USDA rethinks approach to controlling salmonella in poultry
Norway attack victims were killed by stabbings, not arrows, police say
The five victims of last week's attack in Norway were all stabbed to death, rather than killed by bow-and-arrow as previously thought, police said Monday.
A Reader Remembers Bobby McIlvaine
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McCarthy predicts more House Democratic retirements to come ahead of 2022 midterms
Amid the rise in the number of House Democrats not running for reelection in next year's midterms as their party tries to hold on to its fragile majority in the chamber, House GOP leader Rep. Kevin McCarthy is predicting there will be plenty more to come....
North Korea Likely Fired First Submarine Missile Since 2019
North Korea appears to have fired a submarine-launched ballistic missile for the first time in two years, adding to a series of tests demonstrating Kim Jong Un’s pursuit of nuclear-capable weapons that can evade U.S. interceptors.
Trump sits for deposition in lawsuit brought by demonstrators alleging assault
Former President Trump sat for a deposition Monday at Trump Tower in New York City, said an attorney for the plaintiffs suing him over an alleged assault.
Trump tore into a GOP senator who said he wouldn't vote for him in 2024 and called for a senility test for US leaders
Harris tests her appeal to black churches — and limits of IRS rules
Big corporations that claim to support voting rights are still funding right-wing state AGs
Facebook to roll out features on state elections
New AirPods 3: How to customize the case for free when you buy online
Take Five: Adam Kinzinger
Siena poll finds Gov. Hochul leads likely Dem contenders, crime biggest issue for voters
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Singapore expands quarantine-free travel for vaccinated passengers
FBI part of 'coordinated US government effort' to free missionaries kidnapped in Haiti, White House says
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Pentagon Could Receive $10B More Than Requested Amid Infrastructure Fight
'Engineer' of endless war: Iraqis remember Colin Powell