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AP sources: 8 people with possible Islamic State ties arrested in US on immigration violations

Eight individuals from Tajikistan with suspected ties to the Islamic State group have been arrested in the United States in recent days More »

 

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Thefts of charging cables pose yet another obstacle to appeal of electric vehicles

Across the U.S., thieves have been targeting electric-vehicle charging stations, intent on stealing the cables, which contain copper wiring More »

 

1 fatally shot on Atlanta area transit bus that led officers on wild rush hour chase, police say

Atlanta police say one person has died after being shot on a commuter bus that then led officers on a wild chase into the suburbs with frightened passengers aboard More »

 

Southern Baptists pick new leader, will decide whether to formally ban churches with women pastors

Southern Baptists have elected a North Carolina pastor and longtime denominational statesman to be the next president of their convention More »

 

Six years after the Parkland school massacre, the bloodstained building will finally be demolished

Demolition of the building where 17 people died in the 2018 Parkland school shooting is set to begin More »

 

Supreme Court has a lot of work to do and little time to do it with a sizable case backlog

The Supreme Court has a lot of work left to do and little time to do it More »

 

Congress sought Osprey crash and safety documents from the Pentagon last year. It's still waiting

A House Oversight Committee panel that launched an investigation into the safety and oversight of the V-22 Osprey aircraft following a string of fatal crashes hasn't received the critical data or accident reports that its members requested months ago More »

 

Traffic resumes through Baltimore's busy port after $100M cleanup of collapsed bridge

Authorities anticipate commercial shipping traffic through the Port of Baltimore will soon return to normal levels after its main channel fully reopened earlier this week More »

 

Faking an honest woman: Why Russia, China and Big Tech all use faux females to get clicks

When it comes to online scams and foreign disinformation, it pays to be female More »

 

Americans celebrate their flag every year, and the holiday was born in Wisconsin

Each June, Waubeka, Wisconsin, venerates one of the nation's more enduring symbols with a holiday that escapes the notice of many Americans More »

 

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