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DRUZHKIVKA, Ukraine — Russia claimed near-victory Tuesday in its fight for part of an eastern Ukrainian industrial region whose capture is one of Moscow’s main stated war aims, as Ukraine … more
WASHINGTON — It was the early 1990s, and the Western world seemed full of promise. The Soviet Union had collapsed, and the Cold War that had gripped and shaped global politics for decades was … more
The U.S. obtained a warrant to seize two jets owned or controlled by Russian billionaire Roman Abramovich, as tensions between Washington and Moscow increase. U.S. Magistrate Judge Sarah L. Cave … more
PHILADELPHIA — At least two people are expected to be charged for their roles in the mass shooting on South Street Saturday night that left three people dead and 11 others injured, District … more
BOSTON — The 11 months Cornelius Francis “Fran” Healy spent in active duty “between D-Day and V-Day” in World War II is something the 101-year-old couldn’t talk … more
ZELENYI HAI, Ukraine — There once was a farmer with 10 sheep, a beekeeper with 41 hives (and a turtle) and a cook with 62 pheasants and peacocks. And they all lived peacefully in the fields and … more
Don’t blame the White House for pain at the pump, Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg said Sunday. The Biden administration is doing everything it can to fight soaring gas prices and … more
BENTONVILLE, Ark. — This may be a good year to get recruited and promoted at Walmart. Walmart executives said at the company’s annual meeting Thursday that it has launched a pilot … more
President Joe Biden touted the state of the U.S. economy following a better-than-expected May jobs report, even as he acknowledged its likely to be overshadowed by record-high inflation that’s … more
You love your car. You want to treat it well. You certainly don't want to do anything that would damage it. That's why you've been filling it with premium gasoline all these years. But with prices up … more
WASHINGTON — A bipartisan group of U.S. senators continues to move forward on negotiating limited measures to help prevent mass shootings, though a deal is far from assured, senators involved … more
LVIV, Ukraine — Russian troops appear close to fully capturing the key Ukrainian city of Severodonetsk, jeopardizing the fate of two eastern provinces at the center of Moscow’s campaign … more
U.S. companies in May added the fewest jobs since the pandemic recovery began, a private report showed, suggesting employers struggled to recruit and retain workers in the month despite a near-record … more
Amid signs of internal discord, the U.S. Supreme Court is waiting until the bitter end to do the largest share of its work in more than 70 years. The court is due to issue 33 opinions, a whopping … more
MIAMI — The U.S. Coast Guard sent 40 people back to Cuba on Thursday after stopping them off the Florida Keys earlier this week. They were found in two boats Monday and Tuesday as U.S. … more
Oil increased as U.S. crude inventories dropped, exacerbating concerns about a tight market after traders expressed doubt that OPEC+ can deliver on its agreement to accelerate the pace of a supply … more
WASHINGTON — President Joe Biden defended his administration’s response to a national baby formula shortage, saying he acted as soon he became aware of the crisis in April — even as … more
WASHINGTON  — Vice President Kamala Harris on Wednesday unveiled a first-ever White House plan to tackle water security as a foreign policy priority in light of ever tightening global … more
BOSTON – Iranian government backed hackers attempted a cyberattack against Boston Children’s Hospital in August 2021 which could have disrupted health care services, FBI Director … more
DENVER — The days of being able to anonymously donate sperm or eggs in Colorado will soon be over. Gov. Jared Polis on Tuesday signed a landmark bill that will make Colorado the first state … more
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