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The Supreme Court will decide if state laws limiting social media platforms violate the Constitution

The Supreme Court has agreed to decide whether state laws seeking to regulate Facebook, TikTok, X and other social media platforms violate the Constitution More »


Dozens dead after blast in southwestern Pakistan at a rally celebrating birthday of Islam's prophet

Authorities in Pakistan say at least 52 people were killed and nearly 70 wounded after a suspected bomber blew himself up in a crowd of people celebrating the Prophet Muhammad’s birthday in the southwest of the country More »


The far right has been feuding with McCarthy for weeks. Here's how it's spiraling into a shutdown

The House is in a familiar position with little time left to prevent a government shutdown: It's effectively paralyzed as conservatives feud with Speaker Kevin McCarthy More »


Gates will be locked and thousands of rangers furloughed at national parks if government shuts down

Gates will be locked and thousands of rangers will be furloughed from national park sites if Congress doesn’t reach a budget agreement More »


Putin orders former Wagner commander to take charge of 'volunteer units' in Ukraine

Russian President Vladimir Putin has ordered one of the top commanders of the Wagner military contractor to take charge of “volunteer units” fighting in Ukraine More »


A green card processing change means US could lose thousands of faith leaders from abroad

Because of a procedural change in how the U.S. government processes some green cards, faith communities across the country may lose thousands of leaders and workers More »


Democratic rising stars rally around Biden's reelection. They're also eyeing 2028 bids of their own

A new generation of Democratic presidential prospects is taking steps to strengthen their national profiles as they fan out across the country to help President Joe Biden's reelection campaign More »


Higher gas prices lift Fed's preferred inflation gauge but underlying price pressures remain mild

An inflation gauge closely tracked by the Federal Reserve rose in August, boosted mainly by higher gas prices More »


Traveling with Milley: A reporter recalls how America's top soldier was most at home with his troops

An Associated Press reporter traveled with Gen. Mark Milley as he made his last trip to Normandy to honor those who fought on D-Day and celebrate with the young American soldiers in the French town that welcomes them every year More »


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