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Danielle Deadwyler says racism and misogynoir played a role in this year’s Academy Awards nominations, where she and Viola Davis were overlooked in the best actress category. Going into Oscar … more
Authorities say a suspect sought in the shooting of two Maryland police officers has been taken into custody after fleeing from the vehicle he had stolen from a detective he shot. Harford County … more
FEB. 2-9, 2023 From the earthquake that ravaged parts of Turkey and Syria to the ongoing war in Ukraine and the Pope’s visit to South Sudan, this photo gallery highlights some of the most … more
The earthquake that struck Turkey and Syria this week has killed more than 21,600 people. At least four earthquakes this century have been deadlier. A magnitude 7.6 earthquake in 2005 caused more … more
Allegations of childhood physical or sexual assault at New Hampshire’s youth detention center have been made by 20 people against a man later promoted to chief of operations and named to a panel … more
One of three Memphis Police officers who initially detained Tyre Nichols last month approached Nichols’ car while brandishing his gun. According to documents released by the city on Thursday, … more
Residents forced to evacuate in Ohio after a train hauling chemicals derailed and later sent up a toxic plume are beginning to trickle home for the first time in several days. Some say they’re … more
South Dakota lawmakers are advancing a number of bills that would curb Chinese influence in South Dakota’s farmland. Republican Rep. Will Mortenson proposed Thursday investigating partnerships … more
Dennis the Menace has been found. A statue of the comic strip character that was stolen from a park in Monterey, California, last summer was found submerged in a nearby lake. Monterey County Sheriff … more
A Vermont man has until summer to remove all unpermitted structures at a gun training center in Pawlet that was built without zoning approval. The Vermont Environmental Court is fining Slate Ridge … more
A site in Kenya has yielded some of the oldest stone tools ever found — and fueled a mystery of who used them. According to a study published Thursday, early humans used the tools to cut up hippos … more
Every New York City mayor has battled rats. But for the current mayor, Eric Adams, the war on vermin has taken a peculiar turn. Adams went before a hearing officer Thursday to contest tickets he got … more
The average long-term U.S. mortgage rate ticked up slightly this week after four weeks of declines, a possible sign of stability that could draw in home shoppers with spring buying season weeks away. … more
On Super Bowl Sunday, advertising’s biggest night, religion rarely makes an appearance among the much buzzed about beer and fast-food commercials. But this year, an ad campaign is promoting … more
The next big thing in nuclear power could be tiny — little reactors that are far smaller and far cheaper than the traditional massive nuclear plants topped by giant concrete cooling towers. These … more
Sam Bankman-Fried, the founder and former CEO of FTX, has been unusually talkative following the November collapse of the cryptocurrency exchange and his subsequent indictment on fraud and other … more
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan is scheduled to travel to the quake-hit provinces of Gaziantep, Osmaniye and Kilis amid ongoing criticism that the government’s response has been too slow. In … more
President Joe Biden delivered his State of the Union address Tuesday, touting his accomplishments over the past two years as well as touching on a variety of political issues and making pitches for new policies to implement.  more
A tiny California mouse now has a big title after winning a Guinness World Records title for longevity. A Pacific pocket mouse named Pat — after “Star Trek” actor Patrick Stewart received the … more
A broadcast reporter was pushed to the ground, handcuffed and arrested for trespassing Wednesday while covering a news conference about the derailment of a train carrying toxic chemicals in Ohio. … more
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