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The House Judiciary Committee released testimony from the former president's White House counsel, Don McGahn, who said Trump's repeated phone calls made him feel "frustrated, perturbed, trapped."
Biden arrived in the U.K. on Wednesday, beginning an eight-day trip that also includes a meeting with Vladimir Putin. Biden says he'll meet with Putin to "let him know what I want him to know."
TC Energy suspended construction in January when President Biden revoked a key permit. The controversial project was a major flashpoint in the debate over fossil fuels' role in climate change.
On the first European trip of his presidency, Biden will announce a major U.S. contribution to the global vaccine effort — part of an effort to end COVID-19 "everywhere."
Cybercriminals are using sophisticated malware to attack companies' IT systems, and they are demanding ransom payments in digital currencies
The attack targeted workers clearing landmines with the HALO Trust charity. The government blamed the Taliban, who denied involvement. Afghanistan is one of the world's most heavily mined countries.
Tokyo 2020 organizers now face two tests: Preventing the spread of COVID-19 from foreign visitors to residents of Japan, and keeping athletes healthy and virus-free so they can compete.
President Biden revokes Trump-era executive orders against TikTok and WeChat, but national security experts say the scrutiny of the apps will continue despite the reset in relations.
"They shoot in the head, but they don't know the revolution is in the heart," Khet Thi wrote. He died in police custody. In opposing the coup, "I have decided to sacrifice my life," he told a friend.
Early risers across the Northern Hemisphere will be able to see an eclipse Thursday morning when the moon passes between the Earth and the sun.
An analysis of blood from people who had received the Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine found a lower level of neutralizing antibodies against viral variants but a strong response involving T cells.
In the students' defense, Magdalen College's president says that being a college student is "sometimes about provoking the older generation. Looks like that isn't so hard to do these days."
All the states with the highest adult vaccination rates went to President Biden in the 2020 election. But the vaccine divide is not just about politics.
Some wonder whether the U.S. political system is sliding toward minority rule. More and more Democrats say the system is out of whack.
The rise in support stems largely from a majority of Republicans, who for the first time back same-sex marriage at 55%, according to Gallup.
Tribal forces can investigate and hold non-Native Americans while waiting for back up from state police or federal officers, but they can't arrest them. Tribes say that means criminals going free.
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On June 15, California's economy will fully reopen after more than a year of COVID-19 restrictions and closures.
Breaking Down CA’s Updated Good Behavior Regulations, What It Means For Incarcerated People And Other Implications| June 09 2021, 9:22 AM
You’ve probably seen recent headlines regarding the potential early release of around 76 thousand incarcerated people in California.
DOC AMA: Confusion Ahead Of California’s Reopening Date, Cal/OSHA Proposes Looser Workplace Rules And More| June 09 2021, 9:06 AM
In our continuing series looking at the latest medical research and news on COVID-19, Larry Mantle speaks with Dr. Dean Blumberg from UC Davis.
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