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Gabby Petito, the Long Island woman whose mysterious killing has sparked a manhunt for her fiancé, died from strangulation, the Wyoming coroner who performed her autopsy said Tuesday. Her … more
SAN DIEGO — A Navy salvage and diving team has recovered the wreckage of a helicopter and the remains of five sailors who were killed in an August crash about 60 miles off the San Diego coast, … more
Merck & Co. and its partner Ridgeback Biotherapeutics LP sought emergency use authorization in the U.S. for molnupiravir, moving the pill closer to becoming the first oral antiviral treatment for … more
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. — Recent cases of high school hazing in Colorado Springs, Cañon City and Littleton shed light on a phenomenon that experts say is rarely documented but could be … more
Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen called on Congress to increase the federal government’s debt limit by December, warning on Sunday that inaction could cause a recession. The Senate’s … more
MINNEAPOLIS — A shootout at a popular St. Paul bar killed one woman and injured at least 14 early Sunday morning, marking the city's largest mass shooting in recent history. "We have so many … more
COVID-19 deaths are likely to go down this winter, but the U.S. shouldn’t declare victory in the pandemic yet, the country’s top infectious disease expert said on Sunday. Despite … more
WASHINGTON — The U.S. arrested a Navy Department employee and his wife on spying-related charges after they allegedly sold restricted data on nuclear-powered submarines to an FBI agent posing … more
Federal researchers will release nontoxic particles and gases into the New York City subway this month as part of a study on airborne terrorism threats, officials announced Sunday. Researchers … more
PRAGUE — Czech President Milos Zeman was rushed to the hospital over complications related to his chronic health problems, a development that may snarl government negotiations after his ally … more
As flames from the KNP Complex threatened to race up a steep slope toward the remote Muir Grove of giant sequoias, officials at Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks had to think fast. The right … more
A suspect has been captured a day after a Middle Georgia police officer was shot and killed outside of the police station where he worked, according to the GBI. Damien Anthony Ferguson, who was … more
Less than two weeks until the start of one of the highest-profile murder trials in Georgia history, defense attorneys are trying to exclude what could become a crucial piece of evidence. The … more
As Montana intensive care units fill with critically ill, mostly unvaccinated COVID-19 patients, hospital leaders there are caught between two laws that dictate whether they can require their … more
Maria Ressa from the Philippines and Dmitry Muratov of Russia won the Nobel Peace Prize for their work to safeguard freedom of expression. They are “receiving the Peace Prize for their … more
BALTIMORE — A Baltimore funeral home accused of throwing a fake funeral and giving a widow a fake urn said in a court filing that its employees didn’t commit fraud because they never … more
WASHINGTON — As the Senate headed into a weeklong recess, Democrats showed little sign they were making progress on their economic agenda other than clearing the must-pass measures competing … more
President Joe Biden Friday restored the protected Bears Ears and Grand Staircase-Escalante national monuments after former President Trump dramatically slashed them in an effort to open more … more
SACRAMENTO, Calif. — California Gov. Gavin Newsom on Thursday signed a bill that expands the definition of sexual battery to include the intentional removal of a condom without verbal consent, … more
Pfizer and BioNTech announced Thursday that it has requested an emergency use authorization for its COVID-19 vaccine for children between the ages of 5 and 11, which would protect more than 28 … more
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