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Boy's surprise walk-on charms pope
A boy who walked unexpectedly onto the stage to say hello to Pope Francis during the weekly Wednesday audience at the Vatican won a white papal skullcap to take home. The boy was later waved off the stage by Francis, proudly wearing his brand new "zucchetto"...
War With China Not Likely in Next Three Years: Taiwan Intelligence Chief
The director of Taiwan's National Security Bureau said China's ruling Communist Party is "trapped inside a security dilemma."
Biden on the road, COVID-19 booster shots, Netflix walkout: 5 things to know Wednesday
Biden heads to Pennsylvania to push his economic agenda, the FDA may approve mixing and matching booster shots and more news to start your Wednesday.
Black residents feel tension in Georgia town where Ahmaud Arbery was killed
At the intersection of Burford Road, Satilla Drive and Holmes Road, there was nary a sign Monday morning of the horrific event that occurred there more than a
Queen Elizabeth II cancels trip, advised to rest for a few days
Queen Elizabeth II has "reluctantly" accepted medical advice to cancel a trip to Northern Ireland, planned for Wednesday and Thursday, Buckingham Palace has said.
Ties that bind: Joe Manchin’s steady stream of support from oil, gas and coal
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Queen Elizabeth ‘Reluctantly’ Accepts Doctors Orders to Rest: Buckingham Palace
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Editorial: Expel this policy: President Biden should cease his cynical use of Title 42, a public health provision, to expel immigrants
New York Daily News
NASA drops epic sci-fi video of human space exploration across the universe
Senate Republicans expected to defeat voting rights reform bill
Going green will not have big cost, says Kwarteng
White House ups war of words over Jan. 6 probe
Beverly Hills shooting: Attempted robbery outside restaurant leaves patron shot in leg, police say
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Queen accepts medical advice to rest, cancels N Ireland trip
The Trump administration tried to send 250,000 troops to secure the US border with Mexico, but the Pentagon shut it down, report says