Media attorney: It's time to release names of Chauvin jurors
US aircraft saw suspected Iranian gunmen take something from a hijacked tanker during 7-hour incident: official
A US official said that the situation looked like a shakedown and had "all the hallmarks of international piracy."
U.S. Weighs Requiring Vaccinations for All Foreign Visitors
The U.S. is considering a plan to require all foreign visitors to be vaccinated for the coronavirus, according to a White House official.
Column: How 2.8 million California voters nearly banned gay teachers from public schools
The recent deaths of Sally Gearhart and former Sen. John Briggs are a reminder of the epic battle over Proposition 6 in 1978.
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Assailant in Pentagon police killing was booted out of Marines, recently arrested
The man who killed a Pentagon police officer outside the Pentagon Tuesday was a U.S. Marines washout and had recently been arrested in Georgia.
Police arrest man accused of leaving Molotov cocktails at LA Metro station
The Hill's Sustainability Report: In Southeast Asia, farmers plant shrubs, harvest metals
Help or 'get out of the way,' Biden says to GOP governors on combatting pandemic
Pa. Prosecutor to Seek Death Penalty for Accused Murderer of Motorcycle-Riding Couple, Citing ‘Nature of the Killings’: Report
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Pakistan says Afghans must compromise for peace settlement
Revealed: Dems took millions from real estate developers before allowing eviction moratorium to end
America's Children Head Back to School Amid Growing Uncertainty
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Chicago police officers raiding the wrong house pointed guns at two young girls, then tried to cover it up, lawsuit alleges
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Florida's executive order does not actually ban mask mandates in schools, legal experts say
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Texas GOP Official Mocked COVID Five Days Before He Died of Virus
Cryptocurrency tax changes spark clash between White House, key Democratic senator