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MIAMI, Fla. — Wading bird nesting — a key indicator of Everglades health — was weak in 2020 after a very wet rainy season started early with massive storms in May, diluting pools … more
KENOSHA, Wis. — As Kyle Rittenhouse’s jury officially began its deliberations Tuesday, a piece of unfinished business still hung over the case. The defense filed a motion ahead of … more
A record number of job openings and fewer workers to fill them have left 42 states with more available jobs than people looking for work, according to a Stateline analysis of federal statistics from … more
WASHINGTON — A White House that has long argued it wants to aid the middle class, rebuild infrastructure and combat climate change is now trying to tie its policy plans to the president’s … more
There might be something to the adage "clever as a fox." When the monstrous Dixie fire scorched a northeastern California expanse that the elusive Sierra Nevada red fox calls home, wildlife … more
WASHINGTON — President Joe Biden is preparing for a rare one-on-one encounter with Chinese President Xi Jinping on Monday, a conversation that the White House describes as another chapter in … more
KENOSHA, WIS. — A Kenosha County judge handed a huge win to Kyle Rittenhouse’s defense team before closing arguments when he dismissed a misdemeanor gun charge against the teen. Legal … more
He’s not going anywhere. Dr. Anthony Fauci, the country’s top infectious disease expert who’s provided reassurance to many Americans during the pandemic, says he won’t quit … more
The Biden administration’s push for vaccine mandates, under fire in courts around the nation, has survived a legal challenge headed by former Trump campaign lawyer Sidney Powell over vaccines … more
A 9-year-old boy who fell from his father’s shoulders and was trampled at Travis Scott’s Astroworld show died of his injuries Sunday, his family announced. Treston Blount had said … more
NEW YORK — Two badly decomposed bodies were discovered in a Bronx apartment — after the downstairs neighbor complained maggots were coming through her ceiling, police said Sunday. Officers … more
A Virginia police officer who was asked to perform a welfare check at a deserted home around 4 a.m. Saturday was shot by a suspect inside and died that evening. Big Stone Gap Officer Michael … more
Austria is putting unvaccinated people under lockdown starting Monday, the most drastic move by a Western European country to slow the latest wave of the coronavirus. European cases reached … more
It's time to check those mailboxes and bank accounts — just in time for Black Friday shopping — for the next round of advance payments for the child tax credit. If you haven't already, mark … more
A Republican bill to legalize marijuana at the federal level in the Unites States, expected to be unveiled soon, would have a lighter regulatory touch, lower taxes and fewer provisions to help … more
A U.S. appeals court has extended its Nov. 6 order pausing President Joe Biden’s shot-or-test mandate for businesses with 100 or more employees. The ruling, issued Friday by the New … more
BOISE, Idaho — As Idaho’s primary races continue to ramp up for next year, former President Donald Trump has weighed in on who he thinks should lead the Gem State. In an email from … more
KANSAS CITY, Mo. — There is no truth behind social media scuttlebutt that people can “detox” their body of the COVID-19 vaccine in a bath made with the household cleaner borax, say … more
RALEIGH, N.C. — Dontae Sharpe was granted a pardon of innocence Friday by North Carolina Gov. Roy Cooper after spending more than a quarter of a century incarcerated for a crime he didn’t … more
Parents, movie fans and animal care workers are among those taking to social media to express their sorrow at the death Thursday night of Winter the dolphin, who was under treatment for a suspected … more
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