McConnell vows no GOP help with debt limit hike
Two more people die with Covid-19 on Isle of Man
Four people have died with Covid in the last five days, taking the total island death toll to 33.
Justice Department IG couldn't find evidence of FBI Clinton probe leaks to Giuliani
The Justice Department inspector general could not find evidence that FBI employees leaked non-public information to Rudy Giuliani about the Hillary Clinton email investigation in the lead-up to the 2016 election, according to a new report.
DNA from 32,000 year-old brown bear shows they lived near Tokyo
Researchers have taken DNA from a brown bear that lived around 32,000 years ago found on the island of Honshu that suggests it once lived near present-day Tokyo.
Sen. Lindsey Graham says he urged Trump to 'speak up' about vaccines after 'pretty tough days' following COVID-19 diagnosis
"No one's being asked to go off to fight radical Islam or fight a foreign enemy. We're being asked to make responsible medical decisions," he told AP.
White House, state AGs seek ways to hold manufacturers, dealers responsible for gun crimes
Saudi case against Twitter user may have its roots in US
Donald Trump Asks 'Dedicated' Supporters To Pay To Carry Misspelled 'Trump Offical Card'
Site of ancient Olympics saved as Greek firefighters battle flames
Regretting mask ban, Arkansas governor becomes GOP outlier
'Squad'-backed Dem Jessica Cisneros to run against Rep. Cuellar, moderate critical of Biden on immigration
Cuomo Impeachment Inquiry 'Nearing Completion,' State Assembly Says
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Longtime AFL-CIO President Richard Trumka Dies at 72
Editorial: Ohio, Ohio, Ohio: Lessons from the onetime swing state for Democrats and Republicans
New York Daily News
Current mortgage rates for Aug. 5, 2021: Rates drop
AFL-CIO President Richard Trumka, a leader for labor rights in Washington, dies at 72
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Jen Psaki tries to spin Biden out of a constitutional crisis
Brian Kilmeade Snipes at Steve Doocy for ‘Recommending’ Vaccines