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The U.S. Supreme Court Friday struck down a ban on the rapid-fire rifle bump stock used by the gunman who rattled off over 1,000 bullets in 11 minutes in Las Vegas in 2017. Some of those who survived … more
With summer about to start, many people planning to flock to their favorite swimming holes may also want to read up on bacteria warnings. The increased traffic at ponds, lakes and rivers means extra … more
A top U.S. bishop says government officials would be infringing on religious freedom if they were to restrict the Catholic Church’s work serving migrants along the U.S.-Mexico border. Archbishop … more
NASA's Voyager 1 spacecraft is sending science data again. The Jet Propulsion Laboratory says the spacecraft's four instruments are back in business after a computer problem in November. The team … more
Scientists are trying to determine why bird flu kills some animals quickly but leads to mild illnesses in others. In the last two years, the virus has been blamed for the deaths of millions of wild … more
What stands out during a cicada invasion is the sound. It's a constant, eerie, amazingly loud song that gets in a person's ears and won't let much else in. And it's coming from the tiniest bugs. The … more
Chinese soccer fans have poured their love — and money — into a Singaporean goalkeeper’s food stall after his performance in a game this week indirectly helped China advance to the third … more
June 7-13, 2024 Cambodians pray for rain and good fortune in the He Neak Ta ritual, people suffering respiratory ailments receive a secret herbal treatment with live fish in India, and soldiers … more
A crew is scheduled to begin tearing down the three-story classroom building where 17 people died in the 2018 mass shooting at Parkland, Florida’s, Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School. The … more
Demonstrators protesting Israel’s war against Hamas in Gaza occupied a building at California State University, Los Angeles, while the campus president was inside. The takeover later ended with no … more
The U.S. Justice Department says Phoenix police had a pattern of violating people's rights, from unjustified deadly force to discrimination against minorities and homeless populations. The government … more
Attorneys for the two remaining survivors of the 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre say they will petition the Oklahoma Supreme Court for a rehearing in their reparations case. In an 8-1 decision on Wednesday, … more
Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Dick Durbin says his committee has uncovered at least three additional luxury trips given to Justice Clarence Thomas by donors as part of the panel’s ethics … more
U.S. Catholic Bishops convening for a two-day meeting are considering a new, multifaceted program of outreach to Native American Catholics. The effort is motivated in part by a desire to make amends … more
A Minnesota man who once fought for the Islamic State group in Syria after becoming radicalized expressed remorse and wept in court as he was sentenced to 10 years in prison. Abelhamid Al-Madioum … more
An Army health expert told a panel investigating a mass shooting by a reservist experiencing a psychiatric crisis that there are health care differences for Army reservists that could limit the flow … more
Mortgage rates eased again this week, though the latest pullback leaves the average rate on a 30-year home loan at close to 7%, where it’s been much of this year. The rate fell to 6.95% from 6.99% … more
It's a popular notion that men eat more meat than women. Now, new research says it's true around the world. A study published this week in Nature Scientific Reports surveyed more than 28,000 people … more
Rafael Nadal is going to skip Wimbledon, as expected, and instead prepare for the Paris Olympics by entering a clay-court tournament in Bastad, Sweden. The 22-time Grand Slam champion said Thursday … more
The strong El Nino weather condition that added a bit of extra heat to already record warm global temperatures is gone. Forecasters expect its cool flip side, La Nina, to breeze in just in time for … more
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