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FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. — Elizabeth Stout was a victim of the mass shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, but you won’t hear her name called out on Wednesday when the confessed … more
Citizens are afraid to leave their homes. The security forces are weak. Armed gangs, known for kidnappings, extortion and random killings, act with impunity as they tighten their grip throughout … more
WASHINGTON — The new U.S. travel policy will block entry to foreign nationals who have recovered from COVID-19 and then gotten one dose of two-dose vaccines — a standard that France and … more
WASHINGTON — Nebraska Republican Rep. Jeff Fortenberry said Tuesday he expects to be charged with lying to the FBI in connection with an investigation into illegal foreign campaign … more
Congress recently blocked the Pentagon from moving more than $1 billion that defense officials had wanted to use instead on programs they consider higher priorities. More than $500 million of the … more
COLUMBIA, S.C. — A state judge Tuesday morning denied bond to Alex Murdaugh on charges he embezzled $3.4 million from his deceased housekeeper’s estate. Judge Clifton Newman said he … more
Stepping before a judge is something that Jason Banegas, the teen charged in the shooting death of a Hollywood police officer, has done before. It was just 30 days ago that the 18-year-old was freed … more
In Denver, public-school children are facing shortages of milk. In Chicago, a local market is running short of canned goods and boxed items. But there’s plenty of food. There just … more
Gen. Colin Powell, the trailblazing son of the South Bronx who rose to the highest ranks of the U.S. military, died of complications from COVID-19 despite being fully vaccinated, his family announced … more
At first, the positive results from Gov. Ralph Northam’s COVID-19 test were the only indication he had been infected. It wasn’t until a couple of days later that the symptoms erupted … more
Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer faces staggering policy challenges — President Joe Biden’s economic agenda, voting rights legislation and another risky debt limit fight — … more
BRUNSWICK, Ga. —   Hundreds of prospective Glynn County jurors are expected to report on Monday as the trial for three men charged with murder in the shooting of Ahmaud Arbery gets … more
LOS ANGELES — In a year of both extreme heat and extreme drought, California has reported its driest water year in terms of precipitation in a century, and experts fear the coming 12 months … more
Issuing a subpoena to former President Donald Trump would create a “circus” — but that doesn’t mean it won’t happen, a Republican on the select House committee on the … more
BLYTHE, Calif. — Green fields of alfalfa and cotton rolled past as Brad Robinson drove through the desert valley where his family has farmed with water from the Colorado River for three … more
A group of American missionaries has been kidnapped on the outskirts of Port-au-Prince, Haiti, allegedly by a notorious gang that was behind the abduction of several Roman Catholic clergy earlier … more
LOS ANGELES — Former President Bill Clinton was seen leaving an Orange County hospital Sunday morning, six days after he was admitted and treated for a urological and blood infection. The … more
The world’s supply chain woes are bearing down on U.S. auto garages. The challenge of finding spare parts as mundane as oil filters or carpeting has forced repair shops to hoard inventory, … more
LOS ANGELES — Nearly 29 years had passed when Trino Jimenez decided to write to the man who murdered his brother, prepared to never hear back. The killing, in South Los Angeles, had been … more
ORLANDO, Fla. — A NASA spacecraft named Lucy is on its way to a part of space that’s never been explored after being rocketed into the sky from Cape Canaveral before Saturday’s … more
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