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A CDC advisory panel is grappling with the best way to "do no harm" regarding Johnson & Johnson's COVID-19 vaccine and its risk of blood clots.
Widespread support for background checks and smart gun technology could push enough GOP senators out of lockstep on gun control.
Atty. Gen. Merrick Garland rescinded Friday restrictions on Justice Department's use of consent decrees to force police departments to reform.
Prince Philip's funeral will be streamed and televised on most major networks Saturday. But you'll have to wake up early to see it.
While China pushes a complacent population toward vaccination, a health official's suggestion to mix vaccines broaches sensitive political territory.
Biden signs emergency determination that officials say will speed refugee admissions to the U.S. but leaves Trump's cap of 15,000 refugees in place.
It's unlikely Bernie Madoff ever got into cryptocurrency from his prison cell, but he might have appreciated the logic.
Nicaraguan American Nora Sandigo helps children who have crossed the border on their own to join families in the U.S.
Why might some COVID-19 vaccines pose a small risk of blood clots while others don't? Scientists suspect it's related to their use of adenoviruses.
The Biden administration moves to hold Russia accountable for the hacking of federal agencies and interference in last year's presidential election.
In their rush to help unaccompanied immigrant children, some critics question whether Long Beach leaders understand what they are getting themselves into.
Climate change means Jordanians may soon not have enough water to drink. Others will face a similar scarcity.
In latest chapter of British royal rift, estranged princes William and Harry to cross paths at family funeral
White supremacists failed to turn out big crowds in Huntington Beach and elsewhere but have more coming, say experts on extremist groups.
'It is time to end America's longest war.' Biden to announce U.S. troops will leave Afghanistan by Sept. 11
President Biden to announce U.S. troops will leave Afghanistan by the 20th anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attacks that drew America into its longest war.