Cornyn cuts a deal with White House on COVID-19 money for infrastructure
Apple will report images of child sexual abuse detected on iCloud to law enforcement
Apple started testing the system on Thursday, but most U.S. iPhone users won't be part of it until an iOS 15 update later this year, Apple said.
Biden touts electric vehicle goals as boon for climate, economy and jobs
President Biden on Thursday announced plans to reduce greenhouse gas emissions from cars and trucks, including goals to sell more electric vehicles by 2030.
Just 4% of Hispanic or Latino people prefer the term 'Latinx,' new Gallup poll finds
The use of the term "Latinx" has been a divisive issue for some time -- and a new poll shows that it's the least popular signifier among Hispanic and Latino people.
Should the COVID-19 Vaccine Be Required for All Americans?
As COVID-19 vaccine mandates spark controversy, two public health experts debate blanket requirements.
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Richard Trumka Has Died. Few Could Match His Clout in Labor Politics
Bear Cub Injured in California Wildfire Escapes Rescue: 'We Need to Locate Him As Soon As Possible'
Tennessee Jury Finds Sgt. Daniel Baker‘s Killer Guilty of All Charges, Including First-Degree Murder
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Maryland Gov. Hogan Declines to Impose Statewide Mask Mandate: 'Will Not Eradicate Threat'
Florida Hospitals Strained; FDA’s Booster Plan: Virus Update
Blinken to diplomats on 'Havana Syndrome': 'I wish we had more answers'
Sen. Marco Rubio sounds off against in-flight TikTok
St. Louis man wants his guns back after governor's pardon
NYC mayoral candidate Curtis Sliwa’s anti-COVID vaccine mandate rally interrupted by pro-mask protesters
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Justice Department opens civil rights investigation into Phoenix police
Air Force aircraft land on Michigan highway
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Virgin Galactic restarting space tickets from $450,000
Mary Trump says Trump used his infamous 'it is what it is' dismissal when she brought up concerns about her father's burial