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Los Angeles City Council Votes To Cut Police Funding
FBI Arrests Jeffrey Epstein Confidant Ghislaine Maxwell
New Zealand's Health Minister Resigns After Lockdown Missteps
June Jobs Report Exceeds Economists' Expectations
U.S. Records More Than 50,000 New Daily COVID-19 Cases
State Leaders Are Rethinking Reopening; Some Consider Mask Mandates
Lawmakers Propose Removing Columbus Day's Federal Holiday Status
Richmond Mayor Orders Confederate Statues Be Removed From City Land
Exclusive: American Airlines CEO Says Distancing Not Possible
Russians Vote To Let President Putin Seek 2 More Terms
What Went Wrong In The U.S.' COVID-19 Fight?
Bipartisan Calls For Masks Grow As Coronavirus Cases Surge
Colorado Primary Election Gave Trump Another Endorsement Defeat
U.S. Buys All Of July's Production Of Antiviral Drug Remdesivir
Lockdown Ordered For First City In U.K. After COVID-19 Outbreak
U.K. Opens Path To Citizenship For Some Hong Kong Residents
Boston To Remove Statue of Abraham Lincoln With Kneeling Slave
The Pandemic-Driven Revival Of Drive-In Movie Theaters
Senator Says No Intel Community Officials Attended Russia Briefing
President Trump's Immigration Freeze Is Keeping Families Separated
Seattle Mayor Orders CHOP Zone Evacuated
Justice Dept. Has Been Looking Into Elijah McClain's Death For Months
How Risky Is Being A Restaurant Worker With Underlying Health Issues?
COVID-19 Could Trigger Further Drop In Already Falling U.S. Birth Rate
U.S. Officials: Financial Transfers Corroborate Russian Bounties
Airbus To Cut 15,000 Jobs Over COVID-19 Pandemic
U.S. Records 48,000 New Cases Of COVID-19 In One Day
Breaking Waves
Louisville To Investigate Handling Of Breonna Taylor's Case
Hong Kong Police Make First Arrests Under New National Security Law
8 States Keep Confederate Statues On Display In U.S. Capitol
New Jersey Bans Indoor Smoking, Drinking And Eating At Casinos
Officer Charged With Killing Rayshard Brooks Granted $500,000 Bond
Officers Investigated After Taking Photos At Elijah McClain Memorial
Judge Temporarily Blocks Tell-All Book By President Trump's Niece
Newsy/Ipsos Poll Shows Biden With 2020 Momentum
How The Facebook Ad Boycott May Also Help Fight Misinformation
Los Angeles County To Close Beaches For 4th Of July Weekend
NY, NJ, Conn. Add Eight New States To Quarantine Orders for Travelers
W.H.O. Offers Grim Warning On Pandemic: 'The Worst Is Yet To Come'
What's The Risk Of Moving Into A New Place?
Health Officials Say Following Guidelines Is Key For Reopening Schools
Amy McGrath To Face Sen. Mitch McConnell For Kentucky Senate Seat
White Supremacist In National Guard Was Deployed To Floyd Protests
Iowa Governor Signs Waiting Period Abortion Law
Lawmaker Has 'Far More Questions' After Russian Bounty Briefing
Experts Warn Of Looming Housing Crisis As Eviction Courts Reopen
Three-Quarters Of Americans Say President Trump Should Wear A Mask
What's The Risk Of A Potluck?
EU Approves Countries To Travel To Member States, U.S. Not One Of Them
Hollywood Actor, Director Carl Reiner Dies At 98
Broadway Theaters Plan To Not Reopen Until 2021
China Passes Hong Kong National Security Law
AP: White House Knew About Alleged Russian Bounties In 2019
MTV VMAs Set For August And Will Span All 5 NYC Boroughs
YouTube Bans Several High-Profile White Supremacist Channels
​Cirque Du Soleil Files For Bankruptcy Protection
Jacksonville Mandates Face Masks Ahead Of GOP Convention
Judge In George Floyd Case Threatens To Move Trial Location
Multiple MLB Players Choose Not To Play 2020 Season
Pepsi, Ford And More Join List Of Brands Boycotting Social Media Ads
Gilead Sciences Announces Price Tag For Coronavirus Drug Remdesivir
Orange County Lawmakers Push To Drop John Wayne's Name From Airport
Reshaped By Pandemic, Cities Claim Streets For More Than Just Cars
Interpol Rejects Iran's Arrest Warrant For President Trump
Questions Mount After Reports Russia Paid Taliban To Kill U.S. Troops
1 Dead, 1 Hospitalized In Seattle CHOP Zone Shooting
Supreme Court Strikes Down Louisiana Abortion Law
St. Louis Couple Points Guns At Protesters Passing Their House
How Police Brutality Is Tied To America's Gun Culture
Four Charged With Attempting To Remove Andrew Jackson Statue in DC
Coronavirus Cases Surge In U.S., India
AP: China Is Using Forced Birth Control To Curb Uighur Population
California Shuts Down Bars In Los Angeles And Other Counties
Militants Attack Stock Exchange In Pakistan
FAA Approves Test Flights Of Boeing's Updated 737 Max Jet
The Push To Decriminalize Psychedelic Drugs
Miami To Close Beaches For Fourth Of July Due To COVID-19
President Trump Retweets Video Of Supporter Shouting 'White Power'
Global Coronavirus Cases Surpass 10 Million
President Trump Casts Doubt on Russia Bounty Report
Mississippi Lawmakers Pass Legislation To Change The State Flag
Declining COVID-19 Cases Only Reported In Two States
Gunman Kills 1, Injures 4 At California Walmart Distribution Center
Minneapolis City Council Greenlights Amendment To Dismantle Police
U.S. Reports Record Number Of New Coronavirus Cases
European Union Is Preparing To Block Travelers From U.S., Russia
Judge Rules Migrant Children Must Be Released Due To Coronavirus
U.S. Supreme Court Denies Request To Allow All Texans To Vote By Mail
House Approves Washington, D.C., Statehood Bill
President Trump Signs Order To Protect Nation's Monuments
Calls Grow To Remove Abraham Lincoln Statues In D.C. And Boston
Appeals Court Rules President Trump Can't Use Military Funds For Wall
Qualified Immunity: Unjust Or Necessary?
WH Coronavirus Task Force Says Local Responses To Outbreaks Are Key
Texas Governor Shuts Down Bars, Scales Back Restaurant Dining
Trump's Immigration Freeze Hurting Stone Mining Businesses In Idaho
What's The Risk Of Catching COVID-19 From Using A Ride-Share?
Views On Coronavirus Have Become Increasingly Partisan
International Space Station Crew Conduct Spacewalk