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Thunderstorms Complicate California Wildfires
Mail Sorting Machines Will Not Be Reduced Before Election Day
Violent Clashes Break Out At Several Protests Across U.S.
President Trump's Younger Brother, Robert Trump, Dies At 71
California Heat Causes Power Outages, Heightens Fire Fears
Postal Service Warns That Delays Could Keep Ballots From Being Counted
The Administration Is Rejecting Visa Applications With Blank Spaces
Minneapolis Mayor Seeks To Leave 100 Police Officer Openings Unfilled
Weather Conditions Create Problems With Wildfires
CA Officials Question Coronavirus Data After Technical Glitch
How Risky Are After-School Activities?
CDC Predicts About 189,000 Americans Will Die From COVID-19 By Sept. 5
Justice Department: Yale Discriminates Against White, Asian Applicants
CDC Head Warns Coronavirus Could Be 'Worst Fall' In Public Health
California Brush Fire Forces Evacuations
Colleges Sit On Emergency Cash Meant For Students
Netflix's 'Project Power' Adds New Layers To The Superhero Genre
What's The Risk Of Shared Classroom Materials?
Less Than 1 Million Americans Filed For Unemployment Last Week
U.S. Military Says Iran Seized Oil Tanker Near Strait Of Hormuz
Experts 'Extremely Concerned' As Lags, Inconsistency Plague Virus Data
FBI Postpones Use-Of-Force Data Release
3 Men Charged With Intimidating Alleged R. Kelly Victims
Joe Biden, Kamala Harris Make Campaign Debut As Running Mates
Native American Voters Face Hurdles Ahead Of Election
DIY COVID-19 Study on 2,000 Families Underway
Districts, School Bus Companies Face Challenges in Return To Class
Lawmakers Push For Full Federal Funding Of National Guard
Portland District Attorney Won't Pursue Most Protest-Related Charges
What's The Risk Of A School Field Trip?
U.S., South Korea To Conduct Scaled-Down Joint Military Drills
Seattle's Carmen Best Joins Long List Of Police Chief Resignations
Elijah McClain Family Sues City Of Aurora, Police And Paramedics
Officials Investigating Santa Clarita, California, Police Incident
NYC Prepares To Send 700,000 Students To Schools This Fall
At Least 2 People Dead, 7 Others Injured In Baltimore Explosion
Derecho Devastates Parts Of The Midwest
What's The Risk Of Riding The School Bus?
Trump Escorted Out Of Briefing Following Shooting Near White House
Amid 40% Rise Of Coronavirus In Kids, School Return Gets Bumpy Start
Chicago Shooting And Rumors Spark Overnight Looting Downtown
EPA To Roll Back Methane Gas Regulations
China Sanctions 11 U.S. Citizens In Dispute Over Hong Kong
McDonald's Sues Former CEO Over Relationships With Employees
What's The Risk Of School Lunch In A Classroom?
Sioux Checkpoints Aim To Block Bikers From Crossing Tribal Lands
Liberty University President To Take Indefinite Leave Of Absence
U.S. Surpasses 5 Million COVID-19 Cases
Portland Police Declare Riot After Fire Set In Police Union Building
Video Shows Black Inmate Saying 'I Can't Breathe' Before His Death
U.S. Postal Service Head Displaces Top Executives In Shake Up
Bodies Of 8 Military Recovered After Vehicle Sinks During Training
Liberty University President To Take Indefinite Leave Of Absence
Gov. Cuomo Says New York Schools Can Reopen For In-Person Learning
Michelle Obama Reveals She's Experiencing 'Low-Grade Depression'
State Department Lifts Blanket 'Do Not Travel' Advisory
Los Angeles To Shut Off Utilities For Residents Who Host Large Parties
Pandemic Parenting: How Do I Adjust for Virtual Learning?
Airline Demand Has All But Stopped Rebounding — Workers Are Desperate
New York Attorney General Files Lawsuit To Dissolve NRA
Self-Quarantining Rule A Costly Complication For Many College Students
CDC Warns Of Uptick In Polio-Like Illness In Children This Fall
FAA Proposes $1.25M Fine For Boeing
Portland Police Declare Riot For Second Night In A Row
Minneapolis Won't Vote To Dismantle Police Department In November
Chemical In Beirut Explosion Common In U.S., Public Reporting Isn't
Chicago Starting First Quarter of Academic Year Online
Voters Deliver Some Incumbent Upsets In Tuesday's Primaries
Other Countries Find Age Matters When Reopening Schools
As Schools Reopen, Intelligence Officials Say China Spying Looms Large
Alleged Twitter Hacker Pleads Not Guilty In Florida Court
Pandemic Parenting: How Can I Keep My Child Care Worker Safe?
Bipartisan Group Of States Team Up To Buy Rapid COVID-19 Tests
NYC Health Commissioner Quits In Clash With Mayor Over Virus Response
Professional Sports More Open About Social Justice Messaging
Leaked Body Camera Footage Shows New Details in George Floyd Arrest
Military Watchdog Stars and Stripes Fighting For Survival
Pres. Trump's Order Aims to Protect American Workers From Outsourcing
Tropical Storm Isaias Heads Up Atlantic, Leaving Damage Behind
House Committee Probing Homeland Security Activities During Protests
Census Bureau Shortening Counting Operation For 2020 Census
Officials Say Vehicle Malfunction Sparked The Apple Fire In California
Florida Reports Lowest Number Of New Infections Since Mid-June
Former FDA Commissioner Says MLB Outbreak Offers Warnings For Schools
Patients Share Stories Of Double Lung Transplant After COVID-19
Federal Judge Speaks Out For First Time About Family Tragedy
As Federal Forces Leave Portland, Protesters Want Accountability
Pandemic Parenting: How Can We Discuss Limited Interactions?
SpaceX 'Capsule Endeavor' Makes Splashdown
Southern California Fires Burns 20,000 Acres, Displaces Thousands
8 Military Presumed Dead Off Southern California Coast
Portland Police Declare Unlawful Assembly Outside Police Precinct
Portland Sees Peaceful Protests After Many Federal Agents Withdraw
Politico Report: Homeland Security Removing Top Intelligence Officer
Unprecedented Hajj, Eid Celebrations Show Coronavirus Impact
Boston Marathon Bomber's Death Sentence Overturned
U.S. Navy's First Black Woman Tactical Jet Pilot Graduates
Schools Are Open In One Georgia District. Masks Aren't Required.
Twitter Permanently Bans Former KKK Leader David Duke
One Marine Dead, 8 Missing After Vehicle Sinks Off California Coast