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Several Republican governors sat down with Sean Hannity on Wednesday to tout their pandemic successes.
One man’s journey through public waterways—whether sparkling or dirty or algae-filled—challenges us to look differently at the commons.
A victim wounded during the mass shooting at a light rail yard in California died Wednesday night, bringing the death toll from the violent attack to nine.
Some world leaders and scientists have criticized Beijing for not raising the international alarm quickly enough over the coronavirus outbreak.
White woman who called police on Black birdwatcher in Central Park sues former employer over her firing
Amy Cooper was fired from her job at Franklin Templeton a day after the exchange with Christian Cooper in Central Park went viral.
China accuses the US of "political manipulation" over investigations into the origins of the pandemic.
People in some parts of the U.S. saw a trail of lights after SpaceX made its hundredth successful flight of a Falcon 9 rocket, taking a batch of 60 satellites to orbit.
Virginia police officers are carrying out an investigation into the shooting that has shocked a small community.
As vaccinations continue and states fully reopen, a new $100 million initiative seeks to bring together nonprofits and Fortune 1000 companies to ensure Hispanics are not left behind.
The infectious disease expert recently said the scientific community was not "100 percent" certain that COVID-19 originated in a natural environment.
There have been 34,000 applications for a new visa for people from Hong Kong seeking residency in the UK in just two months, the Home Office has revealed.
The families of nine Guatemalan migrants who were killed and buried in Mexico on the way to the U.S. are credited with pushing for answers though questions remain.