Marjorie Taylor Greene Steps Up National America First Strategy
Families of Parkland mass shooting victims reach $25 million settlement with school district
The Broward School District will pay the families of 52 people who were killed, injured, or traumatized in the 2018 shooting at Marjory Stone Douglas High School.
Chinese Movie About U.S. Military Defeat Set to Break Box Office Records
Korean War epic "The Battle at Lake Changjin" recouped more than its $200 million production budget on its opening day this month.
U.K.’s Boris Johnson Predicts Difficult Winter as Covid Deaths Rise
U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson predicted a difficult winter due to coronavirus and other pressures on the National Health Service, as his government acknowledged worsening data in its pandemic response.
Trump admits he didn't go all-out to push Republicans to vote in the Georgia Senate runoffs because he was 'angry' over losing the election, book says
"They didn't want to vote, because they knew they got screwed in the presidential election," Trump said of Georgia's Republican voters.
On school reading lists, Gary Paulsen's 'Hatchet' isn't just required, it's desired
Teachers and librarians praise the adventures of Paulsen, who died last week at age 82, for both expanding minds and bringing in reluctant readers.
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UK terror-prevention program questioned after lawmaker slain
Gang reportedly demands $17 million in exchange for kidnapped missionaries in Haiti
Haiti kidnapping: Gang wants $17 million ransom for American and Canadian missionaries
ER Crowding Threatens a Health Care House of Cards
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Capitol police officer pleads not guilty to obstruction charges over messages with rioter
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'Glad we are nothing like you': Australian leader blasts Ted Cruz on 'COVID tyranny' remark
Steele dismisses James Bond comparisons -- but dossier did leave him shaken, stirred
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Two dead, 450 arrested in Chile protest violence
Barney Frank Looks Back—And Forward—After Decades of LGBTQ Advocacy