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It is unclear whether a bell that rang to mark the birth of the United States in 1776 survived a fire that gutted the historic New York City church where it hangs.
Road conditions are deteriorating and power outages are growing as parts of the northeastern U.S. cope with the first big wintry storm of the season.
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The pandemic has led to rising emergency room visits and long waits for U.S. children and teens facing mental health crises.
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The vast region of Southern California was placed under new lockdown orders as the state scrambles to slow the rapid escalation of coronavirus cases that threatens to ove...
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The Trump administration must accept new applications for the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program that protects some young immigrants from deportation.
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The Trump administration is suspending all federal student loan payments through the end of January and keeping interest rates at 0%, extending a moratorium that started ...
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The families of 34 victims who were killed in a boat fire off the California coast in 2019 have endured a year of firsts — the first anniversary, first birthdays, first h...
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The U.S. Bureau of Land Management plans to hold an oil and gas lease sale for Alaska’s Arctic National Wildlife Refuge next month.
The killing of a young Black man last month by a white man who complained that he was playing loud music has roiled Ashland, Oregon.
Here's what KPRC 2 knows about the death of Alexis Sharkey and remembrances of her.
Getting a COVID-19 vaccine to the right people could change the course of the pandemic in the United States.
The U.S. Census Bureau says only a tiny percentage of records are affected by data irregularities that are putting in jeopardy a year-end deadline for turning in numbers ...
Republican officials in Georgia are floating additional requirements for the state’s vote-by-mail process — despite no evidence of systemic fraud.
New York City rapper Casanova has surrendered to law enforcement following his indictment in a gang-related racketeering case.
The coronavirus pandemic is preventing Pearl Harbor survivors from attending an annual ceremony to remember those killed in the 1941 attack.
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A judge has denied a request to dig up the remains of President Warren Harding.
Several California politicians have been called out in the last month for their dining choices that violate the state's rules aimed at slowing the spread of coronavirus.
U.S. hospitals slammed with COVID-19 patients are trying to lure nurses and doctors out of retirement, recruiting students and new graduates who have yet to earn their li...
Federal prosecutors say they won't seek the death penalty against a man accused of killing three people and injuring nine others at a Planned Parenthood clinic in Colorad...
A series of random attacks on men in a Boston suburb has angered city leaders, frustrated police and frightened residents.
San Francisco has banned all tobacco smoking inside apartments, citing concerns about secondhand smoke.
A prominent law enforcement training group is promoting a lengthy research document riddled with falsehoods and conspiracies that urges local police to treat Black Lives ...
U.S. health officials say staying home for the upcoming winter holidays is the best way to stay safe and protect others.
A midshipman at the U.S. Naval Academy has become the first Black woman selected for the academy's top student leadership position.
Democrats in the House and Senate introduced a joint resolution Wednesday aimed at amending the 13th Amendment’s ban on chattel enslavement.
Former special counsel Robert Mueller consents to a rare interview in Chuck Rosenberg's “The Oath” podcast, out on Wednesday.
Britain has become the first country in the world to authorize a rigorously tested COVID-19 vaccine and could be dispensing shots within days.