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Tina Turner escaped a violent marriage to a controlling musical partner and empowered herself to emerge through a musical renaissance. Her story of surviving and thriving was so much more than a … more
U.S. applications for jobless claims rose slightly last week but remain at healthy levels as companies seem reticent to let go of employees in a tight labor market. The number of Americans filing for … more
An Indiana board is set to hear allegations that an Indianapolis doctor should face disciplinary action after she spoke publicly about providing an abortion to a 10-year-old rape victim from … more
The 24 bright green baby parrots chirp and bob their heads the second anyone nears the large cages that have been their homes since hatching in March. The Central American natives were seized from a … more
Federal officials say over 200 patients could be at risk of fungal meningitis after having surgical procedures at clinics in a Mexico border city. The federal Centers for Disease Control and … more
Police say a 17-year-old boy slipped and fell to his death this weekend while climbing a Los Angeles bridge in an apparent social media stunt. Police were sent to the 6th Street Viaduct around 2 a.m. … more
A powerful typhoon churned over the U.S. Pacific territory of Guam and lashed the island with wind and rain. Typhoon Mawar is the strongest to hit the U.S. territory of roughly 150,000 people since … more
The powerful Typhoon Mawar lashing Guam has interrupted travel and tropical island life for residents and U.S. military members in one of the nation's most remote territories. The island in the … more
Justices on Pennsylvania’s Supreme Court are indicating that they're likely to have split opinions on whether a governor can force power plant owners to pay for their planet-warming greenhouse gas … more
Famous Danish painters may have gotten supplies from an unusual source: breweries. A study published Wednesday finds that paintings from 19th-century Denmark included bits of yeast and wheat … more
Sea turtles in Panama now have the legal right to live and have free passage in a healthy environment, a change that represents a different way of thinking about how to protect wildlife. Panama’s … more
The family of a Georgia woman who died last year after she fell from a moving patrol car has filed a civil rights lawsuit. The lawsuit announced Wednesday says sheriff’s deputies improperly … more
Convicted murderer Alex Murdaugh is facing federal charges for the first time after being indicted on 22 financial fraud charges over allegations the former attorney schemed to steal settlement money … more
A new study shows a daily multivitamin may boost memory function in some people, although the results don't change recommendations about use of the supplements. Researchers tracked more than 3,500 … more
Authorities say a student shot and killed another student outside a school in Pittsburgh shortly before classes were due to start. Police say the alleged shooter is in custody, and that they … more
Before he left the West African nation of his birth, Mohamed read that New York was a place of “open arms." Now that he’s here seeking political asylum, he isn’t feeling as welcomed as he … more
The state of Texas is suing the Biden administration to have a newly introduced asylum rule thrown out. Texas is arguing in a lawsuit filed Tuesday that the administration's use of a phone app called … more
The U.S. Border Patrol chief says a 4-year-old child is “remarkably" OK after being dropped into the United States from a high border wall from Tijuana, Mexico. Surveillance video in San Diego … more
Jimmy Carter's grandson says the former president remains in good spirits three months after entering end-of-life care at home. Jason Carter says his grandfather follows public discussion of his … more
A divided federal appeals court has upheld the constitutionality of a new admissions policy at an elite Virginia high school that critics say discriminates against Asian Americans. The 2-1 ruling … more
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