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Pennsylvania’s U.S. Senators are asking a national guard reserve for a more detailed study of the impact of proposed low altitude flights over the PA Wilds Region.
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The clashes broke out after opposition leader Ousmane Sonko was convicted of corrupting youth. His supporters say his legal troubles are part of a government effort to derail his candidacy in 2024.
Keenan Anderson, a Black man, died hours after Los Angeles police officers repeatedly tased him in January. The coroner's office said the manner of death was not determined.
June's full moon, also known as "strawberry moon," is lighting up the sky all weekend. The best time to see it is Saturday night.
U.S. District Judge Thomas Parker says the first-in-the-nation law designed to place strict limits on drag shows is unconstitutional.
Hundreds of Indiana doctors across specialties say a decision by the state's Medical Licensing Board to reprimand Dr. Caitlin Bernard sets a dangerous precedent about what doctors can and can't say.
A gunbattle along Israel's southern border with Egypt left three Israeli soldiers and an Egyptian officer dead Saturday, officials said. It was a rare instance of deadly violence along the frontier.
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