Biden has given 10 one-on-one press interviews in his first year
Number of Confederate monuments linked to number of lynchings, study finds
Places with more Confederate monuments tend to also have a history of more lynchings, according to a new study by researchers at the University of Virginia.
Moderna COVID vaccine booster shot gets an early thumbs-up, but it's not a done deal. What to know
Early signs may favor the booster dose for Moderna's COVID-19 vaccine. Here's what happened on Thursday and what it means for you.
Bitcoin-mining power plant raises ire of environmentalists
Environmentalists aren't happy with the power plant's use.
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Building back better requires a firmer fiscal foundation
Like any household or business, the nation must address its needs and wants in the context of a sustainable budget.
Maine liberal arts college prohibits caste-based discrimination
A private liberal arts college in Maine is prohibiting caste-based discrimination, a system based on inherited wealth and social status.
Kyrsten Sinema pads campaign coffers with even more Big Pharma funds, new FEC filing shows
Biden Backs Broad-Range Economic Plan With No 10-Year Guarantees
Biden: 'Democracy survived' Capitol riot because of police
Biden said being a cop is 'one hell of a lot harder than it's ever been' in speech honoring fallen officers
U.S. Will Accept Mixed Doses of Vaccines from International Travelers When Borders Reopen
Deputy fatally shot, 2 injured at Houston nightclub shooting
Thousands of pro-military protesters rally in Sudan capital
Company sued for allegedly funneling 4.8 million scam robocalls to Indiana residents
Netflix fired an employee who leaked information about David Chappelle's special
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Ivermectin-Crazy Physician Assistant’s License Is Suspended
‘She Died a Violent Death’: Sheriff Says Florida Man Who Killed 74-Year-Old Adoptive Mother Is Now on the Run