The design for one of Donald Trump's new 'Trump Cards' has a typo
Will America abandon Faridoon Hazeen?
Faridoon Hazeen does not sleep well. He checks his phone at all hours, monitoring Twitter for the latest developments in the Taliban’s campaign to seize Afghanistan.
Biden, in a Push to Phase Out Gas Cars, to Tighten Pollution Rules
WASHINGTON — President Biden on Thursday will roll out a two-step strategy that uses tailpipe regulations to try to rapidly shift Americans from gasoline-powered cars and trucks toward electric vehicles — a central part of his plan to cut pollution...
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Patricia Kennealy-Morrison, Rock Reporter and Former Partner of Jim Morrison, Dead at 75
"She was a beautiful soul, a talented writer, and a loving and wonderful friend," read a statement from Patricia Kennealy-Morrison's publishing company
These Women Fought For Afghanistan’s Future. Now They Don't Want to Leave It Behind
As interpreters who supported the U.S. in Afghanistan are evacuated, what will happen to the women who fought for the country's future?
Biden targets 50 percent clean car sales by 2030
Windows 11: Beta download, new features, device compatibility, price and everything else to know
Hillsong Megachurch Founder Charged With Hiding Dad’s Child Sex Abuse
The Daily Beast
Mexico Brings Lawsuit Against U.S. Gun Manufacturers, Blaming Them for Worsening Cartel Violence
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Belarus athlete told by grandmother not to return
Half of Californians in new poll want Newsom recalled
Impeachment imminent: New York Assembly gives Cuomo one week deadline as probe to end soon
New York Daily News
Hillsong megachurch co-founder Brian Houston charged in Australia child sex abuse case
Biden nominates first LGBT federal appeals court nominee
Edible Landscapes Aim to Improve Food Access in Colorado
U.S. News & World Report
Scientists modify genes of daddy long legs and shorten their legs
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Greenville, California, largely wiped out by Dixie Fire
Australian government to offer reparations to indigenous communities forced from their land