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    Find out which countries are welcoming US tourists back

    Once one of the world's most powerful travel documents, the might of the United States passport has been diminished during the pandemic. With US Covid-19 cases near the 29 million mark, some nations continue to view American vacationers warily.

    One person killed in shooting at George Floyd memorial site in Minneapolis

    One person was shot to death Saturday night in Minneapolis at the same intersection where George Floyd died last year -- an area that has since become a memorial site.

    HFPA reveals plan for 'transformational change' after Golden Globes diversity scandal

    The Hollywood Foreign Press Association has unveiled a plan to diversify its ranks, a week after vowing inclusion at the Golden Globes Awards.      

    Army Chaplain's Remains Identified After 70 years

    The remains of Emil Kapaun, the Catholic priest and Korean War prisoner of war, have been identified, the Pentagon said Friday. Kapaun was given the Medal of Honor posthumously...

    College basketball winners and losers: Oklahoma State, Virginia surging; Villanova, Florida State falter

    Loyola-Chicago, Alabama also notch important victories a week out from Selection Sunday. Florida State loses outright ACC regular-season title.      

    Bubble watch: Wichita State quietly thriving; Duke's NCAA Tournament hopes take a hit

    The Shockers roll over South Florida and continue to build case for inclusion in the NCAA Tournament. Duke's loss to North Carolina may spell doom.      

    US Chamber of Commerce won't pull support for lawmakers who objected to election results...

    The US Chamber of Commerce will not suspend financial contributions to members of Congress who voted to overturn the 2020 presidential election, according to a memo released Friday.

    Safe water — it's what women want

    Of the many indirect consequences of Covid-19, growing gender inequality is an area of grave concern where the world is falling grievously behind. While women labor at the frontlines, comprising 70% of the world's healthcare workers, according to the World Health Organization (WHO), they are also leaving the workforce at a much higher rate than men, and doing over three-quarters of all unpaid care work, including the care of children.

    LeFlore County adds 20 coronavirus cases

    LeFlore County had 20 new coronavirus cases in Saturday’s report by the Oklahoma Department of Health. Poteau had seven new cases, Spiro five, Pocola three, Heavener two, while Arkoma,...

    Black mother pepper-sprayed in front of her toddler, police say

    The Police Accountability Board in Rochester, New York, is calling for fundamental changes in the city's police department after police said a Black mother was pepper-sprayed during an arrest, which body camera footage showed took place in front of her 3-year-old child.

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    Wall Street Journal: Third female former staffer accuses New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo of...

    A third female former staffer has come forward with accusations of inappropriate conduct by embattled New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo, according to reporting by the Wall Street Journal on Saturday night.

    Analysis: With Covid relief and stimulus checks in sight, Biden asks for faith in...

    Democrats muscled past unified Republican opposition, resolved their own last-minute identity crisis and are on the cusp of delivering a massive Covid relief bill that will put $1,400 checks in the pockets of millions of Americans, shore up unemployment for the millions still out of work and notch the first major legislative accomplishment of Joe Biden's presidency.

    Find out which countries are welcoming US tourists back

    Once one of the world's most powerful travel documents, the might of the United States passport has been diminished during the pandemic. With US Covid-19 cases near the 29 million mark, some nations continue to view American vacationers warily.