Biden blames poor approval ratings on ‘inaccurate information.’
Fully extended reconciliation bill would increase federal deficits by S3T
over 10 years: Congressional Budget Office.
Dozens feared dead as tornadoes, storms strike US states.
Rolling blackouts may hit New England this winter, regional grid warns.
Pennsylvania nursing homes say they are coping with dire staffing
shortages, forcing many to stop accepting new residents.
Pennsylvania high court throws out mask mandate for schools.
David Perdue sues Georgia’s Fulton County over claims of election 2020
Prosecution rests in Ghislaine Maxwell trial.
New critical vulnerability in a widely used software tool discovered.
Turkey’s Erdogan says social media a ‘threat to democracy.’

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