At Least 11 People Dead, More Than a Dozen Others Injured After Van Crashes on Texas Highway
At least 10 dead after van carrying migrants crashes in South Texas, authorities say
At least 10 people are dead, including the driver, after a van carrying migrants crashed Wednesday on a remote Texas highway, authorities said.
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Defense Sec. wants to require U.S. troops to get coronavirus vaccine
Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin's 'inclination is towards making the COVID-19 vaccine mandatory,' after President Biden told the Pentagon to look into how and when it would happen.
Google accused again of price-fixing with Facebook in proposed class-action suit
The complaint says Facebook was given "special information" for online advertising auctions.
Majority of New York state Assembly support beginning process to impeach Cuomo: AP
10 dead after overloaded van believed to be carrying at least 2 dozen crashes in south Texas
Mexico Sues Gun Companies in U.S., Accusing Them of Fueling Violence
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Drummer Charlie Watts likely to miss Rolling Stones' tour
China Tells U.S. 'Enough with Sanctions!' and Pledges to Support Cuba
Media Organizations Cite Justice Scalia in Bid to ‘Unseal’ Identities of Jurors Who Convicted Derek Chauvin of Murder
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Cuomo Struggles to Hang On to Power as N.Y. Awaits Next Move
US coronavirus: If you're not protected against Covid-19, the virus 'will find you, it will infect you,' expert says
New York City to mandate vaccines for indoor restaurants, gyms, performances
K9 cuddles bring joy to kids at Chile hospital
Mississippi has only 6 open ICU beds, Arkansas only 25 as delta variant fuels Covid surge
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Plain sailing: Boating holidays on the rise across the UK
The State Department is investigating the location of a $5,800 bottle of whiskey that Japanese officials gifted to Mike Pompeo