Israel Conducts Airstrikes in Gaza as New Violence Flares
Hillary Clinton says Republicans have been flirting with Putin's authoritarianism by denying 2020 election
"We don't have Trump being...a spokesperson for Putin any longer. We have a president who will stand up and defend American interests," Clinton said.
Watch astronauts give the International Space Station a power boost
On Wednesday morning, NASA astronaut Shane Kimbrough and European Space Agency astronaut Thomas Pesquet will conduct a spacewalk to begin the installation of new solar arrays. The panels will help provide a power boost to the space station.
6 injured in Missouri boat explosion
Five people, including a 12-year-old and a 16-year-old, were seriously injured, the Missouri State Highway Patrol said. A 2-year-old's injuries were described as minor.
Joe Biden, Vladimir Putin meet in Geneva for first face-to-face summit
Biden's first trip abroad as president ends with talks with the Russian president expected to focus on nuclear arms, cyber attacks and human rights.
Eviction ban on firms in rent debt is extended
The government's ban on landlords evicting companies in rent debt will now end in March 2022
COVID hits Ecuador doctors who delayed wedding to treat sick
8 Royal Caribbean crew members test positive for COVID-19, delaying inaugural sailing
Texas becomes latest state to ban critical race theory
How L.A.'s indie bookstores survived the pandemic
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J.D. Power Names Best Car Insurance Companies in the U.S. for 2021
Mortgage rates for June 16, 2021: Rates go flat
Finance not discussed at climate talks: UN chief
‘Potential crisis for democracy’: Threats to election workers could spur mass retirements
NASA is returning to Venus to learn whether the planet was ever habitable in the past
How the vaccine changed bartending, according to a bartender
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