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An unprecedented number of Americans quit their jobs in September, highlighting how persistent churn is undercutting employers’ efforts to fill a near-record level of vacancies. A record 4.4 … more
Since the earliest days of the pandemic, there has been one collective goal for bringing it to an end: achieving herd immunity. That's when so many people are immune to a virus that it runs out of … more
COLUMBIA, S.C. — U.S. Sen. Lindsey Graham didn’t mince words during a Fox News appearance on Wednesday, calling President Joe Biden the “most incompetent” president on foreign policy that he … more
Chris Christie, the former New Jersey Governor and Republican contender for the White House, hit back at former President Trump following inflammatory comments about his poll numbers. “Everybody … more
President Joe Biden paid tribute to the nation’s military heroes on Veterans Day and announced a new federal measure to help treat conditions caused by troops’ exposure to toxic … more
WASHINGTON — The U.S. is raising the alarm with European Union allies that Russia may be weighing a potential invasion of Ukraine as tensions flare between Moscow and the bloc over migrants and … more
BEIJING — Only two leaders of China's ruling Communist Party leaders have been powerful enough to rewrite the nation's history. On Thursday, President Xi Jinping became the third. His … more
Moderna Inc. held a brief conference call to defend the safety of its COVID-19 shot from a barrage of questions about associated heart risks in young people. Chief Medical Officer Paul Burton … more
Sudan’s army chief announced a new sovereign council, the top decision-making body in the African country, digging in more than two weeks after staging a coup. Top general Abdel Fattah … more
NEW YORK — New York Mayor-elect Eric Adams vowed Thursday to reinstate the NYPD’s controversial plainclothes cop units even though a prominent leader of the city’s Black Lives … more
PARIS — When President Donald Trump traveled to France for a ceremony marking the 100th anniversary of the end of World War I, he walked alone, shunning European leaders who marched in unity along … more
WASHINGTON — President Gerald Ford wore a pin with the acronym “WIN,” which stood for “whip inflation now.” President Jimmy Carter donned a cardigan sweater to encourage Americans to … more
U.S. consumer prices rose last month at the fastest annual pace since 1990, cementing high inflation as a hallmark of the pandemic recovery and eroding spending power even as wages surge. The … more
MIAMI — The Miami-Dade Police Department’s newest crime-fighting tools are baseball-like cards with QR codes on the back, similar to those that have replaced paper menus in restaurants … more
WASHINGTON — The 2022 midterm elections, one year from now, won’t just decide control of the House and Senate but will also provide the first major test of Americans’ confidence in … more
CHICAGO — It’s hard to be sure what Alissa Saunders thought she was taking the night she died of a drug overdose — a ground-up Percocet, maybe, or a pulverized bar of Xanax. One … more
Twitter Inc. Chief Executive Officer Jack Dorsey got a warning from Prince Harry the day before the Jan. 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol that the social media platform was being used to plan a riot, the … more
LOS ANGELES — A few years ago, high school teacher Joshua Moreno got fed up with his grading system, which had become a points game. Some students accumulated so many points early on that by … more
NASA Administrator Bill Nelson has announced a shift in the Artemis launch dates, including pushing the first return by humans to the lunar surface until at least 2025. “After having taken a … more
BOISE, Idaho — The first time Kate Stevens remembers having an active shooter drill in school, she was in second grade. In ninth grade, Stevens, now a senior at Boise High, said one of her … more
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