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    Amazon workers in Alabama get a do-over in union election

    A new union election for Amazon workers in Bessemer, Alabama will be held based on objections to the first vote that took place in April

    Biden addresses nation on omicron variant

    With the omicron variant prompting new travel restrictions this week, President Joe Biden will address the nation on Monday in remarks about the new COVID-19 variant.

    Omar issues statement after speaking with Boebert on anti-Muslim remark

    Rep. Ilhan Omar, D-Minn, said she had an "unproductive" call with Rep. Lauren Boebert, R-Colo., on Monday after Boebert suggested last week she was a terrorist.

    Gunman who shot dozens fantasized about mass violence for years: FBI

    The shooter who carried out the 2019 shooting in Dayton, OH had an "enduring fascination with mass violence."

    Actor charged in riot almost talked way into staying in jail

    An actor charged with storming the Capitol as a member of the Oath Keepers nearly talked his way into remaining in jail after his former attorney told a judge that the actor was challenging the court’s jurisdiction

    Trump's former defense secretary sues Defense Department over book redactions

    Former Defense Secretary Mark Esper has sued the Defense Department over redactions made to his upcoming book which includes details of his time working under Trump.

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    This roast chicken recipe is your foolproof comfort meal any night of the week

    While Ina Garten's "engagement chicken" recipe might seem like it has magical powers, roast chicken shouldn't be reserved for those wanting to put a ring on it. Nor do you need a specific recipe to make a roast chicken that causes marriage proposals -- though knowing how to do so might change your life for the better.

    GOP lawmaker's gun photo sparks outrage. See Parkland father's response

    CNN's Jim Acosta speaks to Manuel Oliver, father of Parkland school shooting victim Joaquin 'Guac' Oliver, about a tweet by Rep. Thomas Massie (R-KY) after a school shooter killed four students in Michigan.

    What comes next after the Supreme Court's signal on abortion rights

    At stake in the Mississippi abortion case heard by the Supreme Court December 1 is access to the procedure for millions of people across the country.