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ROCHESTER HILLS, Mich. — The attorney for accused Oxford High School shooter Ethan Crumbley told a judge Monday that the teen doesn't pose a danger to other children and asked that he be moved … more
The majority of Americans in a new poll disapprove of how President Joe Biden is handling rising prices in the U.S. The ABC News/Ipsos poll found 28% of respondents approve of how Biden is … more
LOS ANGELES — Fire officials are breathing easier as a Pacific storm system is poised to lower the curtain on Southern California’s wildfire season, weeks after a series of October storms … more
CHICAGO — The steps are simple: Mix a few grains of the drug sample with a ketchup cup’s worth of water, dip a tiny strip of paper and wait. Within minutes, the strip displays results: … more
MINNEAPOLIS — The manslaughter trial of former Brooklyn Center police officer Kimberly Potter resumed Monday with testimony from a medical examiner who detailed the fatal injuries to Daunte … more
MAYFIELD, Ky. — The power was still out at His House Ministries in Mayfield when Pastor Stephen Boykin addressed the nearly 100 people who’d gathered on Sunday morning. It was barely … more
Billionaire businessman Elon Musk is Time magazine’s 2021 Person of the Year. The rocket-building, “Saturday Night Live” hosting, hybrid car-making, stock market-bending … more
As expected, the long-running “Dr. Oz Show” will end in the wake of host Dr. Mehmet Oz’s announcement late last month that he’s running for U.S. Senate. The daily hourlong … more
WASHINGTON — Facing a choice between voting for a process that will help Democrats raise the debt limit or voting against a delay of across-the-board Medicare cuts, most Republicans chose the … more
WASHINGTON — Vice President Kamala Harris, eager to show progress on one of her most high-profile assignments, plans to announce on Monday $540 million in private investments in Central America … more
LOUIS — Enrique, a St. Louis Zoo southern rockhopper penguin who waddled his way to social media fame for a specially made pair of boots he wore to ease his arthritis, has died, zoo officials … more
NEW YORK — Attorneys for accused sex trafficker Ghislaine Maxwell, echoing prior high-profile sexual abuse cases, launched a legal offensive against prosecution witnesses before presenting … more
Annual vaccine booster shots are a possibility in America’s battle against the COVID-19 pandemic, the country’s top infectious disease expert said Sunday. Boosters provide the … more
Chris Wallace, the longtime Washington journalist, announced his departure from Fox News Channel at the end of his weekly program Sunday, and will head to CNN’s upcoming streaming … more
LEXINGTON, Ky. — Kentucky Gov. Andy Beshear said Sunday the number of people killed by a deadly series of tornadoes that tore through Western Kentucky Friday and Saturday is now above 80 and … more
CHICAGO — Jussie Smollett walked out of the Leighton Criminal Court Building on Thursday evening stone-faced, surrounded by family, followed by a swarm of reporters shouting questions and … more
A two-shot course of Pfizer Inc.’s vaccine has just 22.5% efficacy against symptomatic infection with the omicron variant but can thwart severe disease, according to laboratory experiments in … more
LEXINGTON, Ky. — A tornado that traveled through parts of Western Kentucky and left dozens dead late Friday night and early Saturday morning may have broken a 96-year-old record. According … more
Tornadoes ripped across several U.S. states late Friday, killing more than 70 people in Kentucky, at least two at a nursing home in Arkansas and an undetermined number at an warehouse that … more
WASHINGTON — A divided Supreme Court refused Friday to block a Texas law that has banned most abortions there, but opened the door narrowly for abortion providers to challenge it before a … more
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