University of Kentucky student found unresponsive at fraternity dies
Moscow imposes new curbs to fight Covid surge
Most of the over-60s in Russia's capital face months of lockdown as Covid deaths hit a new record.
Jelani Day's Mother, Fraternity Want Feds to Take Over Case, Say Local Police Have Shown 'Inability'
Jelani Day, a 25-year-old graduate student at Illinois State University, disappeared on Aug. 24
The Jan. 6 committee will vote to hold Bannon in contempt. Here's what we know
Bannon served a prominent role in Donald Trump's first campaign, then in the White House. Trump and Bannon stayed in touch ahead of the Capitol riot.
Rep. Jeff Fortenberry Vows to Fight Expected Indictment for Allegedly Lying to FBI
"I did not lie to them. I told them what I knew," Fortenberry said in regard to allegations he lied during testimony before FBI agents.
Americans are offering to pay a lender who took an Afghan woman's 3-year-old daughter in exchange for a $550 debt she couldn't pay
Saleha, an Afghan woman who makes 70 cents a day as a house cleaner, gave her kid up because neither she nor her husband could pay the lender.
Cruz puts hold on Biden’s pick for Middle East lead at State
Babysitter Splits Pot Cookie With Kid’s Mom Then Stabs Her to Death, Police Say
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Southwest drops plan to put unvaccinated workers on unpaid leave
Plane crashes near Houston without serious reported injuries
Former Facebook Exec Says Debates Focused on Society, Not Profit
The Wall Street Journal.
Lack of support for emissions reduction target will ‘punish farmers’, NFF tells Nationals
1 person died and 2 others were injured in separate falls from the stands at a Phish concert in San Francisco
Israeli diver finds 900-year-old crusader sword
Chicago Begins Placing Officers on Leave for Unreported Vaccination Status
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Hezbollah brag of 100,000-strong force aimed at foes at home
U.K.’s Boris Johnson Predicts Difficult Winter as Covid Deaths Rise