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pawel.gaul/Getty Images (NEW YORK) — The temporary cease-fire between Hamas and Israel ended early Friday, and Israel has resumed its bombardment of Gaza. The end of the cease-fire came after Hamas freed over 100 of the more than 200 people its militants took hostage during the Oct. 7 surprise attack on Israel. In exchange, Israel […]

Emily Elconin/Getty Images (PONTIAC, Mich.) — Ethan Crumbley is scheduled to be sentenced Friday for killing four of his classmates and wounding others in the 2021 Michigan school shooting. Crumbley, who was 15 at the time of the shooting, pleaded guilty last year to 24 charges, including first-degree premeditated murder and terrorism causing death. He […]

Bloomberg via Getty Images (ATLANTA) — For nearly a month, COVID-19 hospitalizations have been increasing following weeks of decline and relatively low levels throughout the summer, according to data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). As of Nov. 25, there were 19,444 weekly hospitalizations due to the virus compared to 15,006 four […]

Jeffrey Dean/Bloomberg via Getty Images, FILE (HEBRON, Ky.) — Two months after Rubi Gomez began working at an Amazon facility in Kentucky, she woke up to a barrage of frantic text messages from her coworkers, she said. “They were the kind of messages you would get if somebody was in a panic,” Gomez told ABC […]

Greg Bajor/Getty Images (NEW YORK) — Pilots, flight attendants and experts met on Wednesday to discuss challenges and barriers that aviation professionals face to receiving care for mental health issues — a gathering held in the wake of a serious incident in which an off-duty pilot allegedly attempted to crash a commercial plane in October. […]

Scott Olson/Getty Images (WASHINGTON) — Donald Trump is raising new alarms about what he would do if he makes it back to the White House, even referring to himself in an interview Tuesday night as a “dictator,” but only, he said, on “Day One.” At a town hall in Iowa with Fox News host Sean […]

Kevin Dietsch/Getty Images (WASHINGTON) — In the face of bipartisan backlash, Harvard University’s president on Wednesday tried to clarify answers she gave during a congressional hearing on Tuesday when asked how she would respond to calls for the “genocide of Jews.” Claudine Gay, one of three university presidents grilled before the House Education Committee over […]

NurPhoto via Getty Images, FILE (WASHINGTON) — The U.S. military is grounding all of its Osprey V-22 aircraft in the wake of last week’s deadly U.S. Air Force crash off the coast of Japan that left eight airmen dead. The coordinated announcement means that all versions of the Osprey flown by the Marine Corps, Air […]

Micah Green/Bloomberg via Getty Images (WASHINGTON) — Entrepreneur and Republican presidential candidate Vivek Ramaswamy shared multiple conspiratorial or controversial claims at Wednesday night’s debate, amplifying them to a new level of prominence in the 2024 race. Ramaswamy touted himself as an outsider willing to speak “truth” on stage. But most of his assertions on hot-button […]

avid_creative/Getty Images (LAS VEGAS) — University of Nevada, Las Vegas senior Mike Henderson had just left his classroom in Beam Hall and was in a hallway when he heard about eight gunshots on Wednesday. “An alert came to my phone from UNLV [saying], ‘Shots fired — run, hide, fight,’” Henderson said, and that’s when he […]