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CHICAGO — Cooper Roberts, the 8-year-old boy paralyzed from the waist down after being wounded at the Independence Day parade shooting in Highland Park, is in “very critical” … more
Applications for U.S. state unemployment insurance rose to the highest level since November during the week that included the July 4 holiday, led by a big jump in New York. Initial unemployment … more
JERUSALEM — President Joe Biden on Thursday would not commit to confronting the leaders of Saudi Arabia later this week over the killing of U.S.-based journalist Jamal Khashoggi. “I … more
A bipartisan group of senators is expected to release a bill as soon as next week clarifying that the vice president has only a ceremonial role when Congress tallies Electoral College votes after a … more
Former President Donald Trump suggested in a new interview that he has decided to run for president again in 2024 and is only considering when to launch his campaign. “My big decision will … more
The man accused of opening fire inside a Buffalo, New York, supermarket, killing 10 in his targeted hunt for Black victims, was charged with hate crimes Thursday. Payton Gendron, 19 was hit with a … more
A tech executive has been arrested and charged for the third time in connection with a woman's 1992 killing in the Bay Area after new evidence was discovered, prosecutors said this week. John … more
U.S. inflation accelerated in June by more than forecast, underscoring relentless price pressures that will keep the Federal Reserve on track for another big interest-rate hike later this … more
The U.S. military said it killed a top Islamic State leader and seriously wounded another in a drone strike in Syria. U.S. Central Command said it killed Maher al-Agal, described as one of the … more
WASHINGTON — Faced with no legal path to staying in office, former President Donald Trump summoned supporters to Washington to pressure Congress to overturn the 2020 election results, a move … more
WASHINGTON — First lady Jill Biden apologized Tuesday for comparing the diversity of Hispanics to that of breakfast tacos, a comment that drew widespread ridicule, and not just from Republicans … more
CHICAGO — For people who contracted COVID-19 during earlier omicron surges, doctors have some unwelcome news: You are again susceptible to catching the virus. Two new variants of the virus … more
AUSTIN, Texas — For the first time since the May 24 shooting, the public can now see portions of video from the scene of the Uvalde shooting, including the first ever images of the shooter … more
U.S. inflation accelerated in June by more than forecast, underscoring relentless price pressures that will keep the Federal Reserve on track for another big interest-rate hike later this … more
Crunch time has finally arrived for President Joe Biden’s economic agenda as congressional Democrats scramble for a deal on a slimmed-down version of what was once a multi-trillion-dollar … more
WASHINGTON — U.S. lawmakers are working in an unusually bipartisan manner to boost federal funding across the government’s spate of defense, technology and international development … more
WASHINGTON — Donald Trump’s onetime adviser Steve Bannon has agreed to testify to the House Committee investigating last year’s storming of the U.S. Capitol, after the former … more
Commerce Secretary Gina Raimondo on Sunday predicted slower economic growth as the country grapples with inflation but said that won’t necessarily mean a recession, which is marked by two … more
A Florida woman allegedly kept her dead mother’s body on ice for weeks so she could keep cashing the elderly woman’s disability checks. Michele Hoskins, 64, has been charged with … more
WASHINGTON — President Joe Biden said he has asked his team to explore the possibility of declaring a public health emergency to safeguard abortion rights after the U.S. Supreme Court … more
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