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Chippewa Manor’s beds could be full. The nursing and rehabilitation home is seeing plenty of demand from potential patients, after two nearby facilities recently closed. But there’s one … more
A New Jersey man with alleged ties to Nazism was convicted for his actions during the Jan. 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol after claiming he was unaware that Congress meets under that big … more
Federal student loan interest rates are set to rise for the 2022-23 academic year, following the U.S. Treasury Department’s 10-year note auction last week. The new rates will be 4.99 percent … more
National Rifle Association leader Wayne LaPierre avoided a no-confidence vote that would have ousted him from the post he’s held for more than 30 years, just days after a school massacre … more
(ATTENTION EDITORS: 1 photo accompanies this column.  FILENAME: US-NEWS-CONGRESS-GLOBAL-TAXES-GET.jpg)          With midterm elections fast approaching, … more
If you haven't been warned recently that your car warranty has expired, that something has gone badly wrong with your Social Security account or that you are in big trouble with the Internal Revenue … more
California marked its first suspected case of monkeypox Tuesday, in a person in Sacramento County. The person, who recently traveled to Europe, is isolating at home and … more
With the busy summer travel season approaching, many are wondering how high could U.S. gas prices get? Prices hit a nationwide record on Tuesday, May 24 — $4.598 a gallon — according … more
President Joe Biden has vowed to do everything in his power to fight record-setting gasoline and diesel prices, but he’s up against a stark reality: There are few options for … more
The House passed legislation last week to ensure that federal cybersecurity experts assist their state and local government counterparts in protecting networks from devastating attacks like … more
The number of Americans who identified as more than one race nearly doubled to 13.5 million people between 2010 and 2020, and did double or more in 34 states and the District of Columbia, a Stateline … more
Spurred by the deadliest school shooting in nearly a decade, Senate Democrats made plans to hold votes next month on House-passed measures to expand criminal background checks … more
In February 2020, environmental engineers Aaron Bivins and Kyle Bibby launched an informal collaborative with a few fellow researchers, hoping to share tips and strategies on monitoring … more
Former President Donald Trump vowed to speak at this weekend’s National Rifle Association convention even after an 18-year-old gunman killed 21 people, including 19 children, at a Texas … more
Millions more cans of baby formula will be available in the U.S. in the coming months, the nation’s Food and Drug Administration said, detailing steps it’s taken to alleviate a shortage … more
An alleged ISIS operative based in Ohio was charged on Tuesday with plotting to murder former President George W. Bush and attempting to bring assassins into the country illegally, … more
People with long COVID-19 who visited a Northwestern Medicine clinic were still experiencing symptoms such as headaches, dizziness, fatigue and brain fog for a median of 15 months … more
Americans can expect a decision on whether to vaccinate kids younger than 5 in the coming weeks, says the White House’s COVID response coordinator. Experts at the U.S. Food and Drug … more
The U.S. government lacks a complete picture of ransomware attacks that routinely cripple government and private sector networks, according to an investigation by Senate Homeland Security and … more
Top leaders of the Southern Baptist Convention mishandled sexual abuse claims, while ignoring — or even vilifying — victims to protect abusers, an explosive new report released Sunday has … more
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