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DETROIT — A Muslim civil rights organization is urging Wayne County authorities to bring hate crime charges against a woman who the group says verbally berated an African American Muslim woman … more
FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. — More than 80 Haitian migrants were intercepted about 18 miles east of Biscayne Bay on Sunday. Their vessel was reported to authorities by a good Samaritan, according … more
North Korea said it successfully test-fired “new-type, long-range” cruise missiles on Sept. 11 and 12, ratcheting up tensions on the Korean Peninsula.  They flew for more than two … more
MINNEAPOLIS — Damon Thibodeaux escaped death row when DNA helped exonerate him of a murder he didn't commit. Then COVID-19 killed him. "It's so unfair," said Steve Kaplan, a retired … more
The Federal Bureau of Investigation declassified a secret internal memo on its investigation into allegations that Saudi Arabia’s government provided assistance to the terrorists that carried … more
STONYCREEK, Pa. — Stopping to pay his respects at the Flight 93 National Memorial between visits to New York City and the Pentagon, President Joe Biden walked the Wall of Names on Saturday and … more
NEW YORK — The families of 9/11, beneath a blue sky reminiscent of a clear September morning 20 years ago, gathered once more Saturday to remember those killed in the terrorist attack that … more
Former President George W. Bush took a thinly veiled swipe at the Jan. 6 insurrectionists and other U.S. political extremists during a 9/11 speech Saturday, calling them “children of the same … more
Twenty years after the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks, no military service has undergone more of a transformation than the U.S. National Guard.  The force of 440,000 soldiers and aviators — … more
CHICAGO -- Many of them enlisted after the horrors of 9/11. And now, two decades later, the 2.8 million service members who served in Afghanistan and Iraq face unique challenges, from trying to … more
Every morning since March, carpenter Dominick Domingo wakes up, dons a hardhat, and commutes from Staten Island to the construction site of a performing arts center on Fulton Street in … more
The Sept. 11 terrorist attacks left the U.S. with national trauma, two decades of war, and the biggest shuffle of federal bureaucracy in American history. The Department of Homeland Security took … more
PITTSBURGH — In a Monroeville, Pennsylvania, basement in the 1960s, a young, comic book-obsessed Louis Nacke II would tie a blue towel around his neck like a cape and pretend he was Superman. … more
President Joe Biden, visibly frustrated by the country’s inability to immunize a reluctant chunk of its population in the fight against COVID, said Thursday that the “time for waiting is … more
WASHINGTON — The Justice Department announced Thursday it will challenge a controversial abortion law that bans the procedure after about six weeks, well before most women know they are … more
COVID-19 vaccines for younger children will be vetted as quickly as possible once drugmakers seek authorization for them, U.S. regulators said, vowing a swift review amid concern about the infection … more
Hurricane Larry lost a bit of intensity Friday morning but continued speeding its way toward Newfoundland, Canada, at the rapid pace of 29 mph, according to forecasters. Larry, with maximum … more
NEW YORK — At just the touch of a button, you, too, can disable a major metropolitan transportation system. Officials on Friday said that an outage last month that crippled the subways and … more
NEW YORK — The 9/11 attack 20 years ago touched lives in every corner of the country, according to a new report chronicling victim compensation claims from every state in the nation. Though … more
MINNEAPOLIS — Pregnant women who received COVID-19 vaccines did not experience an increased risk of miscarriage, according to new research on data from Bloomington-based HealthPartners and … more
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