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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.
US military only ‘marginally able’ to meet needs, think tank argues
The U.S. military is only “marginally” able to defend the country’s national interests at home and abroad, the conservative Heritage Foundation’s 2022 Index of U.S. Military Strength found.
Jan. 6 committee votes unanimously to recommend Steve Bannon for criminal prosecution
Tuesday's vote comes one day after Donald Trump filed a lawsuit attempting to stop the congressional investigation
Suppressed Ahmaud Arbery Documents Accidentally Shared by Court With Juror Pool
If jury candidates see the suppressed evidence, they may become ineligible to serve on the jury.
'Get out, get out, get out': Everyone survives after plane's 'horrific' failed takeoff in Texas
No one was seriously hurt when an airplane bound for Boston ran off a runway and burned Tuesday morning near Houston, authorities said.
Freshman fraternity member dies from 'presumed alcohol toxicity'
Cincinnati Zoo vaccinates 80 animals against COVID-19
A 10-year-old Black girl was arrested at school in Hawaii after allegedly drawing a photo of her bully, ACLU says
21 People Survive Fiery Plane Crash Near Texas Airport
Democrats abandon free community college as White House warns social safety net bill will shrink below $2T
East Sudan protests snarl trade, deepen economic woes
House hopes to defy history in criminal contempt case against Bannon
January 6 panel approves Steve Bannon criminal contempt report
Photo exhibit highlights Princess Diana’s life in never-before-seen images
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