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ANNAPOLIS, Md. — An Anne Arundel County judge sentenced the man who killed five Capital Gazette employees to the maximum penalty allowable under law Tuesday, bringing an end to the court case … more
WASHINGTON — At least 400,000 people in the United States have received COVID-19 booster shots since the extra injections were authorized last week, the Biden administration said … more
ATLANTA — The gunman who killed four people at a Cherokee County spa before allegedly driving to Atlanta and fatally shooting four others pleaded not guilty Tuesday morning in Fulton County … more
MIAMI — A former boss of a notorious Colombian paramilitary group who was convicted of exporting cocaine to the United States was held liable Monday in a Miami federal court for the fatal … more
Over five-plus hours Monday, three earthquakes were confirmed in South Carolina. And the last quake was the strongest. Thousands of people reported feeling tremors from the 3.3 magnitude … more
Part of a recent Instagram post from Britney Spears initially claimed that "a lot of" the information included in a new documentary about the pop musician "is not true." That portion of the … more
Russian authorities said they’d opened another criminal case against jailed opposition leader Alexey Navalny and his allies, this time alleging they created an illegal “extremist … more
Female students won’t return to Kabul University until “a real Islamic environment” is provided for all, the Taliban-appointed chancellor said this week, dealing another blow to … more
The World Health Organization is launching a new investigation into the origins of COVID-19, months after an earlier probe ended without drawing firm conclusions, according to a report published on … more
HOLBROOK, N.Y. — Gabrielle Petito, the 22-year-old Blue Point native whose disappearance and death stunned Long Island and riveted the nation, was remembered Sunday in Holbrook as a kindhearted … more
SAN JOSE, Calif. — A Palo Alto woman has been charged with arson in connection with Shasta County’s Fawn fire that has destroyed 41 homes and 90 smaller structures and is threatening … more
SAN DIEGO — A woman and her 2-year-old son died late Saturday afternoon after they fell from the third level of Petco Park, just as thousands of baseball fans were heading inside for a Padres … more
Hurricane Sam continues dancing Monday morning as a powerful Category 4 storm and seems to have partners joining it on the Atlantic basin dance floor in the forms of three other disturbances. The … more
CHICAGO — The accusations tell a sordid tale that seems straight from a supermarket tabloid: The story of the genius scientist who stabbed his boyfriend to death as part of a violent sex … more
WASHINGTON — After decades of fighting against the Roe v. Wade decision, conservatives scored a pair of major victories this month when the U.S. Supreme Court allowed a restrictive abortion law … more
WASHINGTON — House Speaker Nancy Pelosi pledged to pass a $550 billion infrastructure bill this week and signaled that the headline amount on a bigger package of spending and tax measures will … more
WASHINGTON — Parts of the U.S. health system “are in dire straits,” as the spread of the COVID-19 delta variant forces some states to prepare for rationed medical care, said … more
President Joe Biden hadn’t heard Germany’s election results when he returned to Washington from his weekend retreat on Sunday, but he complimented the projected … more
Within a day of testing positive for COVID-19 in June, Miranda Kelly was sick enough to be scared. At 44, with diabetes and high blood pressure, Kelly, a certified nursing assistant, was having … more
NEW YORK — An appeals court judge has tossed a monkey wrench into the city’s demand that teachers and other adults in public schools be vaccinated against COVID-19 by Monday, buying time … more
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