Suspects in murder of Haiti president sent to prison amid concerns of rights violations
Biden administration issues new targeted moratorium on evictions for areas hit hardest by COVID-19
The White House has previously said it lacks the legal authority to extend the eviction moratorium following a recent Supreme Court ruling.
Missouri governor pardons the McCloskeys, couple who waved guns at protesters
The couple were recorded in June 2020 brandishing guns at peaceful Black Lives Matter protesters as they passed by their mansion in St. Louis.
State, local aid bottlenecks leave renters exposed
Lawmakers made clear they were losing patience with the pace of aid delivery but they offered few solutions for the long-running problem.
Federal Judge Denies Texas Gov. Greg Abbott's Order Blocking Transportation of Migrants
The executive order directed state troopers to stop vehicles "who pose a risk of carrying COVID-19."
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Judge blocks Texas troopers from stopping migrant transports
Rare Pygmy Chameleon Believed to Be Extinct Found 'Clinging to Survival' in Malawi
Massachusetts cop fired after using criminal database to look up women
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F.D.A. Aims to Give Final Approval to Pfizer Vaccine by Early Next Month
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Cuomo Faces Day of Reckoning Over Sexual Abuse Claims
Federal Judge Blocks Texas Gov. Abbott’s Immigration Order
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New eviction moratorium in much of US as Delta variant spreads
Help or 'get out of the way,' Biden says to governors on combatting pandemic
The Taliban is advancing in Afghanistan. Could Biden change his mind on US withdrawal?
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Missouri Governor Pardons Gun-Toting Lawyer Couple Who Pointed Firearms at Black Lives Matter Protesters
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