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Day, a Illinois State University graduate student, was reported missing on Aug. 24. LaSalle County authorities say the manner in which he went into the Illinois River is currently unknown.

But the defense may call them "arsonists" or "looters," the judge ruled. The criminal trial of Rittenhouse, the teenager who shot and killed two protesters in Kenosha, Wis., begins next week.

Sen. Richard Blumenthal, who chaired the hearing, said being distinct from Facebook isn't enough to cut it for the three tech giants. "That bar is in the gutter," he told the company officials.

Deputy Secretary of Defense Kathleen Hicks says the effects of climate change are already being felt. Storms have damaged U.S. bases and rising seas could submerge U.S. installations in the Pacific.

After some debate, a group of scientists advising the FDA concluded that the vaccine's benefits outweigh its risks for young children.

Sara Blakely, founder and CEO of the pioneering womenswear brand, made the announcement during a celebration of the company's recent sale to global investment firm Blackstone.

Kim Wyman vigorously pushed back against President Trump's unfounded claims of voter fraud and is widely seen as a mail-in ballot and security expert. She'll start her new role on Nov. 19.

You've seen the headlines about COVID boosters. But what does it all mean for you? Here's how to sort through the science and figure out if and when you need a booster and which one to get.

Many Americans are now eligible for a COVID vaccine booster. Are you? Our quiz will help you figure it out.

The Ain Dubai takes more than half hour for one complete rotation. It stands at more than 800 feet tall — nearly double the London Eye's height.

The Arizona Democratic senator has been hard to pin down, but her moderate stance is forcing progressives in her party to make concessions.

Jessica Rosenworcel has been the acting chair of the commission. Gigi Sohn, a former commission staffer, would be the first openly LGBTIQ+ member of the panel.

A new report from American Jewish Committee also found that, out of fear of antisemitism, 39% of American Jews changed their behavior, such as by not wearing items that would identify them as Jewish.

Hodder Education, the publisher of the textbook, said it was removing the book from sale and would conduct a review of the content.



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