McAuliffe rolls out ad invoking Charlottesville riots in latest effort to tie Youngkin to Trump
New AirPods 3: How to customize the case for free when you buy online
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'Dune' is nearly here. The stakes are high for devoted fans — and a fragile box office
Donald Riggs has been obsessed with Frank Herbert’s novel "Dune" for more than 40 years.
North Korea Likely Fired First Submarine Missile Since 2019
North Korea appears to have fired a submarine-launched ballistic missile for the first time in two years, adding to a series of tests demonstrating Kim Jong Un’s pursuit of nuclear-capable weapons that can evade U.S. interceptors.
Big corporations that claim to support voting rights are still funding right-wing state AGs
Coke, GM, AT&T pay "lip service" to voting rights while funding GOP vote-suppression forces, says watchdog group
Trump tore into a GOP senator who said he wouldn't vote for him in 2024 and called for a senility test for US leaders
Trump launched a series of insults at Cassidy, declaring "he could not even be elected dog catcher today, the great people curse him."
Colin Powell had mixed legacy among some African Americans
McCarthy predicts more House Democratic retirements to come ahead of 2022 midterms
Saudi Arabia to launch enormous oil rig theme park
Real-life 'Speed' as Man Driving Truck Says If He Stops It Will Explode
Harris tests her appeal to black churches — and limits of IRS rules
Trump sues to block release of Jan. 6 records to Congress
Russia bans male 'extremist' group for online hate
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When Fakeness Is a Good Thing
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Johnson urges green investment in post-Brexit Britain
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