Jen Psaki Pledges to ‘Be More Careful’ to Avoid Hatch Act Violations After Ethics Complaint
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Former President Bill Clinton to remain in hospital
"All health indicators are trending in the right direction," spokesman says, as ex-president continues to receive antibiotics for an infection.
Winemaking and marathon running: what Kyrsten Sinema does instead of her job
Serving in the US Senate is a pretty good gig if you can get it. You’re paid $174,000 a year, only have to show up around 200 days and you almost always snag an even better-compensated private sector gig when you retire or lose an election. For all...
One Texas deputy killed and two others wounded in shooting, Houston police say
A constable's deputy was killed and two others were wounded when they were shot from behind outside a bar in Houston, Texas, early Saturday, authorities said.
Windows 11: Are you unsure about upgrading from Windows 10? What you need to know
Windows 11 begins arriving today. Here's what to know if you're debating the upgrade.
Separated from family in US, a young Afghan woman pleads for help getting out
Manchin criticizes 'out of stater' Sanders for op ed in West Virginia
Waffle House waitress pulled gun over food complaint, Atlanta customer claims
Americans are ready to tax the rich
His budget plan stalled in Congress, Biden pitches child care expansion
Biden press secretary Jen Psaki may have violated ethics law with comment on Virginia race, watchdog says
Unvaccinated Adults 11 Times More Likely To Die of COVID-19: CDC
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Texas book controversy: School administrator told teachers to include Holocaust books with 'opposing' views when explaining new state law
British MP David Amess Was Killed in Act of Terrorism, Police Say
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Facebook and Big Tobacco: Why Social Media Is (and Isn’t) Like Cigarettes
Did Daredevil Cliff Jumper Get Friends to Stage Fake Kidnapping?