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The latest swing of senior U.S. officials through Asia indicates the Biden administration is taking a humbler tone in the region than the former president, with U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken … more
WASHINGTON — The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommended Tuesday that some people vaccinated against COVID-19 resume wearing face masks indoors as new data indicates fully … more
President Joe Biden said he is weighing a requirement for federal workers to get vaccinated as the highly contagious delta variant spreads throughout the U.S. A COVID-19 vaccine mandate for … more
The world’s largest retailer announced Tuesday it will pay 100% of all college tuition and books for its associates in the U.S. Walmart’s Live Better U (LBU) education program … more
CHARLOTTE, N.C. — A prank war in one North Carolina town has prompted warnings from local authorities about the potentially deadly consequences after several people called the police. The … more
After evacuating from the growing Tamarack fire over the weekend, homeowners in Markleeville, California, were relieved to find their house still standing, but they found a surprise in their … more
WASHINGTON — U.S. Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene and two other lawmakers are suing Speaker Nancy Pelosi and the House sergeant-at-arms over fines they received for violating rules on wearing a … more
WASHINGTON — Officers who fought to defend the Capitol from insurrectionists on Jan. 6 recounted in vivid and disturbing detail how close they came to death, what lasting effects they live with … more
WASHINGTON — As thousands of anti-regime protesters gathered outside the White House just before midnight Monday to mark the 26th of July with a candlelight vigil, Alex Perez and Chris Cruz … more
AUSTIN, Texas — When Gov. Greg Abbott issued a directive to the regulators of Texas' power grid earlier this month, he did something that could be considered unthinkable for a state chief … more
Tunisia’s president sacked the government and suspended parliament, plunging the brittle North African democracy into its most serious political crisis since protesters launched the Arab Spring … more
When Erin Babnik awoke on the morning of Nov. 8, 2018, in Paradise, California, she thought the reddish glow outside was a hazy sunrise. But the faint light soon gave way to darkness as smoke from … more
Eight teenagers were stuck on the top of a New Mexico roller coaster for about two hours following a ride malfunction over the weekend, fire officials said. The riders were eventually brought to … more
WASHINGTON — The U.S. is moving in the “wrong direction” in combating a new wave of COVID-19, and a booster vaccine shot may be needed especially for the most vulnerable, said … more
WASHINGTON – President Joe Biden said Monday that “no serious economist” is suggesting price increases could spiral out of control, as he sought to reassure Americans that the … more
LOS ANGELES — Before his corpse was dumped in a shallow grave 50 miles north of Los Angeles, Mauricio Ismael Gonzalez-Ramirez was held prisoner at one of the hundreds of black-market pot farms … more
BISHOP, Calif. — Inside federal Ranger Chris Mason’s patrol truck, the radio crackled with alarming news: People were seen lugging bags of heavy equipment into a protected site containing … more
China isn’t happy with the “incomplete map” NBC Universal showed during the Tokyo Olympics opening ceremony Friday. The demonstration, which featured neither self-ruled Taiwan … more
TOKYO — Here’s what you should know about Arisa Tsubata, the woman who ran on a treadmill at the beginning of the Olympic opening ceremony Friday. She is a nurse who worked at a Tokyo … more
ATLANTA — After 33 years, an arrest has been made in the murder of 8-year-old Joshua Harmon, who was found dead in the woods near the apartment complex where his family lived in suburban … more
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