibly to coincide with … more
The United States will cut off Russia and “isolate” the country on the world stage, the U.S. ambassador to the United Nations vowed Sunday. “We can isolate them in the United … more
Russia’s plans for Ukraine face rapidly rising costs due to delays caused by tougher-than-expected resistance from forces on the ground, even as its military retains overwhelming … more
KHARKIV, Ukraine — As Russian troops closed in on the Ukrainian capital of Kyiv on Friday in Europe’s largest ground conflict since World War II, leaders of the besieged nation urged … more
WASHINGTON — President Joe Biden has selected Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson to fill a Supreme Court vacancy, a history-making choice that would make her the first Black woman to ascend to the … more
WASHINGTON — The House Oversight and Reform Committee is scaling up its investigation into what its chairwoman says could be “the largest-scale violations of the Presidential Records Act … more
WASHINGTON — Federal officials on Friday announced nearly $300 million in new grant money meant to expand access to high-speed internet, part of a larger ongoing effort from the federal … more
CHICAGO — A Maine teenager allegedly found with several shrapnel-packed explosives in his home had been plotting online to travel to Chicago and commit “mass murder” at area places … more
SAN DIEGO — Five people were arrested Friday morning in connection with last month's shooting death of Tijuana photojournalist Margarito Martínez Esquivel, according to Mexico's top … more
KHARKIV, Ukraine — Russia pressed ahead with its assault on neighboring Ukraine on Thursday, with explosions resounding in cities across the country, airstrikes crippling its defenses and … more
Europe is bracing for what could be an exodus of more than a million refugees after Russia launched a full-scale attack on Ukraine, as officials say any initial strain will be borne by member states … more
Florida’s controversial bill that would ban abortion after 15 weeks of pregnancy will affect women well beyond the state’s borders. Patients come to Florida from the Caribbean Islands … more
A would-be robber took a fiery approach this week when he combined seemingly innocent store products to make an improvised flame thrower, according to the Lenior Police Department in North … more
LOS ANGELES — Nearly two-thirds of California voters, including a majority of parents, support mask and vaccine mandates in K-12 schools, according to a poll conducted this month by the … more
Ukrainian authorities moved toward declaring a nationwide state of emergency after Russian President Vladimir Putin recognized two breakaway territories, ratcheting up tensions with Kyiv and sparking … more
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