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Justin Trudeau and his Conservative rival are nearly tied heading into the final weekend of Canada’s election campaign, leaving the prime minister with decent odds of holding on to … more
The man the U.S. and its allies hoped would be a moderate voice in Afghanistan’s Taliban government has been sidelined after a dramatic shootout in the presidential palace in Kabul, according … more
COLUMBUS, Ohio — Within a nine-hour period on Thursday, homicide detectives were called to four different scenes, including two involving men on the East Side that could be connected. The … more
It’s just past the peak of hurricane season, and the tropics are teeming with activity as forecasters are monitoring three disturbances, two with high chances of becoming tropical depressions … more
SINGAPORE — Three years ago this week, South Korean President Moon Jae-in drew wide applause from thousands of North Koreans in Pyongyang when he declared "a new era of peace." He and North … more
PHILADELPHIA — A female ring-tailed lemur named Charlie this week became the first animal to receive a special COVID-19 vaccination at the Philadelphia Zoo. Charlie was part of a group of 10 … more
LOS ANGELES — A new study has found that 1 in 3 people who survived COVID-19 suffer from long COVID. The study of Long Beach residents published by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and … more
WASHINGTON — Star gymnast Simone Biles denounced the FBI for turning “a blind eye” to the sexual abuse she and other young athletes suffered at the hands of former USA Gymnastics … more
WASHINGTON — The United States will arm Australia with nuclear submarine technology as part of a new defense partnership announced Wednesday, one of many steps President Joe Biden is taking to … more
Active-duty members of the U.S. Army are required to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 by mid-December. The Army announced Tuesday that all active-duty units are expected to be fully vaccinated … more
Thousands of COVID-19 infections and at least 12 deaths among infants, small children and adolescents in Cuba prompted authorities to start vaccinating children as young as age 2 this week, relying … more
President Joe Biden’s push to loosen the Trump administration’s tough policies on locking up unauthorized immigrants gained momentum with a court ruling Wednesday. A federal appeals … more
CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. — A new era of space travel blasted off from Kennedy Space Center on Wednesday night with the launch of the all-civilian crew aboard a SpaceX Crew Dragon. The four … more
The Boy Scouts of America reached settlements totaling more than $1 billion with insurers and two of the three main groups representing abuse victims, a mediator said in a court filing. Under the … more
A Florida nurse admitted in federal court that she threatened to kill Vice President Kamala Harris in a series of videos sent to her incarcerated husband, authorities said this week. Niviane … more
Norm Macdonald, the longtime “Saturday Night Live” funnyman known best as the host of “Weekend Update,” died Tuesday. He was 61. Macdonald succumbed to a nine-year cancer … more
WASHINGTON — A Capitol Police officer facing disciplinary action told investigators that he posed for a photo with a suspect during the Jan. 6 riot in order to identify him later. But the … more
A demonstration this Saturday in support of people arrested in the Jan. 6 insurrection has prompted security officials to warn members of Congress and their staffs to stay away from the U.S. Capitol … more
Former President Donald Trump was secretly stripped of his power to order nuclear strikes or launch military actions by top military brass in his final chaotic days in the White House, according to … more
DALLAS — The Texas attorney general’s office filed even more lawsuits Tuesday against districts that require students to wear masks to school. Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton … more
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