Three days before the riot, Capitol Police distributed an internal document warning that armed extremists were poised for violence and could attack Congress. But the acting chief said Thursday that the assault turned out to be much bigger than the…
By Mike Stobbe, Associated Press
February is usually the peak of flu season, with doctors' offices and hospitals packed with suffering patients. But not this year.
By Lolita C. Baldor, Associated Press
The U.S. military is beginning to deliver shots at coronavirus vaccination centers in Texas and New York and says service members will start staffing four centers in Florida and one in Philadelphia next week.
In our news wrap Wednesday, the Food and Drug Administration reported Johnson & Johnson's COVID vaccine is 66-percent effective against moderate and severe symptoms, President Biden's attempt to halt most immigrant deportations for 100 days is on hold, and a…
By Yamiche Alcindor, Rachel Wellford, Bria Lloyd, Lizz Bolaji
Black Americans have historically faced discrimination and even abuse by medical professionals, issues that have again come to the forefront during the pandemic. We here from Americans who have directly experienced discrimination, and Yamiche Alcindor speaks with Dr. Vanessa Northington…
Black History Month expands students’ understanding of the Black experience in American history. But one teacher in Akron, Ohio wanted her students to see that Black history isn’t something that happened in the past, it happens every single day through…
By Michael Liedtke, Associated Press
A trust representing more than 80,000 victims of deadly wildfires ignited by Pacific Gas and Electric’s rickety electrical grid is suing nearly two dozen of the utility’s former executives and board members.
By Marina Villeneuve, Associated Press
A former member of Gov. Andrew Cuomo's administration who previously accused him of sexual harassment offered new details Wednesday, saying he once kissed her on the lips without consent after a private meeting.
By Michael Balsamo, Associated Press
Several witnesses have been subpoenaed to appear before a federal grand jury considering charges against former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin, who is already facing state murder charges in the death of George Floyd.
By Nomaan Merchant, Associated Press
With its long-term facilities for immigrant children nearly full, the Biden administration is working to expedite the release of children to their relatives in the U.S.
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