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Multinational companies including Amazon, Marriott, Hilton are pledging to hire more than 13,000 Ukrainian women and other refugees in Europe over the next three years. Just ahead of World Refugee … more
Former President Donald Trump's arraignment in federal court has highlighted a popular strategy among Republicans: likening their opponents to “Marxists” and “communists.” Trump repeatedly … more
About 1.5 million people have lost Medicaid coverage in more than two dozen states as a post-pandemic purge of the rolls gets underway. Data analyzed by The Associated Press show some states have … more
Kamau, the African lion who was a star attraction at California’s Sacramento Zoo, has died at age 16. The zoo says Kamau was euthanized Saturday, a day after the big cat was pulled off an exhibit … more
Relatives of a late Black businessman who helped popularize Juneteenth in San Diego are suing a cemetery after his remains were reported missing from the family’s burial plot. Greenwood Memorial … more
Officials are expressing shock and sadness at the death of one state trooper and the serious wounding of another hours apart in central Pennsylvania over the weekend. Police in Juniata County said a … more
Americans across the country are observing the relatively new Juneteenth federal holiday with festivals, parades, cookouts and other gatherings. On a long holiday weekend seen by many as a reason for … more
At least six people are dead and dozens injured in a string of weekend violence and mass shootings across the U.S. The shootings — in Chicago, Washington state, Pennsylvania, St. Louis, Southern … more
Officials say an overnight shooting in downtown St. Louis killed one teenager and wounded nine others. St. Louis Metropolitan Police Commissioner Robert Tracy on Sunday identified the victim who was … more
Netflix gave audiences first looks at some planned and upcoming projects including “Avatar: The Last Airbender,” “One Piece” and the third season of “Bridgerton” at a fan event on … more
DC and Warner Bros.’ long-in-the-works superhero movie “The Flash" opened to $55 million in its first three days in North American theaters, according to studio estimates Sunday. Though a fair … more
Authorities say one person is dead and at least 19 are wounded in suburban Chicago after a shooting early Sunday during a gathering in a parking lot. One witness described it as a Juneteenth party in … more
State police say a state trooper and a suspect were killed in a shootout in central Pennsylvania, hours after the suspect seriously wounded another trooper. Police in Juniata County say a man engaged … more
The city of St. George must issue a permit for a Utah-based group that organizes drag performances to host an all-ages drag show in a public park. A federal judge ruled on Friday to grant the … more
President Joe Biden is taking an aerial tour of the collapsed stretch of Interstate 95 in Philadelphia and plans to meet with first responders and workers involved in rebuilding the critical stretch … more
There are still more questions than answers about what led up to one of the worst shipwrecks in recent Mediterranean history, in which some 500 people are feared dead. The Greek Coast Guard said that … more
The key witness against former President Donald Trump in a New York state criminal prosecution has lost his bid for early release from probation. The decision on Friday comes after federal … more
A man who police say was exhibiting signs of a mental health crisis when he shot and killed a pregnant restaurant owner in her car in downtown Seattle this week has been charged with first-degree … more
The Justice Department has issued a scathing assessment of Minneapolis police, alleging that racial discrimination and excessive force went unchecked before George Floyd’s killing because of … more
The Mississippi man known as “Case 1,” the first person to be diagnosed with autism, has died. Bank of Forest Senior Vice President Lesa Davis confirms Donald G. Triplett died Thursday. He was … more
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