Taliban take much of provincial capital in south Afghanistan
Premarket stocks: Oil companies are wooing skeptical investors with cash
Wall Street isn't convinced that the world's biggest oil firms can successfully overhaul their businesses as the climate crisis accelerates.
Vaccine Uptake Skyrockets in States Hit by COVID Delta Surge
Vaccination figures are rebounding from recent slumps in states' hit hardest by the Delta variant, Newsweek analysis shows, although some started from a low base.
Elon Musk shares photos of SpaceX engineers fitting 29 engines to Starship before its first attempt at orbit
Musk, CEO of SpaceX, posted a photo of him holding his child with Starship's Super Heavy booster in the background.
Editorial: Keep bad cops out of town
The California Legislature has encountered steep resistance to the most basic form of standard-setting for police: Decertification. It's time for cops to drop their opposition.
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Biden team calls for “out-organizing” voter suppression — activists say that's insulting
As banks push AI, worry about worsening inequality follows
Feehery: Making DC's local government more accountable
Mollie Tibbetts murder case: Judge denies Cristhian Bahena Rivera's request for new trial
It’s hard to be a moral person. Technology is making it harder.
How to use the new and improved Microsoft Teams in Windows 11
Families of mass shooting victims sue maker of 100-round magazine used by gunman
Giraffes stop reproducing early to care for grandchildren, study finds
Tencent Weighs Kids Games Ban After ‘Spiritual Opium’ Rebuke
Biden mask flip-flop could flush vaccine progress 'down the drain,' officials fear
White House asks states to aid renters as CDC can’t extend eviction moratorium
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3 shot, including suspect, after a gunman opened fire at a Smile Direct Club warehouse in Antioch, Tennessee
Senators introduce bill to push White House on 'Havana syndrome' investigation