Income test for Medicare dental under debate; gets pushback
FBI searches DC home of Russian oligarch with ties to Kremlin
The FBI on Tuesday searched the Washington, D.C., home of Oleg Deripaska, a Russian oligarch who had been previously sanctioned by the United States.
Cruz puts hold on Biden’s pick for Middle East lead at State
Barbara Leaf is the latest nominee to be targeted by the Texas senator.
Haitian gang reportedly seeks $17 million ransom for US missionaries and family members
A wide-ranging strike in protest of the abductions, violence and lawlessness consuming battered Haiti stretched into a second day Tuesday.
Austria driver sought after migrants found dead on bus
Austrian police are searching for the driver of a minibus after dozens were found crammed inside.
Mix-and-Match Covid Boosters: Why They Just Might Work
The Food and Drug Administration seems likely to allow Americans to switch vaccines when choosing a Covid-19 booster shot. That authorization, which could come this week, is the latest development in a long-running debate over whether a mix-and-match...
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Hochul dodges on Buffalo mayoral race endorsement, condemns Democratic chair’s KKK comments
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Biden's pick to run a key bank regulator runs into Democratic resistance in the Senate
Jelani Day funeral: Family still looking for answers on what led to his death
Reports: Mix-and-Match COVID-19 Booster Shot Authorization Imminent
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Mortgages tied to ‘green’ home improvements considered by UK
AirPods 3 are here, but can you trade in your old AirPods to save some money?
Rachel Levine Becomes First Transgender Four-Star Officer in Any Branch of Military: 'Profound Responsibility'
Accused January 6 rioter smoked weed in the Capitol and stole pieces of china and police gear on his way out, feds say
Iowa gubernatorial candidate urges 'critical conversation' on workers' needs amid John Deere strike
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Gang reportedly demands $17 million in exchange for kidnapped missionaries in Haiti
To catch a zebra, Maryland officials decide to use more zebras