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2 adults are charged with murder in the deadly shooting at Kansas City's Super Bowl celebration
2 adults are charged with murder in the deadly shooting at Kansas City's Super Bowl celebration

Missouri prosecutors say two men have been charged with murder in last week's shooting that killed one person and injured 22 others after the Kansas City Chiefs' Super Bowl parade.

Nikki Haley is sharpening contrasts with Donald Trump in the South Carolina primary's closing days

Nikki Haley is sharpening contrasts with Donald Trump in the South Carolina primary's closing days

Nikki Haley is using the closing days of the South Carolina GOP primary matchup with Donald Trump to hone her argument that she is the lone remaining candidate who can unite Americans.

What we know about the Minnesota shooting that killed 2 officers and a firefighter

What we know about the Minnesota shooting that killed 2 officers and a firefighter

Authorities are investigating the shooting in a suburban Minneapolis neighborhood that left two police officers and a firefighter dead early Sunday.

U.S. rivalry with China expands to biotech. Lawmakers see a failure to compete and want to act

U.S. rivalry with China expands to biotech. Lawmakers see a failure to compete and want to act

U.S. lawmakers are raising alarms about what they see as America's failure to compete with China in biotechnology.

Students and parents are frustrated by delays in hearing about federal financial aid for college

Students and parents are frustrated by delays in hearing about federal financial aid for college

For many students, the excitement of being accepted into their first-choice college is being tempered this year by a troublesome uncertainty over whether they'll get the financial aid they need to attend.

2 juveniles charged in mass shooting at the Kansas City Chiefs Super Bowl parade

2 juveniles charged in mass shooting at the Kansas City Chiefs Super Bowl parade

A news release from the Jackson County Family Court on Friday said the juveniles are being detained in the county's Juvenile Detention Center on gun-related and resisting arrest charges.

Police: Body of deceased woman, 30 human cremains found at house after ex-funeral home owner evicted

Police: Body of deceased woman, 30 human cremains found at house after ex-funeral home owner evicted

The grisly discovery occurred Feb. 6 during a court-ordered eviction of a Denver house rented by 33-year-old Miles Harford, who owned Apollo Funeral and Cremation Services in the Denver suburb of Littleton.

FBI informant charged with lying about Joe and Hunter Biden's ties to Ukrainian energy company

FBI informant charged with lying about Joe and Hunter Biden's ties to Ukrainian energy company

An FBI informant has been charged with lying to authorities about a multimillion-dollar bribery scheme between President Joe Biden, his son Hunter and a Ukrainian energy company.

A chaotic U.S. House is losing three Republican committee chairs to retirement in the span of a week

A chaotic U.S. House is losing three Republican committee chairs to retirement in the span of a week

In a single week, the Republican chairs of three U.S. House committees announced they would not be seeking re-election, raising questions about whether the chaos that has reigned this Congress is driving out some of the GOP's top talent.

Tech companies sign accord to combat AI-generated election trickery

Tech companies sign accord to combat AI-generated election trickery

Major technology companies signed a pact Friday to voluntarily adopt 'reasonable precautions' to prevent artificial intelligence tools from disrupting democratic elections worldwide.

Judge orders Trump and his companies to pay $355 million in New York civil fraud case

Judge orders Trump and his companies to pay $355 million in New York civil fraud case

The judge found they engaged in a years-long scheme to dupe banks and others with financial statements that inflated his wealth.

Russia has obtained a 'troubling' emerging anti-satellite weapon, the White House says

Russia has obtained a 'troubling' emerging anti-satellite weapon, the White House says

The White House has publicly confirmed that Russia has obtained a 'troubling' emerging anti-satellite weapon, but says it cannot directly cause 'physical destruction' on Earth.

Recession has struck some of the world's top economies. The U.S. keeps defying expectations

Recession has struck some of the world's top economies. The U.S. keeps defying expectations

Both Japan and the United Kingdom said Thursday their economies weakened during the final three months of 2023.

Shooting after Chiefs Super Bowl parade seemed to stem from dispute among several people, police say

Shooting after Chiefs Super Bowl parade seemed to stem from dispute among several people, police say

Police say the shooting that left one person dead and nearly two dozen injured after the Kansas City Chiefs Super Bowl parade appeared to stem from a dispute between several people.

Trump's New York hush-money case will start March 25. It's the first of his criminal trials

Trump's New York hush-money case will start March 25. It's the first of his criminal trials

A New York judge says former President Donald Trump's hush-money trial will go ahead as scheduled with jury selection starting on March 25.

1 dead and up to 15 injured after shooting near Kansas City Chiefs parade, police chief says

1 dead and up to 15 injured after shooting near Kansas City Chiefs parade, police chief says

At least one person was killed and up to 15 injured in a shooting at the end of the parade to celebrate the Super Bowl win by the Kansas City Chiefs, the city's police chief said.

3 officers shot in Washington while attempting to make an animal cruelty arrest

3 officers shot in Washington while attempting to make an animal cruelty arrest

Three police officers were shot in Washington during an attempted animal cruelty arrest that touched off an hours-long standoff Wednesday.

House impeaches Mayorkas on second attempt

House impeaches Mayorkas on second attempt

The U.S. House voted Tuesday to impeach Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas after failing last week in a politically embarrassing setback.

Biden says Trump sowing doubts about U.S. commitment to NATO is 'un-American'

Biden says Trump sowing doubts about U.S. commitment to NATO is 'un-American'

President Joe Biden seized on the former president's comments that sowed fresh fears among U.S. partners about its dependability on the global stage.

U.S. inflation slows but remains elevated in sign that price pressures are easing only gradually

U.S. inflation slows but remains elevated in sign that price pressures are easing only gradually

Consumer inflation in the United States cooled last month yet remained elevated in the latest sign that the pandemic-fueled price surge is only gradually and fitfully coming under control.

Mental health emerges as a dividing line in abortion rights initiatives planned for state ballots

Mental health emerges as a dividing line in abortion rights initiatives planned for state ballots

Abortion rights advocates are trying to get initiatives to protect reproductive health on the ballot in several states this year.

Quick-moving winter storm brings snow to Northeast, disrupting travel and schools

Quick-moving winter storm brings snow to Northeast, disrupting travel and schools

A quick-moving winter storm that hit the Northeast on Tuesday brought significant snowfall to some areas while others got less than expected.

Biden warns House GOP opposing Ukraine funding would play into 'Putin's hands'

Biden warns House GOP opposing Ukraine funding would play into 'Putin's hands'

President Joe Biden is calling for House Republicans to get behind a supplemental spending bill that would send $60 billion to Ukraine for its fight against Russia.

Trump asks Supreme Court to put off his election interference trial, claiming immunity

Trump asks Supreme Court to put off his election interference trial, claiming immunity

Former President Donald Trump is asking the Supreme Court to extend the delay in his election interference trial and ultimately find him immune from prosecution on charges he plotted to overturn his 2020 election loss.

Trump appears at federal court in Florida for closed hearing in his classified documents case

Trump appears at federal court in Florida for closed hearing in his classified documents case

Former President Donald Trump spent several hours at a federal courthouse in Florida for a closed hearing in his criminal case charging him with mishandling classified documents.

Post-Roe v. Wade, more patients rely on early prenatal testing as states toughen abortion laws

Post-Roe v. Wade, more patients rely on early prenatal testing as states toughen abortion laws

Doctors are hoping to detect serious problems while they still have time to choose whether to continue the pregnancy or have an abortion.