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LVIV, Ukraine — As the first Russian soldier to be tried for war crimes pleaded guilty to killing a Ukrainian civilian, fears grew Wednesday over the fate of hundreds of Ukrainian soldiers who … more
U.S. Soccer has agreed to separative collective bargaining agreements with its men's and women's national teams that will guarantee equal pay for players on both sides, likely ending the six-year … more
A vast swath of North America from the Great Lakes to the West Coast is at risk of blackouts this summer as heat, drought, shuttered power plants and supply chain woes strain the electric grid. Power … more
CHICAGO — The mother of a Chicago elementary school student who took a gun to school in a backpack — which “accidentally discharged in the backpack while inside a classroom” … more
TAIPEI, Taiwan — The man accused of opening fire inside a Taiwanese church in Laguna Woods, California, on Sunday is believed to have been driven by hatred for Taiwanese people and the … more
WASHINGTON — Lawmakers are throwing nearly every tool in their arsenal, including a proposed $28 million in taxpayer dollars, at the baby formula shortage. But it isn’t clear how quickly … more
LVIV, Ukraine — Russia on Monday warned Finland and Sweden that plans to join the North Atlantic Treaty Organization were a "grave mistake," as Moscow's forces stepped up attacks in eastern and … more
WASHINGTON — The U.S. will reestablish a permanent troop presence in Somalia to counter the al-Shabab terrorist group, reversing a decision by former President Donald Trump to withdraw the … more
SHOSHONE, Calif. — How the Devil’s Hole pupfish has survived for centuries in a spalike cistern cloistered by a barren rock mountain in Death Valley National Park remains a biological … more
WASHINGTON — Congress last held a hearing on reports of UFOs — unidentified flying objects synonymous with space aliens — in the 1960s, and even in the realm of fiction, Scully and … more
Four Air Force cadets might not be allowed to graduate for refusing to get vaccinated against COVID-19, and they may also be forced to repay thousands of dollars in government scholarship … more
LVIV, Ukraine — Russian troops appeared to be drawing back from the outskirts of Ukraine’s second-largest city Saturday even as fighting continued to rage in other parts of the embattled … more
A white gunman livestreamed a racially motivated mass shooting online, showing himself killing 10 people and wounding three others Saturday at a Buffalo, New York, supermarket in an historically … more
ATLANTA — Former Vice President Mike Pence will headline a get-out-the-vote rally with Gov. Brian Kemp on the eve of Georgia's May 24 primary, marking a new split with Donald Trump as each … more
LOS ANGELES — Residents in a West Hills neighborhood were alarmed Saturday night when they saw a woman lighting candles and holding a Bible in a stranger’s yard. Los Angeles police … more
SAN JOSE — The grandfather and uncle of a three-year-old girl killed last fall in an alleged exorcism were arrested this week on suspicion of her death, according to authorities. San Jose … more
DALLAS — Texans are being asked to conserve power through the weekend after six power plants in the state went offline Friday during the unseasonably hot May weather. The Electric … more
ANCHORAGE, Alaska — The soldier killed Tuesday by a bear in a remote corner of Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson was a 30-year-old who had deployed to Afghanistan and had been stationed in Alaska … more
LVIV, Ukraine — As Finland’s leaders dealt him a blow by announcing their support for joining NATO, Russian President Vladimir Putin reaffirmed his determination to maintain … more
Jerome Powell sailed through the Senate on Thursday with strong bipartisan support for a second term as chairman of the Federal Reserve Board. The Senate voted 80-19 to confirm Powell, who will … more
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