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By Associated Press
Pentagon press secretary Pat Ryder holds a news briefing on Thursday as Ukraine continues to request Patriot missiles batteries to fend off Russian attacks.
By Matt Ott, Associated Press
The number of Americans applying for unemployment benefits came back down last week and continue to hover around levels suggesting the U.S. labor market has been largely unaffected by the Federal Reserve's aggressive interest rate hikes.
By Ken Sweet, Associated Press
The former CEO of the failed cryptocurrency exchange FTX says that he did not "knowingly" misuse customers' funds.
By Sylvie Corbet, Matthew Daly, Aamer Madhani, Associated Press
Presidents Joe Biden and Emmanuel Macron are celebrating the long-standing U.S.-French relationship, but these are friends with differences.
By Bill Barrow, Jeff Amy, Associated Press
Georgia voters have cast more than 1 million ballots ahead of the Dec. 6 U.S. Senate runoff between Democratic Sen. Raphael Warnock and Republican challenger Herschel Walker.
The bilingual carvings on the relic proved to be the breakthrough in the decipherment of ancient Egyptian hieroglyphics after being unearthed by colonialists in Egypt in 1799.
In our news wrap Wednesday, House Democrats elected New York Representative Hakeem Jeffries as their new leader making him the first Black lawmaker to head a major political party in Congress, the Islamic State group says its latest leader has…
By Lisa Desjardins, Tommy Walters
Congress moved swiftly to head off a nationwide railroad strike. The U.S. House of Representatives voted to impose a compromise settlement on freight railroads and a dozen labor unions and approved more paid sick leave for rail workers. The measures…
By Cat Wise, Mary Fecteau, Maea Lenei Buhre
LGBTQ people are incarcerated at a rate three times higher than the general population. But when they are released from prison, experts say many reentry programs fail to meet their unique needs. Special correspondent Cat Wise reports for our series,…
By Samuel Petrequin, Associated Press
European Commission president Ursula von der Leyen said Wednesday the EU will work with international partners to get "the broadest international support possible" for the tribunal while supporting the International Criminal Court.
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