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“National Cinema Day” is bringing the big screen to moviegoers for a small price - no more than $3 -  as American theaters look to fill seats during the late summer lull. On Saturday only, movie … more
A fight is brewing in Tennessee over a legendary civil rights and labor organizing center whose alumni and supporters include Rosa Parks and Eleanor Roosevelt. The original Highlander Folk School was … more
NASA's new moon rocket has sprung another fuel leak. The problem cropped up at daybreak Saturday as the Florida launch team began loading nearly 1 million gallons of fuel into the 322-foot rocket. … more
When Mikhail Gorbachev is buried Saturday at a Moscow cemetery he will once again be next to his wife, Raisa. The two had shared the world stage for more than a decade in a visibly close marriage … more
AUGUST 27 - SEPTEMBER 2, 2022 From economic protests in Sri Lanka, to the aftermath of flooding in Pakistan, to an excessive-heat warning in Los Angeles, this photo gallery highlights some of the … more
Mississippi's capital city is struggling with its water system. Many of Jackson's 150,000 residents have had little or no water coming from their faucets the past several days. Problems started days … more
New COVID-19 boosters targeting today’s most common omicron strains should begin arriving within days. The new shots offer Americans a chance to get the most up-to-date protection at yet another … more
AUG. 26-SEPT. 1, 2022 This week's top photos include those documenting the death of former Soviet President Mikhail Gorbachev and the return to school of Ukrainian refugees in Romania. Russian … more
A hearing officer for a federal labor board has rebuffed Amazon’s attempt to scrap a historic union win at a warehouse on Staten Island, New York. Shortly after the labor win in April, Amazon filed … more
A commission created by Congress is recommending changes at West Point when it comes to commemorating Robert E. Lee and other Confederate officers during the Civil War. The commission also takes aim … more
An abortion-rights group has asked the Michigan Supreme Court to approve a November ballot question on whether the right to abortion should be enshrined in the state constitution. Reproductive … more
Firefighters are battling two California blazes that are raging in rural areas and have prompted evacuations in the midst of a scorching heat wave. Authorities are battling a 4,625-acre blaze that … more
Republican Gov. Greg Abbott is pushing back on calls by Uvalde families for new gun control measures in Texas in wake of the Robb Elementary School massacre. Abbott said Wednesday that that raising … more
A biracial man who says he was fending off a racist attack when he fired a gun into a pickup truck on a Georgia highway has been convicted of involuntary manslaughter for killing one of the truck's … more
So many TV shows, so few nominees who will end up with trophies at the Primetime Emmy Awards. A total of 25 Emmys will be presented during the Sept. 12 ceremony in the glamor categories including … more
Israel has launched airstrikes targeting Syria's Aleppo International Airport. Syrian state media on Wednesday did not report any casualties, while Britain-based opposition war-monitor the Syrian … more
A 19-year-old man has been charged with first-degree murder in a series of apparently random shootings over roughly two hours last weekend in Detroit that left three people dead and a fourth wounded. … more
The return of dragons has been a hit. Now it’s time for the return of the elves and dwarves. Amazon Studios is launching “The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power,” an ambitious, … more
Catherine Deneuve is not that fond of reminiscing, even as she prepares to collect a Lifetime Achievement Award at the Venice International Film Festival. She tells reporters "we don’t have time to … more
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