Media attorney: It's time to release names of Chauvin jurors
US planning to expand coronavirus testing, Fauci says
Coronavirus testing in the United States is down from where is has been at previous points in the pandemic. However, health officials are working to get those numbers up again.
DeSantis, White House Trade Barbs as Florida Covid Cases Climb
Florida Governor Ron DeSantis had a heated exchange with the White House on Wednesday amid a surge of coronavirus hospitalizations and deaths in his state that’s prompted a political clash over mask mandates and vaccine requirements.
Minnesota School District Ban on 'All Lives Matter' Signs Violates First Amendment: Lawsuit
"We are committed to creating inclusive and affirming school communities where every student experiences a strong sense of belonging and feels valued," superintendent Michael Baumann said.
The first woman has passed Naval Special Warfare's selection course. Here's the grueling 72-hour final test it took to do it.
The sailor will become a Special Warfare Combatant-Craft crewman, one of the smallest special-operations career fields.
U.S. plans to require COVID-19 shots for foreign travelers
Revealed: Dems took millions from real estate developers before allowing eviction moratorium to end
'Watch your crossfire': Videos show wild Chicago police shooting
Media Organizations Cite Justice Scalia in Bid to ‘Unseal’ Identities of Jurors Who Convicted Derek Chauvin of Murder
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Manhattan DA Vance among prosecutors seeking info on Cuomo sexual harassment claims
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Assailant in Pentagon police killing was booted out of Marines, recently arrested
Apple's upcoming iPhone 13 is rumored have a longer battery life
Biden administration planning to require foreign visitors be fully vaccinated
CVS no longer administering J&J shots in many locations
Ron DeSantis Plays Disaster Politics as Florida Again Reels From Coronavirus
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Cryptocurrency tax changes spark clash between White House, key Democratic senator
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Brazil high court orders Bolsonaro investigated for 'vote fraud' claims
Chicago police officers raiding the wrong house pointed guns at two young girls, then tried to cover it up, lawsuit alleges