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All the hand-wringing in Washington over raising the debt limit can seem far removed from the lives of everyday Americans, but they could end up facing huge consequences. more
The recent failures of a trio of midsize banks has once again raised questions about whether senior executives in the U.S. are being rewarded more for short-term gains — like rising stock prices — than for ensuring their companies' long-term health. more
Just in time for the summer dining season, the U.S. government has given its blessing to restaurants that want to allow pet dogs in their outdoor spaces. more
The average age of a passenger vehicle on the road hit a record 12.5 years this year, according to data gathered by S&P Global Mobility. more
Ideally, you’d spend months or even years carefully purging excess belongings — but life may have other plans. Maybe you or someone you love has a health crisis and needs to move into assisted living. more
Here’s a collection of what’s arriving on TV, streaming services and music and video game platforms this week. more
Mayor Eric Adams announced Saturday that the city will use the Roosevelt to eventually provide as many as 1,000 rooms for migrants who are expected to arrive in coming weeks. more
The city of Buffalo will pause to mark the passing of one year since a white supremacist gunman killed 10 Black people and injured three victims at a supermarket. more
As Republican-governed states across the nation advance myriad bills targeting transgender young people, America’s faith leaders are starkly divided in their assessment. more
Elon Musk confirmed that the new CEO for Twitter will be NBCUniversal’s Linda Yaccarino, an executive with deep ties to the advertising industry. more
Donald Trump has long disparaged CNN, but on Wednesday night, he's set to join the network for a town hall in New Hampshire. more
A jury has rejected a writer's claim that Donald Trump raped her, but found him liable for battery in the 1996 attack. more
Women should start getting every-other-year mammograms at age 40 instead of waiting until 50, according to a draft recommendation from a federal task force. more
If you’re reading this, chances are you’ve heard about the #NoMowMay movement that’s been gaining steam on social media and in eco-conscious circles these past few years. more
New results from a U.S. Census Bureau simulation indicate a significant number of noncitizens were missed in the 2020 census. more
Associated Press' entertainment journalists break down what's arriving on TV, streaming services and music and video game platforms this week. more
The Biden administration is working on new regulations that would require airlines to compensate passengers and cover their meals and hotel rooms if they are stranded. more
At a courthouse just miles away from the sight of a limousine crash that killed 20 people in upstate New York, a jury heard opening statements in the trial that’ll determine whether the limo company’s operator is guilty. more
For the first time, the U.S. government will pay for a large study measuring whether overdoses can be prevented by so-called safe injection sites, places where people can use heroin and other illegal drugs and be revived if they take too much. more
Most Democrats and Republicans agree that the federal government should better regulate the biggest technology companies, particularly social media platforms. But there is very little consensus on how it should be done. more
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