Suspects in murder of Haiti president sent to prison amid concerns of rights violations
Biden administration issues new targeted moratorium on evictions for areas hit hardest by COVID-19
The White House has previously said it lacks the legal authority to extend the eviction moratorium following a recent Supreme Court ruling.
Rare Pygmy Chameleon Believed to Be Extinct Found 'Clinging to Survival' in Malawi
The Chapman's pygmy chameleon was discovered in just three locations by a team from the South African National Biodiversity Institute (SANBI) and the Museums of Malawi
RESULTS: Nina Turner and Shontel Brown face off in a high-profile Ohio special House election
Turner and Brown are the frontrunners in the most significant intraparty election fight yet of the Democratic Party under President Joe Biden.
Missouri governor pardons Mark and Patricia McCloskey
Missouri Gov. Mike Parson pardoned Mark and Patricia McCloskey, the governor's office announced Tuesday.
Russia, China See Eye-to-Eye on Approach to End Israeli-Palestinian Fighting
The Taliban is advancing in Afghanistan. Could Biden change his mind on US withdrawal?
FBI used female staffers’ photos for undercover stings, watchdog finds
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Judge blocks Texas governor's order limiting immigrant transport
Federal Judge Blocks Texas Gov. Abbott’s Immigration Order
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F.D.A. Aims to Give Final Approval to Pfizer Vaccine by Early Next Month
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CDC Issues New Eviction Moratorium Amid Standoff Between White House and Progressive Democrats
Hospitalizations in Nevada break last summer's record
Scientists launching Blob the slime mold into space
Judge blocks Texas troopers from stopping migrant transports
Missouri Governor Pardons Gun-Toting Lawyer Couple Who Pointed Firearms at Black Lives Matter Protesters
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It was the deadliest assault on Latinos in modern U.S. history. Many say little has changed.
New eviction moratorium in much of US as Delta variant spreads