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WASHINGTON — Wine grapes damaged by smoke are among the crops covered under a $28.6 billion disaster assistance bill for states ravaged by wildfire, drought or hurricanes. Thick smoke from … more
NEW YORK — A single-engine Cessna 182 airplane got an F-16 fighter jet escort out of the skies near New York on Tuesday afternoon after it flew into a no-fly zone set up for the U.N. General … more
LOS ANGELES — As the Windy fire torched the top of at least one towering tree in the Sequoia National Forest, a new threat emerged Tuesday when the nearby KNP Complex fire moved closer to a … more
NEW YORK — A second woman has accused billionaire investor Leon Black of raping her in 2002 at the Upper East Side mansion of Jeffrey Epstein, new court papers reveal. The woman, identified … more
WASHINGTON — The Biden administration urged a federal appeals court to let it cancel a controversial Trump-era policy requiring asylum-seekers at the U.S. southern border to wait in Mexico for … more
Pfizer Inc. and partner BioNTech SE said their COVID-19 vaccine was safe and produced strong antibody responses in children ages 5 to 11 in a large-scale trial, findings that could pave the way to … more
President Vladimir Putin’s ruling party claimed a decisive victory in legislative polls, although discontent eroded support in some areas and opponents alleged widespread fraud. United … more
WASHINGTON — The Pentagon is falling short in its efforts to combat fraud in defense contracts, according to a draft federal audit obtained by CQ Roll Call. The Government Accountability … more
Forget relegation; “Ted Lasso” is taking home gold. The sweet, hysterical Apple TV+ comedy about an American college football coach who lands a gig with an English soccer team cleaned … more
The United States' known death toll from COVID-19 will surpass the number of dead from the Spanish Flu within the next day or two, according to the side-by-side numbers — though a direct … more
WASHINGTON — Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen renewed her call for Congress to raise or suspend the U.S. debt ceiling, saying the government will otherwise run out of money to pay its bills … more
LOS ANGELES — Critical fire weather conditions are expected to persist through Sunday evening in Sequoia National Park, where hundreds of additional firefighters are now fighting a … more
The remains of a body found in rural Wyoming are consistent with the description of Long Island woman Gabby Petito, who disappeared on a young lovers’ New York-to-Oregon road trip with her … more
WASHINGTON — Several hundred supporters of Donald Trump demonstrated in Washington on Saturday amid a heavy police presence, protesting against the prosecutions of people who stormed the … more
LOS ANGELES — Amid persistent concerns that the protection offered by COVID-19 vaccines may be waning, a report released Friday by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention finds that … more
WASHINGTON — The U.S. Department of Homeland Security said Saturday it would send hundreds of border agents to Texas and “accelerate” efforts to remove Haitian migrants who surged … more
WASHINGTON — The Pentagon admitted Friday that its drone strike in Kabul on Aug. 29 was a “tragic mistake,” killing 10 civilians, including seven children, instead of ISIS-K … more
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
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