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WASHINGTON — The 2020 census may have missed more than 1.5 million people, enough to cost New York the congressional seat that went to Minnesota, according to a report released … more
She’s going to need a little more green. House Sergeant-at-Arms William Walker has leveled $48,000 in fines against U.S. Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene of Georgia for refusing to wear a mask in … more
DALLAS — Scores of QAnon believers gathered Tuesday afternoon in downtown Dallas in the hopes that John F. Kennedy Jr. would appear, heralding the reinstatement of Donald Trump as … more
LOS ANGELES — The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors on Tuesday approved a $2.5 million settlement for two families suing over the unauthorized sharing of photos of the Kobe Bryant … more
LOS ANGELES — Has the FBI solved the mysterious case of the “jet pack man”? Multiple sightings of what some said looked like a man flying in a jet pack in the skies of Los … more
MINNEAPOLIS — The council members stood shoulder-to-shoulder in a city park adorned with two massive words: “Defund Police.” Days earlier, George Floyd was murdered by a … more
More than 5 million people worldwide have died from COVID-19 less than two years after the novel pathogen was first documented, despite the arrival of vaccines that have slashed fatality rates across … more
WASHINGTON — The latest iteration of congressional Democrats’ budget reconciliation package reduces the amount of transportation-related spending by a little more than $10 billion, paring … more
LONDON — Barclays Plc Chief Executive Officer Jes Staley abruptly stepped down Monday, the latest titan of global finance whose exit was prompted by ties to financier and sex offender Jeffrey … more
SANTIAGO MATATLAN, Mexico — On the eve of the Day of the Dead, Maria Santiago stood in the back of a moving pickup truck with her hair whipping through the air, heading toward the agave fields … more
WASHINGTON — Since 2013, more than a dozen states have tried to ban abortion as soon as a sonogram can pick up the thump-thump of an embryonic heartbeat. That’s about six weeks, an … more
(The Center Square) – COVID-19 vaccine mandates have sparked nationwide controversy and led to firings and resignations around the country. Police officers have been hit hard by the … more
The Supreme Court faces arguments that a novel enforcement scheme Texas created for its abortion law could be used by states to neutralize other constitutional rights related to guns, protests, … more
KENOSHA, Wis. — If you want to know how this city feels about the impending Kyle Rittenhouse trial, a conversation with Scott and Dee Seip is a good place to start. One mile northwest of … more
The Texas Department of Criminal Justice maintains a public dashboard showing the status of COVID-19 in its prisons, including a tally of those who have died. Earlier this week, that number stood at … more
NEW YORK — A state trooper was jailed Wednesday after a grand jury charged him with killing an 11-year-old Brooklyn girl by ramming her family’s car twice from behind, causing it to flip … more
Cigarette sales in the U.S. climbed last year amid the COVID-19 pandemic, marking the first annual increase in two decades. Major manufacturers sold 203.7 billion cigarettes in 2020, up from 202.9 … more
Senate Democrats released the details of a proposed levy on billionaires, a new and logistically risky approach to taxation that lawmakers hope will help fund President Joe Biden’s social … more
Julian Assange won’t face solitary confinement or supermax prison in Colorado if he’s jailed in the U.S., as lawyers for the country argued his extradition shouldn’t have been … more
FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. — A colony of wild monkeys in Dania Beach soon may get a permanent home, complete with fences, medical care and regular meals. But the creation of a monkey sanctuary … more
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