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Associated Press

george santos is pictured amongst other lawmakers, he and romney have been exchanging harsh words...
Samantha Herrera

GOP on GOP: Romney scolds Santos, ‘You don’t belong here’

Santos' presence at the center aisle to see and be seen with the arrivals was met with a stern rebuke from a fellow Republican, Sen. Mitt Romney.
5 hours ago
A woman sits on the rubble as emergency rescue teams search for people under the remains of destroy...
MEHMET GUZEL, GHAITH ALSAYED and SUZAN FRASER

Race to find survivors as earthquake aid pours into Turkey, Syria

The death toll has risen to above 5,300. Monday's quake and strong aftershocks hit hundreds of kilometers across southeastern Turkey and neighboring Syria.
1 day ago
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PAUL WISEMAN AP Economics Writer

US added a strong 517,000 jobs in January despite Fed hikes

The Fed is aiming to achieve a "soft landing" — a pullback in the economy that is enough to tame high inflation without triggering recession.
6 days ago
Thousands of fraudulent nursing diplomas  were dispersed in Florida. (Canva)...
Associated Press via Miami Herald

Fake nursing diploma scheme in Florida; 25 arrested

The defendants each face up to 20 years in prison.
6 days ago
Microsoft is cutting 10,000 workers, almost 5% of its workforce, in response to "macroeconomic cond...
MATT O'BRIEN, Associated Press

Job cuts in tech sector spread, Microsoft lays off 10,000

Microsoft said in a regulatory filing Wednesday that had just notified employees of the layoffs, some of which begin immediately.
22 days ago
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SETH BORENSTEIN and CATHY BUSSEWITZ Associated Press

Study: Exxon Mobil accurately predicted warming since 1970s

Exxon said its understanding of climate change evolved over the years and that critics are misunderstanding its earlier research.
27 days ago
FILE - Protesters, supporters of Brazil's former President Jair Bolsonaro, stand on the roof of the...
The Associated Press

Brazil and Jan. 6 in US: Parallel attacks, but not identical

RIO DE JANIERO, Brazil — Enraged protesters broke into government buildings that are the very symbol of their country’s democracy. Driven by conspiracy theories about their candidate’s loss in the last election, they smashed windows, sifted through the desks of lawmakers and trashed the highest offices in the land in a rampage that lasted hours […]
30 days ago
President Joe Biden pictured...
ZEKE MILLER AP White House Correspondent

DOJ reviewing potentially classified docs at Biden center

Special counsel to the president Richard Sauber said “a small number of documents with classified markings” were discovered at the offices of the Penn Biden Center.
1 month ago
LONDON, ENGLAND - JANUARY 06: A poster advertising the launch of Prince Harry's memoir "Spare" is s...
Jill Lawless Associated Press

Prince Harry says explosive book is a bid to ‘own my story’

Prince Harry defended his decision to publish a memoir that lays bare rifts inside Britain’s royal family.
1 month ago
utah capitol, a new bill heading to lawmakers will affect the utah sex offender registry...
HANNAH SCHOENBAUM Associated Press/Report for America

States target transgender health care in first bills of 2023

After a record flow of anti-transgender legislation last year, Republican state lawmakers this year are zeroing in on questions of bodily autonomy.
1 month ago
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SAM METZ and COLLEEN SLEVIN, The Associated Press

Family of slain Utah family says husband took guns from home

According to a family relative, the Utah man who fatally shot his wife, mother-in-law and his five children before turning the weapon himself had removed weapons from the house just days before.
1 month ago
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MICHAEL KUNZELMAN Associated Press

Capitol riot investigation growing 2 years later

More than 930 people have been charged with federal crimes related to the siege on Jan. 6, 2021, and the tally increases by the week.
1 month ago
FILE - Bison roam outside Yellowstone National Park in Gardiner, Mont., on March 17, 2011. Thirteen...
The Associated Press

Thirteen bison dead after truck hits herd near Yellowstone National Park

An accident Friday involving a semi and two other vehicles resulted in the deaths of thirteen bison on Friday near Yellowstone National Park.
1 month ago
Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI is pictured...
NICOLE WINFIELD

Benedict XVI, first pope to resign in 600 years, dies at 95

The Vatican announced that Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI died Saturday at his home in the Vatican.
1 month ago
FILE - Barbara Walters arrives to participate in a panel discussion featuring the hosts of ABC's "T...
The Associated Press

Barbara Walters, television news trailblazer, dies at 93

Barbara Walters, a pioneering TV broadcaster, died Friday night, ABC News reports.
1 month ago
baggage from southwest flights is pictured piled up...
DAVID KOENIG

Southwest says it expects normal operations to resume Friday

It is likely that far more than 1 million passengers have been affected. Southwest has canceled more than 13,000 flights since its meltdown began on Dec. 22.
1 month ago
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Associated Press

World population projected at 7.9 billion on New Year’s Day

The world population is projected to be 7.9 billion people on New Year's Day 2023, with 73.7 million people added since New Year's Day 2022, the U.S. Census Bureau said Thursday.
1 month ago
An airport in china, where the US is requiring COVID tests for travel...
CARLA K. JOHNSON

US will require COVID-19 testing for travelers from China

The increase in cases across China follows the rollback of the nation's strict anti-virus controls.
1 month ago
FILE: Immigrants, some carrying small children, walk to cross through a gap in the U.S.-Mexico bord...
REBECCA SANTANA and ELLIOT SPAGAT Associated Press

Supreme Court keeps immigration limits in place indefinitely

In a ruling Tuesday, the Supreme Court extended a temporary stay that Chief Justice John Roberts issued last week.
1 month ago
FILE - Shoppers, visitors and employees exit the Mall of America on March 17, 2020 as the mall in B...
The Associated Press

Shooting sends Mall of America into lockdown, police say

A report of a shooting has placed the Mall of America on lockdown Friday night, Dec. 23, 2022.
2 months ago
house capitol spending bill...
KEVIN FREKING

House passes $1.7 trillion spending bill with Ukraine aid

The bill passed mostly along party lines, 225-201. It now goes to President Joe Biden to be signed into law.
2 months ago
people are pictured gathered outside of an airport in Kabul...
Associated Press

Taliban says women banned from universities in Afghanistan

Despite promising a more moderate rule and women's and minority rights, the Taliban have widely implemented their harsh interpretation of Islamic law.
2 months ago
A large screen showing President Trump sits above the committee members presenting the Jan. 6 heari...
MARY CLARE JALONICK, ERIC TUCKER and FARNOUSH AMIRI Associated Press

Jan. 6 panel urges Trump prosecution with criminal referral

At a final meeting on Monday, the panel’s seven Democrats and two Republicans are poised to recommend criminal charges against Trump and potentially against associates.
2 months ago
Jan. 6 hearings...
Samantha Herrera

Jan. 6 committee to vote Monday on riot criminal referrals

The chairman, Rep. Bennie Thompson, D-Miss., has said the committee will make criminal referrals to the Justice Department recommending prosecution.
2 months ago

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