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BOISE, Idaho — On any given day, the atmosphere at Idaho abortion clinics is tense. Whether it’s protesters yelling outside the building or clinic staff comforting patients through … more
LAS VEGAS — The last bet Lou Remillard placed was a $2,000 online sports wager on a Major League Baseball game. The 46-year-old Las Vegas restaurateur was drunk and broken at the time and said … more
LOS ANGELES — The sea is calm tonight. The breeze is light. An easy swell rolls beneath the Delta Teresa, a tugboat idling at the entrance to Long Beach Harbor. In the darkness where sky and … more
Senate Democrats begin the new year Monday seeking a path forward on President Joe Biden’s stalled domestic economic agenda, hoping to pass a slimmed-down version before midterm election … more
BOISE, Idaho — The Idaho Supreme Court soon will consider whether the state’s redistricting committee, which faces several lawsuits after it approved new legislative and congressional … more
Sudan’s bid to escape decades of dictatorship was thrown deeper into turmoil after the prime minister resigned, leaving the army in near-sole charge of the impoverished nation that some hoped … more
NEW YORK — Joseph Leone Jr. visited his father on Staten Island over the holidays to try and help him recover from a fall and a chronic drinking problem — and his dad repaid the … more
The Biden administration wants to keep children in school, Education Secretary Miguel Cardona said on Sunday, adding that “they’ve suffered enough” in the pandemic. Cardona … more
AT&T Inc. and Verizon Communications Inc. rejected a U.S. request to delay this week’s launch of a new variation of 5G mobile service that airlines said might interfere with aircraft … more
LOS ANGELES — A documentary intended to celebrate Betty White’s 100th birthday is still coming soon to theaters, even though the beloved actor died at age 99 on New Year’s … more
LOS ANGELES — Grant Butterfield was watching the movie "Elf" at a dinner party on Christmas Eve when his brother's name flashed across his cellphone. Butterfield figured he was calling to … more
If more Americans get vaccinated and boosted, the U.S. just might return to a semblance of normalcy by February or March, the country’s top infectious disease expert said on … more
ATLANTA — Twitter has permanently suspended one of U.S. Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene’s accounts, saying she’s posted misinformation about COVID-19. “We permanently suspended … more
You’ve probably seen the famous footage of Bigfoot — that grainy film from 1967 showing an apelike creature ambling through the California woods, casting a brief, leisurely glance at the … more
It’s never a bad time to be a billionaire, but this is an especially good time to have a 10-figure bank statement. The 10 richest people in the world added $402 billion to their already … more
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. — Three people are missing and feared dead in the wake of the Marshall fire, the Boulder County sheriff said Saturday, and nearly 1,000 structures have been destroyed, … more
NEW YORK — A heroic Brooklyn nanny struck by a truck as she pushed a 1-year-old boy she was caring for to safety has died of her injuries, relatives and the child’s family said … more
NEW YORK — Federal prosecutors dropped all charges against a pair of Manhattan federal corrections officers accused of sleeping on the job when sexual predator Jeffrey Epstein committed suicide … more
Betty White, perhaps the most beloved actress and personality of her and several other generations, died Friday, New Year's Eve, 17 days short of what would have been her 100th birthday — a … more
The truck driver sentenced to 110 years in prison for a fiery, fatal crash in Colorado had his jail time cut by a century Thursday by Colorado’s governor. Gov. Jared Polis granted the … more
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