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NASA’s return to the moon will have to wait a little longer after the first uncrewed launch of its Space Launch System rocket was scrubbed Monday morning due to an engine-related issue. … more
The U.S. Department of Justice said it already screened documents seized from Donald Trump’s Florida home for attorney-client privilege, potentially casting doubt on the former … more
PHILADELPHIA — President Joe Biden will give a prime-time speech Thursday from outside Independence Hall, warning about threats to democracy, as he makes a swing of appearances to boost … more
NEW YORK — Nate Coward didn’t ask questions when his company of the Army’s 3rd Infantry Regiment was called on to recover and bury the Pentagon’s dead after a jetliner blew a … more
Flooding in Pakistan from the highest rainfall in more than three decades has killed at least 1,000 people since June and caused more than $10 billion worth of damage.  The extreme weather … more
GLEN ROSE, Texas — As he methodically walks the rugged limestone terrain with nothing more than a meter stick, Glen Kuban talks fast, delving out millenniums of history in a matter of minutes. … more
WASHINGTON — Far from bogging down in a stalemate, the Russian invasion of Ukraine has evolved into an increasingly dangerous conflict as it passes the six-month mark, with fighting around … more
WASHINGTON — The Department of Justice has released a 2019 memo to then-Attorney General William Barr advising him not to pursue obstruction of justice charges against then-President Donald … more
PHILADELPHIA — A FedEx worker accidentally delivered 30 rifles intended for a private collector to Chester High School in suburban Philadelphia on Friday, according to Chester Police. The … more
TIJUANA, Mexico — Mexican federal authorities on Wednesday arrested David López Jiménez, who goes by the nickname "Cabo 20." He is accused of ordering the murder of Tijuana … more
U.S. forces carried out airstrikes in Syria against groups tied to Iran’s Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps, U.S. Central Command said, a move that comes as Washington and Tehran weigh a new … more
Life expectancy dropped in 2020 by nearly two years across the United States — mostly due to COVID-19 and drug overdoses, according to new data released by the Centers for Disease Control and … more
WASHINGTON — A high-powered task force is urging universal free meals for schoolchildren, removal of a ban on some felons receiving food stamps, and establishment of a “farmer … more
WASHINGTON — Working from home during the pandemic became a surprising success. Many workers enjoyed a better quality of life plus savings on commuting, office wardrobe and other expenses. … more
WASHINGTON — The White House’s annual update to its most recent budget forecasts shows a brighter near-term picture for federal finances but a gloomier outlook for inflation and economic … more
Gasoline prices are on the biggest streak of declines since 2015, a relief for both consumers and President Joe Biden who has made fighting inflation a central theme ahead of November midterm … more
President Joe Biden reportedly plans to announce a long-awaited plan to forgive up to $10,000 in student loans and extend the COVID-19 pause in repayments one more time. After months of … more
NEW YORK — The Trump Organization’s long-serving financial gatekeeper pleaded guilty to 15 felonies on Thursday and directly implicated Donald Trump’s family real estate business in … more
In what appears to be the first documented instance of monkeypox spreading from humans to animals, a dog was likely infected with the virus by its owners in France, scientists say. The … more
Applications for U.S. unemployment insurance fell for the first time in three weeks, suggesting demand for labor remains healthy. Initial unemployment claims decreased by 2,000 to 250,000 in the … more
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