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Police warn of possible bid by militia group to attack U.S. Capitol

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The U.S. Capitol Police department has obtained intelligence pointing to a possible plot to “breach the Capitol (More...)

EV rollout will require huge investments in strained U.S. power grids

By Nichola Groom and Tina Bellon

(Reuters) – During several days of brutal cold in Texas, the city of Austin (More…)

Weeks after winter storms, Mississippi city still grappling with water crisis

By Joseph Ax and Rory Doyle

JACKSON, Miss. (Reuters) – Officials in Mississippi’s largest city, Jackson, are aiming to have (More…)

Minnesota court rules judge must reconsider third-degree murder against former policeman in George Floyd case

By Jonathan Allen and Brendan O’Brien

MINNEAPOLIS (Reuters) – A Minnesota court of appeals ruled on Friday that the judge (More…)

Exclusive: U.S. considering use of Virginia military base to house migrant children

By Ted Hesson

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The U.S. government is evaluating whether to house unaccompanied migrant children at a military (More…)

Biden beefs up White House staff, including Big Tech critic Tim Wu

By Susan Heavey and Nandita Bose

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – U.S. President Joe Biden on Friday rounded out his White House (More…)

Alabama extends mask mandate for a month, breaking with Texas, Mississippi

By Barbara Goldberg

(Reuters) – Alabama’s governor said on Thursday she was extending the state’s mask mandate for another month, (More…)

U.S. Treasury launches $9 billion coronavirus aid for low-income lending

By David Lawder

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The U.S. Treasury on Thursday launched a new program to infuse $9 billion into (More…)

Capitol Police ask National Guard to stay for two more months: defense official

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The Capitol Police have asked the Pentagon to extend the National Guard’s mission to protect the U.S. (More…)

WHO investigators to scrap interim report on probe of COVID-19 origins: WSJ

(Reuters) – A World Health Organization team investigating the origins of COVID-19 is planning to scrap an interim report on (More…)

Barrett authors first U.S. Supreme Court ruling, a loss for environmentalists

By Lawrence Hurley

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Conservative Justice Amy Coney Barrett on Thursday authored her first ruling since joining the (More…)