MIAMI — In a challenge to denials of government involvement, the ex-U.S. special operations sergeant whose security firm took part in a botched Venezuelan coup last May said two Trump administration officials met with ...Read more
FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. — Florida reported 5,592 new coronavirus cases on Friday, the highest total in 2 1/2 months, continuing an upward trend of COVID-19 infections across the state.
With the latest numbers, Florida now...Read more
WASHINGTON — The House Oversight committee is set to subpoena the nation's largest federal law enforcement agency as part of a probe into a social media scandal in which Border Patrol agents and officers posted and ...Read more
WASHINGTON — Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell vowed Friday to continue confirming both U.S. district and circuit court judicial nominees through the lame-duck session and right up to the end of the 116th Congress, ...Read more
Surging coronavirus cases across Europe and North America are filling intensive care beds, straining hospitals and prompting some to warn of critical shortages, as the global pandemic takes a worrying turn.
WAUKEGAN, Ill. — A Lake County judge is expected to rule Friday on whether Kyle Rittenhouse will be sent to Wisconsin to face charges stemming from the fatal shooting of two men and the wounding of a third during ...Read more
STAMFORD, Conn. — Connecticut Chief State's Attorney Richard Colangelo told a Superior Court judge Friday morning he has decided not to retry Kennedy cousin Michael Skakel in the 1975 Greenwich killing of Martha Moxley �...Read more
MIAMI — Science's steady march to find a vaccine capable of ending the coronavirus pandemic may come at the expense of another species: sharks.
Miami shark researchers say they're concerned about a key ingredient used ...Read more
Emmanuel Remy and his children looked out of their Columbus, Ohio, home window one morning last November to see a dozen tactical officers in their yard.
The officers were preparing to serve a warrant for the previous ...Read more
Nursing homes, small physician offices and rural clinics are being left behind in the rush for N95 masks and other protective gear, exposing some of the country's most vulnerable populations and their caregivers to COVID-...Read more
The weeks of fear and uncertainty that Pam and Paul Alexander suffered as their adult daughter struggled against COVID-19 etched itself into the very roots of their hair, leaving behind bald patches by the time she left ...Read more
ORLANDO, Fla. — Florida's popular Bright Futures Scholarship program could be behind a controversial decision that has left the state as the only one in the country insisting students sit for ACT or SAT tests during the ...Read more
LOS ANGELES — Not far from Santa Catalina Island, in an ocean shared by divers and fishermen, kelp forests and whales, David Valentine decoded unusual signals underwater that gave him chills.
The University of ...Read more
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