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Target stores will no longer be open on Thanksgiving

Target stores will no longer open their doors on Thanksgiving Day. The change, which was announced to employees on Monday, comes after the big-box...

Europe’s COVID-19 vaccine mandates spark violent protests

Violent protests have broken out against COVID-19 vaccine mandates and lockdowns across Europe amid new tough rules to curb winter waves of the...

Brazil government hid surge in deforestation ahead of UN summit

Brazilian government authorities kept statistics about a dramatic rise in deforestation in the Amazon Rainforest under wraps during the recent United Nations Climate...

Penn State student Justine Gross, 19, dies in trash chute fall

A Penn State student and former high school cheerleader fell 11 stories to her death in a trash chute — after allegedly...

Oklahoma governor commutes Julius Jones’ death sentence

OKLAHOMA CITY — Oklahoma Gov. Kevin Stitt commuted the death sentence of condemned inmate Julius Jones on Thursday, just hours before his scheduled execution. Jones...

Mental health aid cut by State Dept. amid Afghan withdrawal

In the final days of the botched US withdrawal from Afghanistan, State Department officials rejected the Department of Veterans Affairs’ offer of mental...

Sen. Lindsay Graham grills Mayorkas about border, Afghanistan

Sen. Lindsey Graham interrogated Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas during a Senate hearing Tuesday about the number of Afghans who were vetted before...

Over 100 fed prison workers accused or guilty of crimes since 2019: report

More than 100 federal prison workers have been arrested, convicted of, or sentenced for crimes — including sexual abuse and murder — since...

Off-duty cop foils robbery while getting dental checkup

Dramatic video shows the moment an off-duty police officer put the bite on would-be armed crooks while in the middle of a dental...

Kaiser nurses prepare to strike on Monday

Nurses at California-based Kaiser Permanente, once known for having one of the country’s better labor-management structures, are preparing to go on strike. The 34,000...

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