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Facebook has issued an apology after its artificial intelligence technology mislabeled a video featuring Black men in altercations with white police officers and civilians as “about … more
COLUMBIA, S.C. — Hampton lawyer Alex Murdaugh, whose wife and younger son were shot to death in June, was shot Saturday afternoon on a rural road in Hampton County. Murdaugh, 53, was shot in … more
BOISE, Idaho — Idaho added more than 7,500 COVID-19 cases the week of Aug. 30, the highest weekly tally since early December, as the effects of the surging virus continue to be felt throughout … more
Wealthy countries face mounting pressure to divert COVID-19 vaccine supplies to lower-income regions, with a new analysis showing they’ll likely have about 1.2 billion extra doses available by … more
SAN DIEGO — Five sailors who went missing after their helicopter crashed on the flight deck of the aircraft carrier Abraham Lincoln and fell into the sea are presumed dead, the Navy said … more
PHILADELPHIA — Ashley Thomas thought she'd be spending Wednesday evening happily preparing for the first day of school at her Vineland, New Jersey, classroom. Instead, along with husband … more
The judge who will oversee the trial of Parkland school shooter Nikolas Cruz isn’t going to play word police. Lawyers for Cruz, the former student accused of murdering 17 people and wounding … more
KABUL, Afghanistan – When Taliban fighters rode triumphantly into Kabul airport early Tuesday, they did so on U.S.-supplied pickup trucks, wearing U.S.-supplied uniforms and brandishing … more
WASHINGTON — House Democrats want the new National Defense Authorization Act to make plain that armed services personnel and recruits are not allowed to advocate or take part in extremist … more
U.S. hiring downshifted abruptly in August with the smallest jobs gain in seven months, complicating a potential decision by the Federal Reserve to begin scaling back monetary support in the coming … more
Federal prosecutors will not use testimony from one of the lead FBI agents in the Gov. Gretchen Whitmer kidnapping conspiracy case who was charged with beating his wife following a swingers party and … more
MIAMI — A group of six people arrived on a small fishing boat in the Florida Keys Thursday morning in an attempt to migrate from Cuba. The five men and one woman made it to shore near … more
COLUMBIA, S.C. – Two infants were pronounced dead Wednesday after being found in a car outside of a daycare facility, the Richland County, South Carolina, Sheriff’s Department … more
WASHINGTON – A sharply divided Supreme Court officially declined late Wednesday to halt a Texas law that effectively bans abortions after about six weeks of pregnancy, meaning the law will … more
The remnants of Hurricane Ida ripped through New York, New Jersey and across the Northeast early Thursday, killing at least nine people and triggering tornadoes, thunderstorms and torrential rain … more
Medical experts who advise U.S. regulators on vaccines are chafing at what they perceive as political interference in the review process by the Biden administration. Last month, the White House … more
SOUTH LAKE TAHOE, Calif. — President Joe Biden declared an emergency in California that will allow federal assistance for the Caldor fire, which has burned hundreds of structures and is moving … more
SAN DIEGO – A U.S. Navy helicopter carrying six crew members crashed into the ocean off the coast of San Diego Tuesday afternoon, the Navy said in a statement. A search for its crew is … more
WASHINGTON – For the first time since 1973, a state law banning most abortions has taken effect. A Texas law that would drastically limit the availability of abortions in defiance of Roe vs. … more
FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. — A Broward deputy was stopped at a traffic light in a marked Sheriff’s Office vehicle when a woman walked up, removed the car’s gas cap, stuck a wad of paper … more
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