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The number of monkeypox cases reported worldwide has topped 550, fueling further concern about the viral disease. Rosamund Lewis, the World Health Organization’s technical lead for monkeypox … more
UVALDE, Texas — A week after the school shooting that killed 19 students and two teachers, this small town is preparing for the first of many funerals — a marathon of grief. This week, … more
WASHINGTON — The Supreme Court is heading into the final weeks of a term that may reveal the full impact of its newly dominant conservative bloc. The justices have 33 remaining cases to be … more
DNIPRO, Ukraine — Ukrainian forces desperately tried to block a complete Russian takeover of one of the country’s two eastern provinces Tuesday, with Russian troops clawing out … more
A lawyer for Hillary Clinton’s 2016 presidential campaign was found not guilty of lying to the FBI about the identity of his client when he provided a flimsy tip on then-candidate Donald Trump … more
FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. — It’s looking increasingly likely that the Atlantic’s first named storm of 2022 could form this week in the Gulf of Mexico, possibly affecting Florida by … more
President Joe Biden said Monday the U.S. would not send Ukraine “rocket systems that can strike into Russia,” seemingly quashing reports the administration would consider long-range … more
U.S. gasoline prices surged to another fresh record, the latest blow to motorists heading into the summer driving season. Average retail prices in the U.S. reached $4.619 per gallon as of Monday, … more
NEW YORK — Twenty years after a ringing fire bell and a solemn ceremony marked the end of the hellish cleanup effort at ground zero, Gov. Kathy Hochul said Monday that a hole remains in New … more
President Joe Biden visited Uvalde, Texas, on Sunday to meet with some of the families whose children died last week in the latest mass shooting at a elementary school. Biden was greeted in Uvalde … more
U.S. lawmakers are setting a tight timetable to negotiate new gun laws, with Democrats signaling they would accept limited progress in exchange for some action that would reduce gun violence in the … more
FORT WORTH, Texas — When Texas Gov. Greg Abbott shared inaccurate information on the timeline of events in the Tuesday attack on Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, he was reciting information … more
Russian troops are making steady progress in Ukraine’s east on the back of more-concentrated artillery and air power, now controlling almost all of the Luhansk region and threatening to … more
UVALDE, Texas — Children inside a Texas elementary school frantically called 911, begging for the police to save them, as a tactical decision by a commander kept 19 officers from storming a … more
UVALDE, Texas — With criticism swelling about the police response to the Texas elementary school massacre, a law enforcement official said Thursday that the gunman who killed 19 children and 2 … more
NEW YORK — Donald Trump and two of his adult children must testify in New York Attorney General Letitia James’ civil investigation into the former president’s family real estate … more
ZAPORIZHZHIA, Ukraine — Russia shelled more than 40 towns and villages in the Donbas region, Ukrainian officials said Thursday, as Moscow intensified attacks in Ukraine’s industrial … more
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention plans to simplify the COVID-19 hospital data it collects as the demands of the pandemic evolve and some assembled information has become outdated or … more
Applications for U.S. unemployment insurance declined last week by more than forecast, underscoring a persistently tight labor market. Initial unemployment claims decreased by 8,000 to 210,000 in … more
FORT WORTH, Texas — The husband of one of the fourth-grade teachers killed in the Uvalde school shooting Tuesday has died, according to multiple news reports. Irma Garcia, who was a 23-year … more
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