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There's consensus in Virginia that the mental health care system is in need of reform, due to what Gov. Glenn Youngkin’s administration says is an overreliance on hospitalization at a time of … more
An infant in Missouri died when her mother mistakenly put her down for a nap in an oven. Mariah Thomas of Kansas City is charged with endangering the welfare of a child. The charges were announced … more
The U.S. Customs and Border Protection says one of its dogs sniffed out something unusual in a traveler's luggage in Boston — dead monkeys. Agents say the passenger returning from a visit to the … more
President Joe Biden’s personal attorney said Sunday that they went to both the special counsel and the attorney general to register concerns over what they viewed to be pejorative and unnecessary … more
Human rights activists say a 71-year-old Ukrainian man has died in a Russian prison while on trial for espionage. Court documents found by the human rights group Memorial revealed that the Russian … more
Nineteen priests kicked out of the country, dozens of incidents of harassment and church desecrations, rural areas lacking worship and social services. That's the situation for Catholic clergy and … more
Republican front-runner Donald Trump says he warned NATO allies as president that he “would encourage” Russia “to do whatever the hell they want” to members who are “delinquent." Trump's … more
Dexter Scott King, the late son of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and Coretta Scott King, was remembered Saturday as the protector of his family’s legacy and the keeper of the deam during a memorial … more
The Israeli military says it has discovered tunnels underneath the main headquarters of the U.N. agency for Palestinian refugees in Gaza City. It alleges that Hamas militants used the space as an … more
A company's plan to mine near the edge of the Okefenokee Swamp is nearing approval by Georgia regulators, despite conservationists' concerns that it could irreparably damage the swamp and its vast … more
Russian President Vladimir Putin sat down in the Kremlin for an interview with former Fox News host Tucker Carlson. For two hours, Putin put forth the Kremlin line on various aspects of the war in … more
Louisiana prosecutors have quietly dismissed charges against state police troopers who were recorded beating a Black motorist. The violent 2020 arrest of Antonio Harris was among a series of beatings … more
The first tornado ever recorded in Wisconsin in the usually frigid month of February came on a day that broke records for warmth, the type of severe weather normally seen in the late spring and … more
Israel has identified the southern Gaza city of Rafah as the next target in its military offensive against Hamas. Rafah is normally home to 280,000 people. But its population has swelled to over 1.5 … more
The governing body that oversees figure skating has defended its decision to award the bronze medal from the 2022 Beijing Olympics to the Russian squad. That decision comes despite the … more
An Oklahoma judge who sent more than 500 texts to her bailiff during a murder trial will resign. In a settlement agreement filed Thursday with the Oklahoma Court on the Judiciary, District Judge … more
Flu is hanging on in the U.S., intensifying in some areas of the country after weeks of an apparent national decline. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention updated its flu data on Friday. It … more
Feb. 2-Feb. 8, 2024 People prepare to celebrate Lunar New Year in many Asian countries including China and Taiwan; senior high school students celebrate graduation in Seoul, South Korea; fans … more
The first group of tourists to visit North Korea since the start of the pandemic left Vladivostok airport in Russia’s Far East Friday, as the isolated country offers tours to Russians who have … more
Malaysia’s top court has struck down over a dozen Sharia laws in an opposition-run state it said were unconstitutional and invalid. The decision was denounced by Islamists who fear it could … more
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