IMF: Afghanistan economic woes to hurt neighbours
Cincinnati Zoo vaccinates 80 animals against COVID-19
The Cincinnati Zoo announced Monday that 80 of its animals have received two doses of a COVID-19 vaccine designed for veterinary use.
Alyssa Milano arrested during voting rights protest outside of the White House
Alyssa Milano was arrested on Tuesday while protesting outside the White House. The actress was advocating for voting rights.
Pixel 6 first look: Google's Tensor chip, $599 price, new cameras and more
The new Pixel 6 marks the biggest yearly update from Google for its phones.
Freshman fraternity member dies from 'presumed alcohol toxicity'
A freshman at the University of Kentucky died from "presumed alcohol toxicity" Monday night after he was found unresponsive at his fraternity house.
21 Chicago police officers on no-pay status for refusing to disclose COVID-19 vaccine status
Twenty-one Chicago police officers are on no-pay status for their refusal to disclose if they have been vaccinated against COVID-19 in compliance with a city mandate.
Blinken Calls Venezuela Move to Leave Mexico Talks ‘Unfortunate’
Republican Rep. Jeff Fortenberry indicted on charges of lying to the FBI
Fox’s Neil Cavuto tests positive for COVID-19
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Pa. Babysitter Allegedly Stabs Kid's Mom to Death, Then Calls Police: 'Why Did I Do That?'
Trial over killing of HIV activist begins in Greece
Trump Defends Jeff Fortenberry, Calls Mark Zuckerberg 'A Criminal': 'Is There No Justice'
Newsom expands California drought emergency statewide
This is America: 1961, the year young activists helped change the course of American history
Biden focuses on climate, families in trimmed $2T plan
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House hopes to defy history in criminal contempt case against Bannon
Steve Bannon Just Might Be Accidentally Saving America