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The Environmental Protection Agency proposes chemical plants nationwide measure certain hazardous compounds that cross beyond their property lines and reduce them when they are too high. more
Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas has for more than two decades accepted luxury trips nearly every year from Republican megadonor Harlan Crow without reporting them on financial disclosure forms, ProPublica reports. more
Marc Slutsky has been leading Passover Seders for 40 years, taking on troubling issues that have included Soviet Jewry, racism in the United States, and war after war after war. more
The cover-up is worse than the crime, the expression goes. And in the hush money case against Donald Trump, prosecutors say the cover-up made the crime worse. more
An ambitious plan announced last week to return Lolita, a killer whale held captive for more than a half century, to her home waters in Washington’s Puget Sound thrilled advocates. more
Former President Donald Trump pleads not guilty to 34 felony charges stemming from alleged hush money payments. more
About 5,000 white-collar workers at General Motors took the company's buyout offers, which the automaker says is enough to avoid layoffs at this time. more
The last time Secret Service agents escorted a U.S. leader to face criminal charges, they kept their mission a secret — even from their own bosses. more
New York regulators approved 99 new provisional licenses for recreational marijuana dispensaries Monday as they try to speed up the rollout of a legal market that had been impeded by a court ruling. more
If you’re not strategic about how you save, you could face unnecessarily high tax bills and inflated Medicare premiums in retirement — plus, you could be saddling your heirs with higher taxes. more
“Son of Sinner” Jelly Roll is a three-time winner at the CMT Music Awards. more
Former President Donald Trump faces the most urgent legal challenge of his life this week in New York. more
States are doling out more cash than ever to lure multibillion-dollar microchip, electric vehicle and battery factories, inspiring ever-more competition more
The Social Security and Medicare trustees report says Medicare will be unable to pay full benefits for inpatient hospital visits and nursing home stays by 2031. more
The historic indictment of former President Donald Trump thrust the 2024 presidential election into uncharted territory. more
A lawyer for Donald Trump said Thursday he's been told that the former president has been indicted in New York. more
Last August, Daysia Holiday decided to try one more time to join the Army. more
The Senate has voted to repeal the decades-old congressional measure that greenlighted the 2003 invasion of Iraq. more
A new group of National Women's Hall of Fame inductees includes social justice pioneers, groundbreaking physicians and women who have championed Jewish feminist theology and the financial well-being of Native Americans. more
Recent turmoil in the banking industry may have you worried about your money. more
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