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Worship services are set to resume at the Alabama church where a gunman opened fire and killed three senior citizens at a potluck dinner recently. St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church announced church … more
Philadelphia fire officials say one firefighter has died following a building collapse early Saturday. Deputy Fire Commissioner Craig Murphy did not identify the fallen firefighter, but said he had … more
Officials say two people were killed and 10 others had to be rescued after a nighttime boat collision near Key Biscayne, Florida. The Coast Guard said in a statement that it was notified of the … more
Behind the raw public frustration and anger over election security that has played out this week in New Mexico was a hint of something deeper — a growing divide between the state’s Democratic … more
The race for Alaska’s U.S. House seat is taking shape. Republican Sarah Palin is seeking a return to elected office 13 years after she resigned as governor. Two of her rivals, Republican Nick … more
Russian state television has shown video of two U.S. military veterans who went missing last week while fighting in Ukraine. The videos confirm that the men were taken captive and raise fears about … more
As the United States Supreme Court appears poised to overturn Roe v. Wade, Muslim Americans are gearing up for what the landmark reversal could mean for their communities. They’re forming … more
A culmination of unique events led to the recent extensive flooding in the Yellowstone region. Water quickly rose in an area that was in an extended drought, forcing officials to race to save homes, … more
A Texas House committee investigating the Uvalde elementary school massacre is signaling that local police have still not committed to speaking with it about the shooting that killed 19 children and … more
Deborah Borda will retire as president and CEO of the New York Philharmonic at the end of the 2022-23 season. She will be succeeded by Gary Ginstling, head of Washington’s National Symphony … more
Following a string of union victories at Amazon and Starbucks, a group of prominent progressive grantmakers is seeking to put a total of $20 million into a coalition with organized labor that will … more
Police say a lone suspect fired on a small group meeting at a church near one of Alabama’s major cities, fatally wounding two people and injuring a third victim. Police say the suspect is in … more
The church shooting Thursday in Alabama that killed two people and wounded another is just the latest recent high-profile shooting in May and June. The most prominent were a racist attack that killed … more
California won’t be listing the iconic western Joshua tree as a threatened species for now. The California Fish and Game Commission voted 2-2 Thursday on whether to list the tree under state … more
Chicago’s police superintendent is recommending the firing of an officer accused of dragging a Black woman from a car by her hair and kneeling on her back and neck during a period of protests and … more
An aardvark cub born at the San Diego Zoo is said to be doing well and developing quickly. The San Diego Zoo Wildlife Alliance says the female cub was born May 10 and will nurse from mother Zola for … more
The impact of the 1972 Title IX law barring discrimination in educational programs that receive federal aid is vast, but it has been particularly influential in athletics. Women’s and men’s … more
The white man who opened fire on Black people at a Buffalo supermarket, killing 10, is due in federal court, a day after authorities announced hate crime charges that could bring the death penalty. … more
Layla Salazar adored Koala bears and loved the NFL's Dallas Cowboys and dancing to TikTok videos. Her family said she wanted her grandparents to pick her up as often as possible from school because … more
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