Sudanese demonstrators attend a rally to demand the return to civilian rule nearly a year after a military coup

Sudan's Generals, Pro-Democracy Group Ink Deal To End Crisis

Sudan's coup leaders and the main pro-democracy group signed a deal Monday to establish a civilian-led transitional government.


U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken.
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Blinken Vows U.S. Support For Israel Despite Unease Over Government

Residents wearing face masks line up for their routine COVID-19 tests
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China Eases Controls, Gives No Sign When 'Zero COVID' Ends

1:49graphic of how often do you use your middle name

Why Do We Have Middle Names?

3:09Robotic arms put in the electric vehicle powertrain into the Ariya model in the assembly line at Nissan's Tochigi plant
Yuri Kageyama / AP

Why Are Factory Jobs Making A Comeback?

The gate to the Duke Energy West End substation in Moore County, N.C., is shown on the ground.
John Nagy / The Pilot via AP

Power Outages Could Last Days After Shootings At Substations

0:40The gate to the Duke Energy West End substation.
John Nagy/The Pilot via AP

Sheriff: Vandalism Cuts Power Across North Carolina County

2:57Paramedics are shown.

10 Students Overdose After Apparently Taking Cannabis Edibles

2:17Shanquella Robinson
Sallamondra Robinson

New Developments In The Death Of Shanquella Robinson

4:19Construction workers.
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U.S. Hiring Stays Strong, Complicating Fed's Inflation Fight

3:28President Joe Biden with Education Secretary Miguel Cardona.
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High Court To Rule On Biden Student Loan Cancellation Plan

2:46Flowers and candles are placed around crosses at a memorial outside Robb Elementary School.
Jae C. Hong / AP

Uvalde Shooting Survivors Sue Law Enforcement Agencies For $27 Billion

4:49Max Titov is pictured with his modified truck.
Max Titov

Ukraine's 'Mad Max' Sends 4-Wheeled Foreign Fighters Into Battle

2:37A rail yard
Danny Karnik / AP

Congress Votes To Avert Rail Strike Amid Dire Warnings

5:06A prison in Illinois
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The State Of Wrongful Convictions In The U.S.

4:15People attending a vigil for four University of Idaho students
Ted S. Warren / AP

A Grieving Idaho Town Searches For Answers In College Slayings

Hiring sign is displayed outside of a retail store.
Nam Y. Huh / AP

Applications For Jobless Benefits Decline Last Week

0:33Actor Danny Masterson and his wife leaving court.
Brian Melley / AP

Mistrial After Jury Deadlock In Actor Danny Masterson Rape Case

1:13FTX CEO Sam Bankman-Fried.
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Ex-FTX CEO Says He Didn't 'Knowingly' Misuse Clients' Funds

3:06Candles and flowers are displayed outside of the charred home in Riverside, California.
Amy Taxin / AP

Deputy Posed As Teen Online To 'Groom' Girl Before Killing Her Family

2:06Two people place flowers at a growing memorial in front of a campus entrance sign for the University of Idaho.
Ted S. Warren / AP

Town Waits For Answers In University Of Idaho Student Homicides

7:27Applicants line up at a job fair.
Wayne Parry /AP

Why Is Quick Quitting Gaining Momentum?

Charity leader Ngozi Fulani, centre left, attends a reception held by Britain's Camilla, the Queen Consort
Kin Cheung / AP

Buckingham Palace Household Member Resigns Amid Race Comment

A genealogy testing kit for Ancestry/DNA.
Bebeto Matthews / AP

Holocaust Survivors Offered DNA Tests To Help Find Family

0:37China residents stand in line to be tested for COVID-19.
Andy Wong / AP

China Vows Crackdown On 'Hostile Forces' As Public Tests Xi

3:33ghost guns" are displayed at the headquarters of the San Francisco Police Department in San Francisco
Haven Daley / AP

Mass Shooting Victims Are Suing Gun Manufacturers

3:56Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer
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Landmark Same-Sex Marriage Bill Wins Senate Passage

3:59Freight train cars sit in a Norfolk rail yard.
Danny Karnik / AP

More Than 400 Groups Urge Congress To Act To Prevent Rail Strike

2:30Members of the Oath Keepers on Jan. 6
Manuel Balce Ceneta / AP

Oath Keepers' Stewart Rhodes Guilty Of Seditious Conspiracy

Workers walk to the Lusail Stadium, one of the 2022 World Cup stadiums, in Lusail, Qatar
Hassan Ammar / AP

Qatar Says Worker Deaths For World Cup 'Between 400 And 500'

3:05A locomotive
Sue Ogrocki / AP

President Biden Calls On Congress To Prevent Potential Rail Strike