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Tick season is starting across the U.S., and experts are warning the bloodsuckers may be as plentiful as ever. That's because of a another mild winter and other favorable factors. Experts are mostly … more
May 10-16, 2024 People took part in the Piu Sik Parade at the Bun Festival in Hong Kong, Republican presidential candidate and former President Donald Trump attended his trial at Manhattan … more
U.S. figures show that San Diego became the busiest corridor for illegal crossings in April. It is the fifth region to hold that distinction in two years, a sign of how quickly migration routes are … more
Seventy years after the Supreme Court's Brown v. Board of Education ruling, the impact of the decision is still up for debate. Have Americans truly ended segregation in fact, not just in law? The … more
May 10-16, 2024 Naval academy students climbed a monument to celebrate their first year in Annapolis, Maryland, wildfires filled the sky with smoke over Edmonton, Alberta, and lowrider cars were … more
The Justice Department announced this week that the Attorney General has submitted to the Federal Register a notice of proposed rulemaking initiating a formal rulemaking process to consider moving marijuana from a schedule I to schedule III drug under the Controlled Substances Act (CSA). more
Scientists say temperatures that have gone “crazy haywire” hot, especially in the Atlantic, are close to making the current global coral bleaching event the worst in history. It's so bad that … more
Slovakian Prime Minister Robert Fico was gravely injured in an apparent assassination attempt that rocked the small country and the rest of Europe just weeks before an election. The attack calls to … more
The Webb Space Telescope has discovered the earliest known merger of black holes. Scientists reported Thursday that these two gigantic and distant black holes and their galaxies consolidated just 740 … more
Police have dismantled a pro-Palestinian encampment early Thursday at DePaul University in Chicago, hours after the school’s president told students to leave the area or face arrest. The move on … more
In Illinois, 114,000 people are banned from owning guns because of legal tangles or mental health issues. Cook County Sheriff Tom Dart will issue a report Thursday showing that three-quarters of them … more
Russian President Vladimir Putin’s visit to China underlines an increasingly close partnership between the two allies. China, led by President Xi Jinping, has offered robust diplomatic support to … more
The threat of a wildfire near Canada’s oil sands hub of Fort McMurray, Alberta, appeared to be easing Wednesday, a day after thousands of residents were forced to evacuate their homes in the city … more
The Dali container ship experienced a near perfect storm of calamities before it struck Baltimore's Francis Scott Key Bridge in March. But a report released Tuesday by federal investigators leaves … more
A bus carrying people to work in a watermelon field in central Florida was sideswiped by a suspected drunk driver and overturned in a field, killing eight of them and injuring up to 40 others. The … more
Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis has signed a bill making climate change a lesser priority under state law and banning offshore wind turbines near the lengthy coastline. The measure is to take effect July … more
Dawud Assad still has nightmares of the day Jewish militias attacked his village of Deir Yassin outside Jerusalem 76 years ago, killing more than 100 people. That massacre, along with similar attacks … more
Investigators say the electrical blackouts experienced by the container ship Dali before it left Baltimore’s port were “mechanically distinct from” those that resulted in the deadly collapse of … more
The death of Senior Airman Roger Fortson in Florida this month reignited a complicated debate about race, gun laws and self-defense – namely, who is typically afforded deference when it comes to … more
Slovakian Prime Minister Robert Fico is fighting for his life after he was shot by an assailant following a political event. The shooting sent shockwaves across Europe a few weeks before EU … more
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