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LODGE POLE, Mont. — For the first several months of the pandemic, the residents of the Fort Belknap Indian Reservation were spared by their seclusion in the plains of northern Montana. But when … more
Taliban leaders marched into Kabul on Sunday as they prepare to take full control of Afghanistan, 20 years after they were removed by the U.S. military. The militant group said it’s occupied … more
LOS ANGELES — The U.S. Marines dispatched Zak Lara to Afghanistan a decade ago, stationing him in Helmand province, where he guarded against Taliban advances and trained Afghan soldiers in … more
ORLANDO, Fla. — A 21-year-old Altamonte Springs woman was fatally shot on Wednesday by a toddler who found a loaded gun while she was on a Zoom conference call, according to the police … more
WASHINGTON — A planned rally next month on the U.S. Capitol grounds that organizers say is intended to peacefully demand “justice” for hundreds of “political prisoners” … more
WASHINGTON — Former U.S. President Donald Trump appealed a court order instructing his accountants to release certain financial records of his business to a congressional committee. A U.S. … more
A Pennsylvania man was arrested Wednesday after police pulled a frozen human head out of his freezer, according to the Lancaster Bureau of Police. Donald Meshey Jr., 32, allegedly told a witness … more
LOS ANGELES — Britney Spears’ dad has agreed to honor his daughter’s repeated requests and step down as conservator of her estate, capping a turbulent 13-year run at the helm of the … more
Over the years, despite everything, Herat had the feel of a sanctuary. Now, with the Taliban claiming its capture, Afghanistan’s third-largest city is among the insurgents’ biggest … more
A growing chorus of public health experts and educators are calling for COVID-19 vaccine mandates for teachers, but several states with high case rates ban such measures, and teachers unions have yet … more
A Santa Barbara, California, father suspected of killing his two children in Mexico told the FBI he was a QAnon adherent and had to kill them because they had been infected with serpent DNA and he … more
Applications for U.S. state unemployment benefits dropped for the third week in a row, another incremental advance in the labor market’s recovery. Initial unemployment claims in regular … more
FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. – Tropical Storm Fred will weaken to depression strength Wednesday as it passes over the mountainous territory of the Dominican Republic, the National Hurricane Center … more
NEW YORK — Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s resignation Tuesday set the stage for what could prove to be a political free for all next year when candidates vying for governor slug it out to see who … more
WASHINGTON — President Joe Biden said he has no plan to reverse the withdrawal of U.S. troops from Afghanistan despite advances by the Taliban, arguing that the Afghan army must fight for … more
WASHINGTON — Former President Donald Trump may still wield the most political power over the Republican Party, but Mitch McConnell remains master of the Senate GOP. Despite repeated calls by … more
Anthony Fauci, the top U.S. infectious disease expert, said state and local governments should require teachers to get vaccinated against COVID-19. As back-to-school season approaches and the … more
Hospitals across the U.S. are parceling out beds for COVID patients, hunting for doctors and nurses as the delta variant sweeps coast to coast. The disease is outstripping any mitigation measures. … more
The White House is vetting acting Solicitor General Elizabeth Prelogar to be nominated for the job on a permanent basis, according to two former SG’s office attorneys. Prelogar, an appellate … more
A pair of Chicago brothers were hit with felony charges Monday after a traffic stop Saturday night in West Englewood ended in tragedy, with Chicago police Officer Ella French fatally shot and her … more
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