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Demonstrators protesting Israel’s war against Hamas in Gaza occupied a building at California State University, Los Angeles, while the campus president was inside. The takeover later ended with no … more
The U.S. Justice Department says Phoenix police had a pattern of violating people's rights, from unjustified deadly force to discrimination against minorities and homeless populations. The government … more
Attorneys for the two remaining survivors of the 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre say they will petition the Oklahoma Supreme Court for a rehearing in their reparations case. In an 8-1 decision on Wednesday, … more
Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Dick Durbin says his committee has uncovered at least three additional luxury trips given to Justice Clarence Thomas by donors as part of the panel’s ethics … more
U.S. Catholic Bishops convening for a two-day meeting are considering a new, multifaceted program of outreach to Native American Catholics. The effort is motivated in part by a desire to make amends … more
A Minnesota man who once fought for the Islamic State group in Syria after becoming radicalized expressed remorse and wept in court as he was sentenced to 10 years in prison. Abelhamid Al-Madioum … more
Dozens of tourists say they became ill after visiting a popular Arizona tourist destination known for its towering blue-green waterfalls. Hikers have reported symptoms that include vomiting and … more
An Army health expert told a panel investigating a mass shooting by a reservist experiencing a psychiatric crisis that there are health care differences for Army reservists that could limit the flow … more
It's a popular notion that men eat more meat than women. Now, new research says it's true around the world. A study published this week in Nature Scientific Reports surveyed more than 28,000 people … more
Rafael Nadal is going to skip Wimbledon, as expected, and instead prepare for the Paris Olympics by entering a clay-court tournament in Bastad, Sweden. The 22-time Grand Slam champion said Thursday … more
The strong El Nino weather condition that added a bit of extra heat to already record warm global temperatures is gone. Forecasters expect its cool flip side, La Nina, to breeze in just in time for … more
A Native American community in the heart of New Mexico has officially doubled in size as more than 93 square miles of ancestral land was taken into trust by the U.S. government for Santa Ana Pueblo. … more
Two advocacy groups have asked a judge to unseal court records and preserve public access to hearings in the class action lawsuit against the federal Bureau of Prisons over the sexual abuse of … more
Authorities say three sheriff’s deputies have been shot while responding to a northern Illinois home. Ogle County Sheriff Brian VanVickle said at a Wednesday news conference that the deputies were … more
Louisiana's highest court is giving childhood victims of sexual abuse a renewed opportunity to file damage lawsuits. The state Supreme Court issued a 5-2 ruling Wednesday upholding a so-called … more
The annual rainy season has arrived with a wallop in much of Florida, where a disorganized disturbance of tropical weather from the Gulf of Mexico has caused street flooding and triggered tornado … more
Defense attorneys have grilled the lead investigator in the case of a woman accused of leaving her Boston police officer boyfriend for dead in a snowbank about offensive and inappropriate texts he … more
Noah and Kristen Dweck have seen a number of black bears around their home in Vermont but this was a first. It was a bear relaxing on their hammock. Noah Dweck took iPhone video of two young bears in … more
The Oklahoma Supreme Court has dismissed a lawsuit of the last two survivors of the 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre who were seeking reparations. The nine-member court on Wednesday upheld the decision made … more
If you’ve been sick with COVID-19, you may have some protection against certain versions of the common cold. A new study suggests previous COVID-19 infections lower the risk of getting colds caused … more
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