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LOS ANGELES — COVID-19 hospitalizations have risen significantly in California's Inland Empire and Central Valley, bringing new concerns about whether the shift represents a precursor to a … more
The Biden administration is urging U.S. citizens in Haiti “to strongly consider returning to the United States” amid a gang-aggravated fuel shortage and a deteriorating security climate … more
In the jury box, one panelist shielded her view with her notebook, unable to watch a graphic video of police body camera video showing 25-year-old Ahmaud Arbery laying bloody and motionless in the … more
LOS ANGELES — A federal grand jury has issued subpoenas seeking information about cash and other payments to public officials and cannabis consultants as part of a criminal investigation into … more
A 23-month-old boy sleeping in his car seat on the way home from a family gathering died Saturday after a stray bullet hit him in the head, California Highway Patrol officers say. A bullet … more
NEW YORK — Peres Jepchirchir made her case as the best marathoner on the planet, while Albert Korir announced his return on the streets of New York City. The Kenyans swept the titles at the … more
HOUSTON — Family and friends gathered Sunday to mourn the first of eight music fans who died in a crowd surge at hip-hop star Travis Scott’s Astroworld Festival in Houston on Friday night … more
SAN JOSE, Calif. — A month ago the coronavirus seemed headed for a long winter’s nap in masked and well-vaccinated California. Gov. Gavin Newsom boasted that the Golden State … more
A federal appeals court in New Orleans temporarily halted nationwide implementation of the Biden administration’s mandate that all employees at companies with more than 100 workers must get … more
MIAMI — Florida Republicans have officially reached a milestone they’ve been trending toward for nearly a decade — outnumbering registered Florida Democrats for the first time in … more
OSHA has issued a federal rule mandating COVID-19 vaccinations or at least weekly testing for workers at U.S. companies with 100 or more employees. The OSHA rules are a key pillar of President Joe … more
Britain’s regulator became the first in the world to approve Merck & Co.’s COVID-19 antiviral pill, describing the treatment as safe and effective following a swift review. The … more
KENOSHA, Wis. — A juror was dismissed from the Kyle Rittenhouse murder trial Thursday morning for making a tasteless remark about the police shooting of Jacob Blake. Blake, who is Black, was … more
VIRGINIA BEACH, Va. — A 19-year-old suspect in Wednesday night’s shooting that left three women dead and two injured was arraigned Thursday morning in Norfolk General District … more
WASHINGTON — Antiperspirant and deodorant body sprays have been found to contain elevated levels of the carcinogen benzene and should be recalled, an independent testing lab said in a petition … more
WASHINGTON — No laws were broken when a U.S. military drone killed 10 civilians, including seven children, in Kabul, Afghanistan, on Aug. 29, a Defense Department investigation has … more
WASHINGTON — While President Joe Biden attended the United Nations summit on climate change in Glasgow, Scotland, television cameras caught him appearing to doze while listening to speeches, a … more
COLUMBIA, S.C. — Minor earthquakes that have gently shaken the ground north of Columbia during the past week are occurring in an area where construction of a lake four decades ago is suspected … more
Kids got the nod to roll up their sleeves for a COVID jab on Tuesday, as the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention advisers voted unanimously to authorize smaller-dosed Pfizer shots for … more
Facebook parent Meta Platforms Inc. will no longer use facial recognition for photos and videos shared to the company’s flagship social network, saying it needs to weigh the benefits against … more
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