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Border arrests plunge 29% in June to the lowest of Biden’s presidency as asylum halt takes hold

Arrests for illegally crossing the border from Mexico plunged 29% in June, the lowest month of Joe Biden’s presidency, according to figures released Monday...

Trump’s grand RNC entrance, a VP pick and the new GOP: Takeaways from day 1

Trump-Vance 2024. The Republican presidential ticket came together on Monday when Donald Trump named JD Vance as his running mate. In turning to the 39-year-old...

How reggaeton stars are driving a basketball boom in Puerto Rico

Vianca Braña never used to attend basketball games in her hometown of Carolina, Puerto Rico — or anywhere else in the United States territory....

Biden appeals for “unity” after attempted Trump assassination, orders security review

President Joe Biden on Sunday appealed for the country to “unite as one nation” after the attempted assassination of his predecessor, Donald Trump, and...

A few short minutes after Trump took the stage, shots rang out

At 6:02 pm Saturday, to the strains of “God Bless the U.S.A.,” former President Donald Trump took the stage at fairgrounds in Butler, Pennsylvania, waving at...

Biden says during news conference he’s going to ‘complete the job’ despite calls to bow out

President Joe Biden used his closely watched news conference Thursday to deliver a forceful defense of his foreign and domestic policies and batted away...

Diamond Shruumz microdosing candies may be linked to a death and nearly 50 illnesses

Federal health officials are investigating a possible death and dozens of illnesses tied to recalled “microdosing” candies laced with a chemical found in mushrooms...

Supreme Court sends Trump immunity case back to lower court, dimming chance of trial before election

The Supreme Court on Monday extended the delay in the Washington criminal case against Donald Trump on charges he plotted to overturn his...

A halting Biden tries to confront Trump at debate but stirs Democratic panic about his candidacy

A raspy and sometimes halting President Joe Biden tried repeatedly to confront Donald Trump in their first debate ahead of the November election,...

Texas added more Hispanic, Asian and Black residents than any other state last year

Everything is bigger in Texas, including the number of residents of diverse racial and ethnic backgrounds who joined the state’s population last year. The Lone...

The Supreme Court rules for Biden administration in a social media dispute with conservative states

The Supreme Court on Wednesday sided with the Biden administration in a dispute with Republican-led states over how far the federal government can go...

Amazon joins exclusive club, crossing $2 trillion in stock market value for the first time

Amazon joined the exclusive $2 trillion club Wednesday after Wall Street investors pushed the value of the e-commerce giant’s stock past that threshold. Shares in...

Micro communities for the homeless sprout in US cities eager for small, quick and cheap solutions

In a dreary part of downtown Atlanta, shipping containers have been transformed into an oasis for dozens of previously unsheltered people who now proudly...

Takeaways from Supreme Court ruling: Abortion pill still available but opponents say fight not over

The Supreme Court unanimously upheld access to a drug used in the majority of U.S. abortions on Thursday, though abortion opponents say the ruling won’t be the last...

What happened to the likes? X is now hiding which posts you like from other users

Social media platform X is now hiding your likes. In an update posted on the platform formerly known as Twitter earlier this week, X’s engineering team said...

After rare flash flood emergency, Florida prepares for more heavy rainfall in coming days

A tropical disturbance has brought a rare flash flood emergency to much of southern Florida as residents prepared to weather more heavy rainfall on...

Guilty: Trump becomes first former US president convicted of felony crimes

Donald Trump became the first former American president to be convicted of felony crimes Thursday as a New York jury found him guilty of all...

Latest deadly weather in US kills at least 20 as storms carve path of ruin across multiple states

Powerful storms killed at least 20 people, injured hundreds and left a wide trail of destruction across Texas, Oklahoma and Arkansas after obliterating homes...

More and faster: Electricity from clean sources reaches 30% of global total

Billions of people are using different kinds of energy each day and 2023 was a record-breaking year for renewable energy sources — ones that...

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