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China's Premier Li Qiang has arrived in New Zealand at the start of a weeklong tour that also includes Australia and Malaysia. China is New Zealand's biggest trading partner and has traditionally … more
After organizers for Nathan’s Famous Fourth of July hot dog eating contest said Joey Chestnut wouldn’t compete this year due to a deal with a rival brand, Netflix swiftly announced a new hot … 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
A proposal seeking to eliminate a hefty price tag for New York City renters is drawing fierce opposition from the real estate industry. Currently, city renters are often on the hook to pay thousands … 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
Social media platform X is now hiding your likes. In an update posted on the platform formerly known as Twitter earlier this week, X’s engineering team said it would be making all users' likes … 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
WeWork has officially emerged from bankruptcy — and appointed new leadership in the process. Once a Wall Street darling, the provider of co-working space paid the price for overexpansion in its … more
JASPER — Arkansas Sen. Bryan King (R) district 28 held a town hall meeting at the Jasper School Tuesday night, June 11, and opened the discussion on the topics of gravel mining and state budget legislation. When it came to opening the floor to the audience, questions and comments focused more on the status of the Buffalo National River and the LEARNS Act. 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
Food authorities in Denmark have recalled three types of spicy instant noodle products imported from South Korea over possible risks for “acute poisoning.” The Danish Veterinary and Food … 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
Sony Pictures Entertainment is getting into the exhibition business. The studio behind recent films like “Bad Boys: Ride or Die” and “The Garfield Movie” has acquired the distinctive theater … 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
The Arkansas Department of Health has lifted the the 'Boil Water' Notice issued by SW Boone County Water Association on June 6. The order was for the area on HWY 43 from the wellhouse to Compton. This order was issued as a precautionary measure because of the possibility that contaminated water may have entered the distribution system as a result of a loss in normal system pressure from a main break. more
Transplant organizations say a 98-year-old man may be the oldest American to ever donate an organ. Orville Allen lived a lifetime of service as a World War II and Korean war veteran and a longtime … more
Hall of Famer Jerry West, who died at 86, was nicknamed “Mr. Clutch” because of his late-game heroics and his silhouette is believed to be the basis of the NBA logo. He was enshrined into the … more
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