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Trump picks Sen. JD Vance of Ohio, a once-fierce critic turned loyal ally, as his GOP running mate

MILWAUKEE (AP) – Donald Trump named Sen. JD Vance of Ohio as his running mate on Monday, choosing a onetime critic who became a loyal ally and is now the first millennial to join a major-par...

Trump rally shooting is being investigated as an assassination attempt, officials say

BUTLER, Pa. (AP) – Former President Donald Trump was the target of an apparent assassination attempt Saturday at a Pennsylvania rally, days before he was to accept the Republican nomination ...

Birth of rare white buffalo fulfills a Lakota prophecy that portends better times

Move over grizzlies and wolves: Yellowstone visitors hope to catch a glimpse of bison

Guilty: Trump becomes first former U.S. president convicted of felony crimes

NEW YORK (AP) – Donald Trump became the first former American president to be convicted of felony crimes Thursday as a New York jury found him guilty of all 34 charges in a scheme to illegal...

Biden uses feisty State of the Union to contrast with Trump, sell voters on a second term

WASHINGTON (AP) — President Joe Biden delivered a defiant argument for a second term in his State of the Union speech Thursday night, lacing into GOP front-runner Donald Trump for espousing ...

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...