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Applications for U.S. state unemployment insurance rose for a third week to the highest since November as more companies announce job cuts, suggesting some softening in the labor market. Initial … more
ALBANY, N.Y. — New York health officials confirmed Thursday that a case of polio was recently recorded in Rockland County, the first time the highly infectious virus has been reported in the … more
DALLAS — As pressure from the community builds, Uvalde school officials have scheduled a special meeting to vote on the firing of Pete Arredondo after the district’s superintendent … more
WASHINGTON — The Biden administration is preparing to significantly expand a list of Central American officials deemed too corrupt to work with or to be allowed to enter the United States. … more
WALTERBORO, S.C. — Alex Murdaugh pleaded not guilty to murdering his wife and son and put up no opposition to the denial of a bond. The disgraced Lowcountry attorney waved asking for a … more
For the fifth time in 20 years, the Mega Millions jackpot has more than $600 million up for grabs. Friday’s jackpot is estimated to be around $630 million, according to Mega … more
The 631 manatee deaths in Florida through mid-July this year already stands as the fourth deadliest annual count since records began nearly a half-century ago. Though a blistering pace, the 2022 … more
An explosion at the Hoover Dam has prompted an emergency response from a Nevada fire crew, authorities said Tuesday morning. “We have a crew on the way where we have a report of a … more
WASHINGTON — President Joe Biden will announce executive action to confront climate change after a key senator blocked legislation, but he’s holding off for now on an emergency decree … more
Travelers in Britain were warned to stay home rather than risk a ride on rails that could buckle under record temperatures as brutal conditions swept through Europe. Train companies offered … more
FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. — Even after he was shot, Alex Dworet tried not to believe the Parkland tragedy was real. Dworet was one of 17 injured in the shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas … more
DETROIT — The state has spent nearly $53 million since 2016 for both the prosecution and defense of Michigan's top officials in the Flint water criminal and civil litigation, with costs … more
NEW YORK — A 31-year-old man was fatally shot early Tuesday as he guarded a “Law & Order” film set in Brooklyn, police said. The unidentified victim was providing security … more
COLUMBIA, S.C. — In what was to be a speech focused on Middle Eastern foreign policy Monday night, Nikki Haley shifted attention to a topic much different: her potential 2024 presidential bid. … more
WASHINGTON — Nearly a year ago, Sen. Joe Manchin wrote Fed Chair Jerome Powell to raise alarm that the central bank’s policies would overheat the economy, a fixation that made the West … more
JIDDA, Saudi Arabia — President Joe Biden shared a fist bump Friday with the leader of the oil-rich country he once vowed to make a “pariah” over its human rights abuses as the … more
CHICAGO — Cooper Roberts, the 8-year-old boy paralyzed from the waist down after being wounded at the Independence Day parade shooting in Highland Park, is in “very critical” … more
Applications for U.S. state unemployment insurance rose to the highest level since November during the week that included the July 4 holiday, led by a big jump in New York. Initial unemployment … more
JERUSALEM — President Joe Biden on Thursday would not commit to confronting the leaders of Saudi Arabia later this week over the killing of U.S.-based journalist Jamal Khashoggi. “I … more
A bipartisan group of senators is expected to release a bill as soon as next week clarifying that the vice president has only a ceremonial role when Congress tallies Electoral College votes after a … more
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