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A suspect and a deputy sheriff working off duty were wounded as they exchanged gunfire in a suburb of Atlanta, the authorities said.
All-time records are in jeopardy this week as a dangerous heat wave bakes much of the Western United States, an area already begging for moisture due to exceptional drought.
California is the leader in air pollution in the United States and there is a wide range of health impacts associated with poor air quality. Source by: Stringr
With the launch of a satellite named in Neil Armstrong's honor and an AR-enabled NFT collection, the US Space Force hopes to inspire more people to explore space and, coincidentally, the metaverse too.
With National Dog Bite Awareness Week having begun on Saturday and continuing through to June 18, the United States Postal Service released its annual report about how many of their employees were attacked by dogs.
A federal loan forgiveness program has been temporarily halted to consider the racial discrimination implications. But this story may be a bit different than you're used to reading.
Plus: Will $12B help California's homeless problem? And Dr. Dre, Jimmy Iovine join forces to open new high school
Weeks after announcing that United States aid to El Salvador would be steered away from government institutions because of “deep concerns” over the ousting of judges and the attorney general, the director of the U.S. development agency delivered in El Salvador a message about the fragility of democracy
Don’t miss Goo Goo Dolls with Blue October Live at Leader Bank Pavilion Doors open at 7 PM. The Goo Goo Dolls are hitting the roads again for their “Summer 2022 Tour” with... Read more » The post Goo Goo Dolls @ Leader Bank Pavilion appeared first on 92.5 the River.
There will be a group of 35 to 40 people called Tuesday morning and another group of 35 to 40 Tuesday afternoon.
The pilot had just completed a commercial flight from the United States to Covid-struck India when he received the news his colleague had died of the virus.
Rep. Majorie Taylor Greene (R-GA) said that her remarks comparing masks mandates and vaccination passports to the Holocaust were "offensive" and offered an apology for them after visiting the Holocaust Museum. CNN's Ryan Nobles reports.