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By Jeffrey Brown, Lena I. Jackson
It’s a hidden history right in front of our eyes. The buildings, artworks and so much more were created all over the country during the New Deal of the 1930s and 40s. To bring that hidden history to light, the…
By Casey Kuhn, Nicole Ellis
Across America, midterm voters in five states had abortion rights on the ballot. In all five, voters decided to protect those rights.
By Ken Sweet, Associated Press
Sam Bankman-Fried received numerous plaudits as he rapidly achieved superstar status as the head of cryptocurrency exchange FTX: the savior of crypto, the newest force in Democratic politics and potentially the world's first trillionaire.
By Associated Press
Kelli Ward and her husband, Michael Ward, were presidential electors who would have voted for Trump in the Electoral College had he won Arizona. Both signed a document falsely claiming they were Arizona’s true electors, despite Biden’s victory in the…
By Sarah Rankin, Associated Press
Authorities say the suspect in the shooting at the University of Virginia that killed three members of the football team has been taken into custody.
By Juan A. Lozano, Josh Funk, LM Otero, Associated Press
The NTSB and FAA are investigating what caused a World War II-era bomber and a fighter plane to collide and crash to the ground in a ball of flames during an air show in Dallas on Saturday.
Democrats will retain control of the U.S. Senate after Sen. Catherine Cortez Masto won her race against Republican Adam Laxalt in Nevada on Saturday. In the House, Democrats still have a slim path to the majority, although ballot counting trends…
In our news wrap Sunday, Turkish officials say six people died and at least 80 were injured in an explosion in Istanbul, and the FAA and NTSB are investigating Saturday's deadly mid-air collision at a Dallas air show.
Leading up to the midterms, many news outlets projected major gains for Republicans, driven in part by polls that showed the economy as voters' top concern. But Democrats defied predictions on Election Day. What did the media get right and…
By Geoff Bennett, Lorna Baldwin
Media mogul Byron Allen is the chairman and CEO of Entertainment Studios, one of the largest privately held media companies in the world. He joins Geoff Bennett for our Weekend Spotlight to talk about how he forged a path for…
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