NYC Cases Climb; Top Restaurants to Require Shots: Virus Update
Senate passes Capitol security bill, heading off August shortfalls
The $2.1 billion compromise bill addresses security shortfalls around the Capitol complex.
Battered but united: Puerto Rico’s tight-knit Jewish community grapples with Surfside tragedy
The Surfside building collapse in Florida killed three generations of a Jewish family known for harnessing the community's presence in Puerto Rico.
Nearly half of Republicans say 'a time will come when patriotic Americans have to take the law into their
A majority of Republicans (55%) said "the traditional American way of life is disappearing so fast we may have to use force to save it."
Disney World & Disneyland Reinstate Indoor Mask Mandate, Regardless of Vaccination Status
The returning rule will take effect on Friday, July 30, at both U.S. Disney parks amid a surge in COVID-19 cases in the U.S.
Nebraska largely scraps gender identity lessons after uproar
OMAHA, Neb. (AP) — Nebraska education officials announced Thursday that they have largely scrapped plans for gender identity lessons in public school curriculum after an uproar from conservatives who argued that the topics weren't appropriate for children....
Senate's proposed clean energy standard is a major win for health
People are dressing in disguise for COVID-19 vaccines, Missouri doctor says
Nikola founder Trevor Milton hit with securities fraud charges
Senate agrees to spend $2.1 billion on Capitol security and Afghan refugee aid
Despite Not Firing the Gun, Pa. Woman Charged in Murder of Man Shot and Killed by Her Boyfriend Outside Cheesesteak Joint in Philadelphia
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Playdate console preorders will not ship until 2022
Afghan forces repel Taliban attack on outskirts of western city
62 Percent of Voters See Biden Benefiting Middle Class, a Double-Digit Increase
Senate passes $2 billion Capitol security funding bill in response to January 6 insurrection
Prominent ICM partner Steve Alexander departs agency after L.A. Times investigation
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Despite Taliban Onslaught, Signs of Optimism Emerge in Afghanistan, Congressional Watchdog Says
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Hunter Biden's art massively overpriced, experts...