1737 results total, viewing 1241 - 1260
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. — Thirty Afghan orphans who somehow survived the chaotic exit from Kabul airport, in addition to months of uncertainty traveling alone, are headed to Colorado. … more
WASHINGTON — Former President Barack Obama waded into VirginIa’s gubernatorial race, criticizing Republican candidate Glenn Youngkin for supporting “phony, trumped-up culture … more
The crew member tasked with handling weapons on the set of Alec Baldwin’s new movie, where cinematographer Halyna Hutchins was killed, was new to the gig and doubted her capabilities. … more
Facebook Inc.’s Oversight Board said the social media company hadn’t been “fully forthcoming” about internal rules that allowed some high-profile users to be exempt from … more
Moscow will implement its harshest lockdown since the early days of the pandemic last year, as Mayor Sergei Sobyanin said on his blog that the COVID-19 situation was developing according to the … more
Climate change will exacerbate instability around the world and drive vulnerable people to flee hard-hit regions, the Biden administration is warning as it encourages other nations to commit to more … more
WASHINGTON — Lawmakers who crafted last year’s law addressing surprise billing are once again at odds over policy particulars after the Biden administration issued a rule to implement the … more
A major earthquake in California is likely to knock out many communications services for days or weeks, including the vast majority of cellphones in the areas closest to the epicenter, according to a … more
WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. — There’s a slice of atmosphere where ocean meets sky that is a mystery to tropical meteorologists — a chaotic place where hurricane winds tear, 50-foot waves … more
The White House outlined its COVID-19 plan to vaccinate younger children, which would focus on smaller doses administered with smaller needles if the shots are authorized by regulators.  … more
Brazil senators said Jair Bolsonaro should be charged for nine crimes, including charlatanism, malfeasance and crimes against humanity in their conclusion of a probe into the government’s … more
SAN DIEGO — U.S. border agents found a dead migrant on an abandoned panga fishing boat in Carlsbad this past April. A month later, a cabin cruiser, overloaded with three dozen migrants, crashed … more
WASHINGTON — The Federal Bureau of Investigation raided a Washington, D.C., mansion linked to sanctioned Russian billionaire Oleg Deripaska in a “court-authorized law enforcement … more
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
« Prev | 1 60 | 61 | 62 | 63 | 64 | 65 | 66 87 | Next »
Currently viewing stories posted within the past 2 years.
For all older stories, please use our advanced search.