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Investigators shed no immediate light on the motive.
An 18-year-old gunman opened fire Tuesday at a Texas elementary school.
People are becoming less supportive of punishing Russia if it comes at the expense of the economy.
The company released preliminary results on Monday.
Already disagreement is emerging…
Overall pollution deaths in 2019 were about the same as 2015, according to the study.
Federal, state and local governments receive about $138B a year from the fossil fuel industry.
The report expands the number of schools that were known to have operated for 150 years.
The report was prompted by the discovery of hundreds of unmarked graves at sites in Canada.
The world is creeping closer to the warming threshold international agreements are trying to prevent…
The economy’s hiring gains have been strikingly consistent in the face of inflation.
Over 40 organizations and congregations stump for equality legislation.
Abortion access would remain, but elections and appointments would be heated.
The Supreme Court has yet to issue a ruling in the case.
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An additional 27 million acres of land will be made available to Vietnam War-era veterans.
Watchdog office: Military bases are failing to prepare for long-term climate change.
Trump bump doesn’t close the gap.
Jackson will be just the third Black justice, after Thurgood Marshall and Clarence Thomas.