Religious, civil rights leaders urge Congress to take actions to combat domestic terrorism
Apple's latest Magic keyboard, mouse and touchpad are now available to buy separately
Now you can buy the 24-inch iMac's sleek mouse or keyboard without splurging on a whole new computer. But no, not in cool colors.
Black man who says 2 white men attacked him, then was himself charged, slams prosecutor
"There's nothing more American than charging a Black man in his own attempted lynching," Vauhxx Booker said of the incident in Indiana.
US Covid-19: Utah will give KN95 masks to children as the Delta variant fuels hospitalizations nationwide
The surge of Covid-19 fueled by the Delta variant and low vaccination rates is sending the country backward in the pandemic, with hospitalizations reaching wintertime levels.
New charge against Georgia sheriff added in new indictment
ATLANTA (AP) — An Atlanta-area sheriff is facing an additional charge in a federal prosecution accusing him of violating the civil rights of people in his agency's custody by ordering that they be strapped into a restraint chair without justification...
First police videos released in Surfside condo collapse: Scenes of shock, confusion, chaos
Police search for 'endangered' 5-year-old missing since last week
Pentagon lockdown lifted after suspect shot by police near Metro bus platform
State Senate Members Call For Andrew Cuomo's Impeachment Amid Release of AG Report
Americans less confident they can protect themselves from COVID-19 in public: Gallup
Bubonic plague in chipmunks forces closure of top Lake Tahoe sites
What Women Owe One Another on Black Women's Equal Pay Day
Wisconsin Mural of Barack Obama Vandalized Beyond Repair
Trump-appointed judge says critical race theory doesn’t prohibit racism, it endorses it
US condemns attacks bearing 'hallmark' of Taliban
R. Kelly's lawyer concedes ‘sexual contact’ between singer and underaged wife Aaliyah — but then backtracks
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Biden is expected to announce a new eviction moratorium for places hard hit by the Delta variant
Lebanese officials knew of danger before deadly Beirut port explosion, according to Human Rights Watch report