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How residents are living in Vermont, America’s most vaccinated state

They clasped hands and rock stepped and spun in and out of quick embraces to swinging jazz rhythms on one of the last hardwood...

Katie Ledecky wins women’s 1500m freestyle in dominant fashion

Sarah Hirshland, CEO of the United States Olympic and Paralympic Committee speaks to the media during the USOPC Leadership Conference at Tokyo Big Sight...

“We’re people at the end of the day,” says Biles as mental health moves to top of Tokyo 2020 agenda

American gymnast Simone Biles looks on during the team final on July 27. Loic Venance/AFP/Getty ImagesSimone Biles' decision to withdraw from the women's team...

“We are facing the most significant test of our democracy since the Civil War”

President Biden is facing increasing pressure from Black civil rights leaders to take an aggressive stance on Congress eliminating the filibuster and passing federal...

Voting Rights Act: Supreme Court says Arizona limits don’t violate act

The ruling will limit the ability of minorities to challenge state laws in the future that they say are discriminatory under the Voting Rights...

Donald Trump’s blog lasted for almost 3 Scaramuccis

For 29 days, ex-President Donald Trump revolutionized digital communication with -- checks notes -- a blog where he occasionally would post his, er, thoughts...

Live updates on the Senate vote

Bill O'Leary/Pool/AFP/Getty ImagesSen. Lisa Murkowski, one of a handful of Republicans who backs the Jan. 6 commission bill, took aim at her GOP...

Trump administration secretly obtained CNN reporter’s phone and email records

The Justice Department informed CNN Pentagon correspondent Barbara Starr, in a May 13 letter, that prosecutors had obtained her phone and email records covering...

Here are the 35 House Republicans who voted for the January 6 commission

The bill now moves to the Senate where it faces an uncertain fate as GOP resistance is growing.The GOP defections in the House showcased...

US investigates second suspected case of mystery ‘syndrome’ near White House

The intelligence community still isn't sure who is causing the strange array of nervous system symptoms, or if they can be definitively termed "attacks."...
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How residents are living in Vermont, America’s most vaccinated state

They clasped hands and rock stepped and spun in and out of quick embraces to swinging jazz rhythms on one of the last hardwood...

Katie Ledecky wins women’s 1500m freestyle in dominant fashion

Sarah Hirshland, CEO of the United States Olympic and Paralympic Committee speaks to the media during the USOPC Leadership Conference at Tokyo Big Sight...

“We’re people at the end of the day,” says Biles as mental health moves to top of Tokyo 2020 agenda

American gymnast Simone Biles looks on during the team final on July 27. Loic Venance/AFP/Getty ImagesSimone Biles' decision to withdraw from the women's team...