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New Orleans warned residents to stay indoors as fires burned out of control and more than a million people were without power a day after Ida rolled ashore as a powerful hurricane. The storm, … more
KABUL, Afghanistan – After a day at work, Ezmari Ahmadi was just arriving at his home Sunday in Khwaja Burgha, a working-class neighborhood a few miles west of Kabul's airport, when calamity … more
WASHINGTON – Humanitarian aid groups are pleading with the Biden administration to provide them legal cover to engage with the Taliban without fear of penalties after the group regained power … more
A conservative Florida radio host who was dead-set against taking a coronavirus vaccine is now dead. Marc Bernier died Saturday of COVID-19 after a three-week battle, his bereft radio station … more
China will forbid minors from gaming more than three hours most weeks, a dramatic escalation of restrictions which dealt a blow to the world’s largest mobile gaming market, as Beijing signaled … more
LOS ANGELES — Faced with massive demonstrations over the murder of George Floyd, the Los Angeles City Council took a dramatic and symbolic step last year, cutting $150 million from the Police … more
LOS ANGELES — It could ultimately be up to Gov. Gavin Newsom to determine whether the man who assassinated Robert F. Kennedy in 1968 should be paroled. Sirhan Sirhan — who was 24 when … more
KABUL, Afghanistan — President Joe Biden vowed to retaliate after 13 U.S. service members and dozens of Afghan civilians were killed Thursday in an attack by Islamic State terrorists — … more
Tropical Storm Ida is growing into a major hurricane that’s heading almost directly at New Orleans on the 16th anniversary of Katrina. Ida’s top winds could reach 115 mph as it comes … more
WASHINGTON — Endangered butterflies and desert fish would get millions of dollars in federal funding while oil companies would face new fees and a ban on most offshore drilling under a House … more
Seven U.S Capitol officers sued former President Donald Trump over the Jan. 6 storming of the Capitol and his dangerous election falsehoods leading up to the riot. The federal lawsuit said the … more
SAN FRANCISCO — The California Supreme Court on Thursday decided to leave the state’s death penalty law intact, refusing an entreaty from Gov. Gavin Newsom that would have overturned … more
WASHINGTON — The Supreme Court ruled for a group of Alabama landlords on Thursday and blocked President Joe Biden from extending for two more months a nationwide pandemic-related ban on … more
Pentagon spokesman John Kirby said there had been an explosion outside of Kabul’s Hamid Karzai International Airport, hours after the U.S. and U.K. governments warned their citizens to avoid … more
May she reach for the stars. The baby girl born on a military aircraft fleeing Afghanistan over the weekend has been named after the plane’s call sign — Reach. The child’s … more
Nearly one-third of the entire U.S. population had been infected with COVID-19 by the end of 2020 — a much higher rate of infection than previously known, a new study has found. The study, … more
BALTIMORE – “Mommy, no!” That’s what neighbors of Jameria Hall said they heard the night of Aug. 19, five days before the bodies of her children Da’Neria, 6, and … more
CHICAGO — Two people are dead and third injured following a shooting outside the Kankakee County courthouse, a Kankakee city spokesman confirmed. At least two suspects have been arrested in … more
Former Trump campaign attorney Sidney Powell and other lawyers for the Republican Party were ordered to pay legal fees and take additional training for filing a lawsuit to overturn the 2020 election … more
Vice President Kamala Harris departed Singapore more than three hours late on Tuesday because of concerns about “an anomalous health incident” in Hanoi, her next destination, the State … more
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