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Five mischievous boys had to be rescued after they crawled through a storm drain tunnel in New York City and got lost. It happened Tuesday on Staten Island. In audio released by the fire department, … more
A three-day strike by workers in the Los Angeles Unified School District is scheduled to wrap up. But it's not immediately clear Thursday if any progress has been made in negotiations for higher pay … more
Fasting across religions is practiced for a wide range of reasons that include spiritual purification and self-discipline. Muslims are welcoming the start of Ramadan, a month of fasting, increased … more
An asteroid big enough to wipe out a city will zip harmlessly between Earth and the moon's orbit this weekend. Saturday’s close encounter will offer astronomers the chance to study a space rock … more
The Los Angeles police chief and the department’s constitutional policing director are under investigation after the names and photographs of undercover officers were released to a technology … more
Federal officials say that the company responsible for maintaining a Texas interstate where 130 vehicles crashed in icy conditions two years ago, killing six, failed to address the deteriorating road … more
Maryland State Police have released more details about a crash along the Baltimore beltway that left six construction workers dead after a driver lost control of her vehicle Wednesday. Police said … more
Track and field has banned transgender athletes from international competition while adopting new regulations that could keep Caster Semenya and other athletes with differences in sex development … more
Authorities say a woman accused of setting fire last year to a Wyoming abortion clinic that was under construction told investigators that she opposes abortion and was experiencing anxiety and … more
The Atlanta Journal-Constitution has chosen a Black editor to lead its newsroom for the first time in its 155-year history. Leroy Chapman Jr. was named the newspaper's editor-in-chief Thursday after … more
The Michigan Court of Appeals says the parents of a teenager who killed four students at a high school can face trial for involuntary manslaughter. The groundbreaking case involves criminal … more
With spring now underway, California's 39 million residents are hopeful for sunnier days ahead. But this week’s atmospheric river had other plans. It's the 12th such storm here since late December. … more
The labor market continues to defy the Federal Reserve’s attempts at loosening it, with U.S. applications for unemployment benefits down again last week and remaining at healthy, historically low … more
Civil liberties groups and defense attorneys are outraged at the domestic terrorism charges that have been levied against 23 people who were arrested after a masked group attacked an Atlanta-area … more
Attorneys for several of the defendants charged with second-degree murder in the death of Irvo Otieno have begun to offer defenses of their clients in court or public statements. Some have said their … more
Maryland State Police say six people were killed when a passenger vehicle pulled into a work zone along the Baltimore beltway and struck construction workers there. Troopers responded to the work … more
Doctors may be missing patients who are trying to cheat on tests that check if they are taking medication for opioid addiction. That's according to a study published Wednesday by JAMA Psychiatry. The … more
The last of three ex-correctional officers convicted in the beating death of an Illinois prison inmate has been sentenced to six years in federal prison. U.S. District Judge Sue Myerscough handed the … more
The U.S. abortion landscape is far from settled nine months after the U.S. Supreme Court ended the nationwide right to terminate a pregnancy. With states now in control, advocates on both sides await … more
The soap opera “The Young and the Restless” celebrates its 50th anniversary this month as the No. 1 daytime drama for 35 consecutive years. Created by the late William J. Bell and Lee Phillip … more
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