Acting Boston Mayor walked back her comparison of COVID-19 vaccine credentials to slavery-era freedom papers
World's oldest COIN MINT is discovered in China
Archaeologists made the discovery during excavations at Guanzhuang, a city and administrative centre of the Zheng state - a regional power before the rise of Imperial China.
Biden's once-warm relationship with Cuomo grows chilly
The relationship between the president and the New York governor had run deep, reflecting a bond both personal and political.
Two Belarus coaches kicked out of Olympics over Tsimanouskaya removal
Two Belarusian coaches have been stripped of their Tokyo Olympics passes over an alleged attempt to force a sprinter to fly home after she criticised team officials. The International Olympic Committee said it had removed the accreditations of Artur Shimak...
GOP Rep. Madison Cawthorn calls NC school district mask mandate 'psychological child abuse'
North Carolina GOP Rep. Madison Cawthorn spoke against a school mask mandate during a school boarding meeting Thursday, equating it to child abuse.
NJ governor to require masks for K-12 students, school staff
Trump urges supporters to buy misspelled "membership" cards with image resembling Nazi logo
Blinken acknowledges 'growing concerns' about Havana syndrome, to meet affected staff
Disgraced Theranos Founder Elizabeth Holmes Welcomes First Baby Ahead of Criminal Fraud Trial
COVID delta variant fears spur booster shot plans around the world. The latest update
Garland urges Congress to protect voting rights
Ransomware Attack Forces Indiana Hospital to Turn Ambulances Away
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Former Oregon school custodian accused of planning 'mass casualty event,' police say
Prosecutors Seek the Death Penalty for Chad Daybell: His Alleged Crimes Show An ‘Utter Disregard for Human Life’
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Idaho prosecutors seek death penalty for Chad Daybell over alleged murder of former wife, two stepchildren
Ashli Babbitt family lawyer says officer killed her in 'ambush' without warning
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City of L.A. shuts down Lincoln Heights night market after complaints
A man went to jail for refusing to leave his cabin of 27 years on someone else's land. Then, it burned down.