Impeachment imminent: New York Assembly gives Cuomo one week deadline as probe to end soon
Your iPhone is designed in California, but made in China. It's likely to stay that way
"Made in America" is rare, even though polls show Americans want it.
Fact check: Police, mayor say there is no active serial killer in the Atlanta area
Atlanta police say claims that an active serial killer was behind the killings of two women are false.
Arkansas Mass Quarantine Offers Grim Warning to School Systems Without Mask Mandates
The state is one of a handful that blocked school districts from mandating the use of masks in schools. Within days of reopening, hundreds were quarantined.
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Best computer monitors of 2021
We've been testing seven of the highest-rated monitors over the past month to find the best computer monitor for work — or play — which we ultimately whittled down to three top picks.
Woman in San Francisco leans out of car window brandishing AK-47
Deadly six foot long West African banded cobra loose in Texas
Rwanda troops in Mozambique claim progress against jihadists
2 school districts sue Arkansas over mask mandate ban
Biden allows some Hong Kong residents to stay in U.S. amid Beijing crackdown
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Pennsylvania school official faces calls to resign after booting anti-CRT parent from meeting
Bipartisan $550B infrastructure bill nears critical Senate vote
Richard Trumka, longtime AFL-CIO president, dies aged 72
‘He Was Vicious About It’: Man Accused of Murdering of Husband and Wife Landlords Execution Style, Setting Kentucky Home on Fire
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AFL-CIO President Richard Trumka, a leader for labor rights in Washington, dies at 72
LGBTQ Organizations Request Meeting With DaBaby to Educate Him After Homophobic Comments
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State Dep. Investigating Missing $5,800 Bottle of Japanese Whiskey Gifted to Mike Pompeo
Regretting mask ban, Arkansas governor becomes GOP outlier