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Haitian journey to Texas border starts in South America

Nearly all Haitians reach the U.S. border on a well-worn route.

SpaceX Inspiration4 mission: Space tourism closer to reality

At 8 p.m. ET on Sept. 15, 2021, the next batch of space tourists lifted off.

Bitcoin brings hopes, doubts for Salvadorans sending money

Other countries have dabbled in cryptocurrencies, but none has gone so far as El Salvador..

Origin story of the Texas law that could upend Roe v. Wade

The road to a Texas law that bans most abortions in the state began in a town called Waskom.

COVID recession pushed Social Security insolvency up a year

Social Security’s massive trust fund will be unable to pay full benefits in 2034.

AP-NORC poll: School mask, vaccine mandates supported

About 6 in 10 Americans say students and teachers should be required to wear face masks while in school.

‘Heartbroken’ Florida town has ties to Haiti’s quake zone

The suburb south of West Palm Beach holds deep ties to Les Cayes, a town hard hit by the 7.2 magnitude earthquake.

Amid new virus surge, Florida skeptics reconsider vaccine

The spike in infections could be pushing more people to get shots.

Why Haiti is prone to devastating earthquakes

Haiti sits near the intersection of two tectonic plates that make up the Earth’s crust.

5 takeaways from the release of 2020 census data

The Census Bureau issued its long-awaited portrait of how the U.S. has changed over the past decade.

Census data sets up redistricting fight over growing suburbs

The biggest gains came in states where Republicans will control the redistricting process.

Some praise, some doubts as Facebook rolls out a prayer tool

Facebook already asks for your thoughts. Now it wants your prayers.

Inside a KKK murder plot: ‘Do you want him six feet under?’

An unknown number of klansmen were working inside the Florida Department of Corrections.

Virus’s impact: More relaxing and thinking, less socializing

The share of employed people working from home shot up from just 22% in 2019 to 42% in 2020.

Money in the bank: Child tax credit dollars head to parents

The child tax credit had always been an empty gesture to millions of parents. That's changed now.

Summer camps hit with COVID outbreaks — are schools next?

The U.S. has seen a string of COVID-19 outbreaks tied to summer camps in recent weeks in places such as Texas, Illinois, Florida, Missouri...

Officials across Florida rethink condo inspection policies

Local governments are looking at whether they need to adopt new inspection policies.

Artist uses his brush to turn Surfside’s pain into hope

Roberto Marquez flew from Dallas to Miami nearly two weeks ago, hoping to add his hands to those digging through the rubble of a...

Building collapse shows town’s rich, middle-class division

The town has experienced a “roller coaster” of emotions since the collapse.

Driven by pandemic, Venezuelans uproot again to come to US

It’s a frequent scene across the U.S.-Mexico border at a time of swelling migration.

Surfside pushes back on report on delayed building repairs

It has not been determined definitively that they caused the collapse.

Millions skipped church during pandemic. Will they return?

As the pandemic recedes, worries of a deepening slide in attendance are universal.

No ET, no answers: Intel report is inconclusive about UFOs

A long-awaited U.S. government report on UFOs: The truth is still out there.

Nearly all COVID deaths in US are now among unvaccinated

Deaths in the U.S. have plummeted from a peak of more than 3,400 day on average in mid-January.

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