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    Biden, top Democrats swing behind bipartisan virus aid bill

    President-elect Joe Biden has swung behind a bipartisan COVID-19 relief effort

    Barr had 'intense' meeting with Trump after AG undercut voter fraud claims: Sources

    Attorney General Bill Barr had an unscheduled meeting with President Trump Tuesday following an interview in which he disputed the president's claims of election fraud.

    Ivanka Trump deposed by DC attorney general in inauguration investigation

    Ivanka Trump sat for a deposition with the Washington, D.C. Attorney General's Office Tuesday as part of an on going investigation into the Trump 2017 Inaugural Committee

    Boeing's 737 Max completes 1st public flight since grounding

    Boeing's 737 MAX flew for the first time Wednesday with members of the public onboard since two fatal crashes forced U.S. regulators to ground the plane in March 2019.

    US takes new action on some Chinese exports, citing forced labor

    A cotton distributor based in Xinjiang province has been hit with sanctions.

    Trump's veto threat on must-pass defense bill meets GOP resistance

    Trump's Tuesday night veto threat of a highly popular, must-pass defense bill -- which includes a 3% pay raise for U.S. troops -- has been met with GOP defiance.

    Taliban, Afghan government take step in talks as US draws down troops

    After three months of deadlocked talks, the Taliban, Afghan government made a breakthrough in peace negotiations, although that incremental progress is still challenged.

    Trump silent as UK is first to authorize vaccine

    President Donald Trump was uncharacteristically silent after the UK authorized a COVID-19 vaccine.

    Pelosi, Schumer back bipartisan $908B pandemic relief proposal as basis for talks

    House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer are backing a new $908 billion coronavirus relief bill.

    'You need to assume you became infected' at Thanksgiving: White House task force

    Trump's pandemic task force says Americans should assume they became infected from Thanksgiving gatherings.

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    The Monolith Mystery Deepens, As A 3rd Oddity Pops Up In California

    For the third time in three weeks, a metal monolith has appeared without explanation, this time in Central California. Yet answers are just as...

    'Every parent's worst nightmare': 3-year-old loses legs after skinning his knee on vacation

    Beauden Baumkirchner, 3, skinned his knee in early October. That cut acted as a portal for the toxin-laced bacteria that threatened his life.