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Marijuana banking bill advances in the Senate

The U.S. Senate banking committee has advanced a bill to allow legal cannabis companies access to financial services. The Secure and Fair Enforcement Regulation Banking bill, known as SAFER,...

House Republicans push off Biden impeachment bid for now

Rep. Lauren Boebert forced a snap vote, which sent her resolution to committees for possible consideration

King Charles III crowned with regal pomp, cheers and shrugs

LONDON – King Charles III was crowned Saturday at Westminster Abbey, in a ceremony steeped in ancient ritual and brimming with bling at a time when the monarchy is striving to remain relevan...

Funding made available to support recording oral histories from boarding school era

Victims and survivors have been sharing emotional stories during a ‘Road to Healing’ tour

U.S. floats options to reduce water pulled from Colorado River

Biden administration charts two paths forward but declines to take sides

Trump pleads not guilty to 34 charges; admonished by judge

Former president arraigned in connection with hush money payments during his 2016 campaign

Knock, knock: Jehovah’s Witnesses resume door-to-door work

Jehovah’s Witnesses have restarted their door-to-door ministry after more than two and a half years on hiatus because of the coronavirus pandemic, reviving a religious practice the faith con...

Religions know power of getting away from it all

Summer vacations are coming to an end – though not everyone took one. Under federal law, U.S. companies aren’t required to offer a single paid vacation day, compared with the at least 20 req...

From Mecca to the Vatican, exploring sacred sites with VR

Click and gape at the Vatican’s Sistine Chapel ceiling up close. Click again and join thousands of pilgrims praying and circling around the cube-shaped Kaaba at Islam’s most sacred site. Or ...

Hidden menace: Massive methane leaks speed up climate change

LENORAH, Texas – To the naked eye, the Mako Compressor Station outside the dusty West Texas crossroads of Lenorah appears unremarkable, similar to tens of thousands of oil and gas operations...

Tribal leaders, members react to pope’s apology on schools

MASKWACIS, Alberta – Pope Francis’ apology this week for the Catholic Church’s role in Canada’s residential school system and the abuses that took place within it was a full-throated denunci...

U.S. houses of worship increase security after shootings

LOS ANGELES – The Rev. Steven Marsh never thought he would see the day his church in Laguna Woods, California – a town of 16,500 populated largely by retirees – would be spending $20,000 a m...
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