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Researchers have found that most cancer drugs granted accelerated approval by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration do not deliver on their early promise. The program allows the FDA to grant early … more
“Godzilla x Kong: The New Empire” easily swatted away a pair of challengers to hold on to the top spot at the box office for the second week in a row, according to studio estimates Sunday. After … more
A 4.8 magnitude earthquake shook New York City on Friday as the Yankees went through batting practice before their home opener. Three days later, the Yankees will play after another natural … more
Former teammates, Braves executives and family members remember Hank Aaron's unwavering strength despite receiving racist hate mail and threats during his pursuit of Babe Ruth's home run record. … more
Davante Jennings cast his first vote for Democrat Hillary Clinton in the 2016 presidential race and then walked away from politics after Republican Donald Trump's election that year. Jennings sat out … more
Small town businesses are embracing the eclipse crowds, as weekend festivities heat up before Monday's big event. Overcast skies are forecast for Monday's cosmic wonder across Texas, already packing … more
President Joe Biden’s reelection campaign and the Democratic National Committee report raising more than $90 million in March and ending the year’s first quarter with $192 million-plus in cash on … more
William Woods was homeless and living in Los Angeles when he learned that someone was racking up debt using his name. But when he reported his concerns to a branch manager of a bank, he wound up … more
Months after Maine’s deadliest mass shooting, state lawmakers held an hourslong hearing to debate a so-called red flag bill that would let family members petition a judge to remove guns from … more
Ohio is pulling out all the stops for Monday’s total solar eclipse, as it braces for potentially hundreds of thousands of visitors. At a Friday news conference, Republican Gov. Mike DeWine said it … more
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration says the levels of the crucial heat-trapping gases in the atmosphere reached historic highs last year, growing at near-record fast paces. Friday's … more
March 29 - April 4, 2024 Rescuers searched for missing people and worked to reach hundreds stranded following Taiwan’s strongest earthquake in 25 years. A crowd of people, some weeping, … more
A beloved giraffe at a zoo in South Dakota has died. On Thursday, the Great Plains Zoo and Butterfly House & Aquarium in Sioux Falls announced the death of Chioke. He was an 18-year-old reticulated … more
Thomas Gumbleton, a Catholic bishop in Detroit, has died. For decades, he was an international voice against war and racism and an advocate for labor and social justice. Gumbleton was 94. He became a … more
March 29 - April 4, 2024 Israeli airstrikes that killed seven aid workers in Gaza reverberated around the world, as friends and relatives mourned the losses of those who were delivering food to … more
March 29 - April 4, 2024 Worshippers celebrate Easter across the country, Senegalese Muslim migrants pray at a mosque in New York, and dancers perform during auditions for the Radio City … more
Attorneys defending Tennessee’s sweeping abortion ban have alleged that doctors challenging the law do not want any oversight when deciding to terminate a pregnancy and instead are improperly … more
Former President Donald Trump offered a tough message to Israel over its war against Hamas on Thursday, urging the country to: “Get it over with.” In an interview with conservative radio host … more
The No Labels group says it won't field a presidential candidate in November after strategists for the bipartisan organization failed to attract a high-profile centrist willing to seize on the … more
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