Don't give Taiwan a US defense guarantee
Gunman who ambushed 3 Texas deputies, killing 1, remains on the run: Police
A Texas constable deputy was fatally shot and two other deputies were wounded in what police are calling an "ambush" early Saturday morning outside a Houston nightclub.
Ask Mister Manners: How do I tell my brother to sit still on my family’s Zoom calls?
Q. I have a brother who simply cannot sit still on a Zoom call. While my other family members and I are in relaxed positions seated by our respective laptops, he traipses — phone in his hand — on whiplash-inducing walks through his home. First the...
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Man pleads guilty to Emiliano Sala flight charge
David Henderson admits a charge relating to the flight in which footballer Emiliano Sala died.
Congress blocks cuts to top contractors’ weapon budgets
Congress recently blocked the Pentagon from moving more than $1 billion that defense officials had wanted to use instead on programs they consider higher priorities. More than $500 million of the money was for a handful of weapons built by powerful contractors....
What to know about the killing of jogger Ahmaud Arbery and the Georgia men on trial
The trial begins Monday for Greg and Travis McMichael and Roddie Bryan, who are accused of killing Ahmaud Arber in Brunswick, Georgia, last year.
China denied a report that it tested a nuclear-capable hypersonic missile, saying it was just a space vehicle
Boeing’s Starliner Spaceship Delays, Explained
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Arizona Plane Crash Leaves No Survivors
Despite promises to lift some Trump sanctions, Biden leaves Cuba in deep freeze
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A honeymoon party accidentally triggered a buried WWI bomb in Ukraine, injuring the bride and killing her brother
US officials set stage for vaccination campaign for younger children
It Didn’t Have to Be This Way
Australian police search for Cleo Smith, 4, missing from tent on campsite
Closing America's 'hypocrisy gap' is a matter of human rights
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Malala sends letter to Taliban one month after girls' school ban
Right-Wing Nonprofit Lavishes Millions on Top Brass