Blinken in Afghanistan to sell Biden troop withdrawal
Philippines' Duterte lifts ban on new mining deals
Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte officially lifted a nine-year ban on new mining projects Thursday, in a controversial move aimed at boosting state revenue and spurring investment in the country's coronavirus-devastated economy. The mining industry...
Body of missing LSU student Kori Gauthier found in Mississippi River, authorities say
A body recovered from the Mississippi River in St. John the Baptist Parish has been identified as missing LSU student Kori Gauthier, police say.
The Pandemic Remade Every Corner of Society. Now It's the Climate's Turn
The intertwining of the economy and climate change promises to alter the shape of global politics and society for the foreseeable future.
An Army sergeant who was filmed shoving a Black man has been charged with 3rd-degree assault
Jonathan Pentland's social media accounts list him working as a drill sergeant at the Fort Jackson garrison, according to the Associated Press.
Hundreds protest at Brooklyn Center Police Department for 4th night after shooting
Hundreds of people gathered outside the Brooklyn Center Police Department on Wednesday as protests over the killing of Daunte Wright continued for a fourth night.
Biden Pulls the Plug on Afghan War at Risk of Turmoil Ahead
For Joe Biden, withdrawing the remaining U.S. troops from Afghanistan was a recognition of the inevitable after 20 years of war with no clear victory in sight. The president’s critics argue it will obliterate American leverage over the Taliban and doom...
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U.S. to sanction Russia for alleged 2020 election interference and hacking campaign
Secretary of State Blinken visits Afghanistan day after US announces plans for withdrawal
Joe Biden Once Called Court-Packing 'Bonehead Idea': 'Terrible, Terrible Mistake'
Tax policy helped power-sector emissions fall 40 percent, can do more
End of Alabama battle could be months away as union plots Amazon challenge
Former EPA staff like what they see in new administrator
The former officer who killed Daunte Wright has been charged with manslaughter and released on bail. Local officials fortified her home.
Clare Balding reveals Prince Philip was 'absolutely charming'
Letters to the Editor: Don't freak out over the Johnson & Johnson vaccine pause
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Slack Connect: Amazing or annoying? Here's how to use it -- and how to turn it off
Where British Imperial Rule Lives On
Children selling newspapers, 1910.