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By Jill Colvin, Associated Press
The first Republican presidential primaries are nearly a year away and the candidate field is unsettled.
By Associated Press
China is accusing the United States of spreading disinformation and suppressing TikTok following reports that the Biden administration was calling for its Chinese owners to sell their stakes in the popular video-sharing app.
By Karl Ritter, Dino Hazell, Associated Press
The Pentagon has released video of what it said was a Russian fighter jet dumping fuel on a U.S. Air Force surveillance drone before the warplane clipped the drone's propeller in international airspace, leading to its crash in the Black…
By Fatima Hussein, Associated Press
A week after the second-largest bank collapse in U.S. history, Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen told the Senate Finance Committee on Thursday that the nation's banking system “remains sound” and Americans "can feel confident” about their deposits.
By Josh Funk, Michelle Chapman, Associated Press
The first major railroad merger in more than two decades, one that would link the United States, Canada and Mexico, is being approved by federal regulators.
In our news wrap Wednesday, the EPA issued a rule to curb smokestack emissions that bring smog to downwind areas, the state of Texas announced it's taking over public schools in Houston, Russia and the U.S. had high-level discussions on…
By Matthew Daly, Associated Press
A new "good neighbor" rule issued by the Environmental Protection Agency will restrict smokestack emissions from power plants and other industrial sources that burden downwind areas with smog-causing pollution they can't control.
By Geoff Bennett, Matt Loffman
As the potential 2024 presidential matchups gain attention, the battle lines for the House of Representatives are also emerging. Both the Republican and Democratic campaign organizations are figuring out their vulnerabilities and potential districts to win back. Amy Walter of…
By Lolita C. Baldor, Tara Copp, Associated Press
Twenty years after the U.S. invaded Iraq — in blinding explosions of shock and awe — American forces remain in the country in what has become a small but consistent presence to ensure an ongoing relationship with a key military…
By Rebecca Boone, Associated Press
First Amendment experts say attacks on free speech rights are escalating across the United States. Joe Cohn with the Foundation for Individual Rights and Expression says censorship is proliferating and putting America's culture of individual freedoms at risk.
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