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A federal judge has sided with two former Minneapolis police officers convicted of violating George Floyd’s civil rights, saying the guidelines for their sentences will be calculated in a way that … more
Health officials say two children have been diagnosed with monkeypox in the U.S. They are a toddler in California and an infant who is not a U.S. resident. That's according to the Centers for Disease … more
Steven Spielberg is bringing his highly personal film “The Fabelmans” to the Toronto International Film Festival this fall. Organizers on Friday announced his participation, which will mark his … more
Florida law enforcement officers have told a jury about the horror they found inside a high school after 17 people were massacred there four years ago. Three police officers testified Friday that … more
A former president of Paraguay who has been investigated for his alleged participation in money laundering operations has been included in a U.S. corruption list. The Department of State announced … more
A police officer has been fatally shot and and another wounded in Rochester, New York. Authorities say the officers were on patrol as part of a plainclothes tactical unit when they were shot after 9 … more
A Capitol Police Sergeant born in the Dominican Republic says that it is a pity that an immigrant like him denounces the assault carried out by thousands of supporters of former President Donald … more
The Boston-area public transit system's general manager says a fire on a train that prompted one passenger to jump into a river and others to scramble out of windows appears to have been caused by a … more
JULY 15-21, 2022 A week when the war in Ukraine continued to capture the world’s attention, a heat wave with record-high temperatures and fires scorched Europe, France celebrated its national … more
The U.S. Marine Corps has halted water operations for its new amphibious combat vehicles while it investigates why two of the seafaring tanks ran into trouble off Southern California's coast this … more
Georgia’s abortion law changed so abruptly Wednesday afternoon that some patients who were in an office waiting for abortions were sent home. A federal appeals court ruled that the Supreme Court's … more
One passenger jumped into a river and several others climbed out of windows when a Boston-area public transit train caught fire during the morning commute. A spokesperson for the Massachusetts Bay … more
President Joe Biden is reporting a runny nose, fatigue and an occasional dry cough from his COVID-19 infection. Biden tested positive on Thursday at the White House. He has begun taking an antiviral … more
New York health officials are reporting the first U.S. case of polio in nearly a decade. Officials said the Rockland County resident is an unvaccinated adult, but they did not detail the person’s … more
A video played at the penalty trial of Florida school shooter Nikolas Cruz shows him walking calmly into a sandwich shop just minutes after he murdered 17 people. The video was played in the … more
Painters have long been the subject of stage shows — think Mark Rothko, Seurat, Andy Warhol, Jean-Michel Basquiat and Lucian Freud. Next up is Frida Kahlo. The Associated Press has learned that the … more
An Italian astronaut has teamed up with a Russian cosmonaut in a rare spacewalking show of unity. Thursday's spacewalk comes as tensions over Ukraine continue to ricochet 260 miles below. The … more
Health officials are grappling with how people staffing the new national 988 crisis hotlines will contend with suspicion of the medical establishment in Black communities.  The U.S. Justice … more
Montana authorities say a man drove his pickup truck into a family as they walked in a tourist village bordering Glacier National Park and opened fire at them with a shotgun. Two people were killed … more
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