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Gas supply companies causing higher prices for consumers, they are not taking environmental measures: Biden

Made historic progress in last 10 months: President Joe Biden on economy

Jury takes case of white men charged with slaying of Black man in Georgia

US sends Vietnam 4.1 million Covid vaccine doses

Chief of Russian General Staff Valery Gerasimov and Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Mark Milley discussed “current questions of international security”

Suspect in Wisconsin parade attack to appear in court as prosecutor prepares charges

Chief: 1 dead, child missing after Flint home explosion

Authorities say at least one person died and a 3-year-old child was missing after an overnight explosion and fire destroyed three homes in Michigan, damaged several others and sent debris falling onto a neighbourhood.

Arbery case: McMichael, 35, his father Gregory, 65, and their neighbour William “Roddie” Bryan, 52, have pleaded not guilty to charges, including murder, aggravated assault and false imprisonment for the killing in the coastal suburb of Satilla Shores on February 23, 2020.

Georgia jury begins deliberating whether three men murdered Ahmaud Arbery

US Justice Department files lawsuit to stop sugar merger

The US Justice Department said on Tuesday that it had filed an antitrust lawsuit aimed at blocking US Sugar Corp from buying rival Imperial Sugar Co.

Military escalation in Ethiopia risks undermining progress toward peace talks: US envoy

US special envoy for the Horn of Africa Jeffrey Feltman said on Tuesday that “massive progress” toward getting all parties to Ethiopia’s conflict into negotiations for a ceasefire is at risk of being outpaced.

3 held after smash-and-grab theft at Los Angeles luxury mall

Los Angeles police say a group of thieves smashed windows at department store at a luxury mall

Wall Street rose modestly at the open Tuesday as traders eyed a speech by President Joe Biden later in the afternoon where he may announce new steps to fight US inflation.

​​The Vatican secretary of state, Cardinal Pietro Parolin, sent the telegram of condolences on behalf of Francis to the archbishop of Milwaukee, Monsignor Jerome Listecki.

Christmas parade crash: Pope Francis said he was praying for “spiritual strength, which triumphs over violence and overcomes evil with good”.

‘Unite the Right’ jurors to begin third day of deliberations

A jury has started its third day of deliberations in the trial of white nationalists accused in a lawsuit of promoting and carrying out racially motivated violence during the “Unite the Right” rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, in 2017

Attorney: Defendants in Arbery death can’t claim self-defense

A prosecutor is arguing that the three white men charged with killing Ahmaud Arbery have no right to claim self-defense because they were the ones who first approached the 25-year-old Black man while he was running in his neighborhood.

Texas congressman joins GOP race for attorney general

US Rep. Louie Gohmert has joined the crowded field of Republicans mounting primary challenges against Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton

Ukraine gets two US patrol boats amid Russia tensions