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TAMPA, Fla. — The problems that have caused an unprecedented die-off of Florida manatees in 2021 could linger for years to come, according to state wildlife officials. The Florida Fish and … more
TEHRAN, Iran — Pari Rahmanian and her daughters were sitting down to dinner in her brother’s third-floor apartment in south Tehran when the ground began to move. “There was just … more
ORLANDO, Fla. — A new tropical wave emerged Thursday morning with 60% odds of becoming the next tropical depression or storm by early next week. Meanwhile, the National Hurricane Center is … more
SAN DIEGO — How do you vaccinate a tiger? Or a cheetah? Or a baboon? Carefully — very carefully. And with lots of training and treats. As COVID-19 cases surge throughout the region, … more
At least 11 people died and a dozen more were injured Wednesday when an overloaded van crashed Wednesday about 50 miles north of the U.S.-Mexico border in south Texas. Law enforcement officials … more
New details about the attack on a Pentagon police officer who later died and his assailant have emerged a day after the headquarters of the U.S. military went on lockdown after gunshots were … more
WASHINGTON — Federal officials announced Wednesday that thousands of Border Patrol agents and officers will soon begin wearing body cameras as they patrol the southwestern and northern borders, … more
WASHINGTON — Coronavirus cases driven by the delta variant are rising in a “very steep fashion” across the United States and may double in the coming weeks to 200,000 cases a day, … more
The spread of the delta coronavirus variant has pushed the threshold for herd immunity to well over 80% and potentially approaching 90%, according to an Infectious Diseases Society of America … more
The number of officers who have died by suicide in wake of their response to the January insurrection at the U.S. Capitol doubled late Monday, with the Metropolitan Police Department in the District … more
CAJEME, Mexico — In the parched hills of southern Sonora, Marco Antonio Gutierrez paced around a clearing, counting the dead. There were seven rotting carcasses — jutting ribs and … more
Legislation to honor the Capitol Police and Washington’s Metropolitan Police Department with Congressional Gold Medals — in recognition of their heroism in protecting members of Congress … more
      LOS ANGELES — A California woman said she contracted typhus after she disposed of a dead rat found in her backyard. She later found out her neighbor had also … more
The Afghan government is too weak to win a negotiated settlement without a new military strategy, the U.S. envoy to the war-ravaged country said Tuesday. “The situation is very concerning, … more
WASHINGTON — The Biden administration on Tuesday announced a new two-month federal moratorium on evictions to replace the broader one that expired over the weekend. The new moratorium would … more
A handful of mayors and state and local health officials have announced they will require both vaccinated and unvaccinated residents to wear masks in indoor public settings, following revised … more
NEW YORK — Anyone who wants to dine, drink, exercise or enjoy a live performance indoors in New York City will soon have to show proof of coronavirus vaccination or be denied entry, Mayor Bill … more
WASHINGTON — President Joe Biden urged New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo to resign Tuesday after a five-month investigation by the state’s attorney general’s office concluded that he had … more
The Biden administration will make more Afghans eligible for priority refugee status in the U.S., expanding a program to take in those threatened as American troops withdraw and the Taliban make more … more
TOKYO — Simone Biles will return to compete in the balance beam event final Tuesday, a week after she withdrew from the women’s team gymnastics competition to protect her physical and … more
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