Dem divisions linger in last lap of spending talks
Americans stood up to racism in 1961 and changed history. This is their fight, in their words.
In 1961, activists and civil rights groups banded together en masse like never before to end legal segregation and expand voting access.
Voting rights: Biden says US facing an inflection point in the battle for the soul of America
President Joe Biden cast the fight for voting rights in sweeping terms Thursday after the Senate failed to advance a bill on the matter this week, casting blame on Republicans for stymieing the effort in the Senate.
Elephants Evolved to Escape Human Poaching
But at what cost?
Haitian gang leader threatens to 'put a bullet in the heads' of kidnapped American missionaries if ransom isn't paid
A notorious Haitian gang is demanding a ransom payment of $1 million for each of the 17 missionaries who were abducted last weekend.
Angry Snapping Turtle Hagar the Horrible Finds New Home
The National Turtle Sanctuary in Britain hopes to provide a home for abandoned turtles of varying species.
China brought the first moon rocks back to Earth in 45 years. They hint at mysterious volcanic eruptions.
'Dirty business': California proposes largest oil drilling buffer zone in US
Michigan Woman Arrested in Connection with Horrific Quadruple Homicide
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Should Aging Government Leaders Have to Pass Cognitive Tests to Serve?
Former Plastic Surgeon Confesses to Murdering His Wife More Than 3 Decades After Conviction
Biden Says ‘White Supremacy’ Drove Trump’s Jan. 6 Rioters
Fed imposes sweeping new limits on policymakers' investments
At the Races: Quarterly clues
Pokemon Go Halloween 2021 Part 1: Galarian Slowking, Special Research tasks and more
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Rep. Jerry Nadler scolds GOP lawmakers for not wearing masks at House Judiciary hearing
‘Bad Republican’ Meghan McCain calls Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner ‘funeral crashers’