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Drew Angerer/Getty Images (WASHINGTON) — With the Senate Democrats’ last remaining holdout — Arizona Sen. Kyrsten Sinema — tentatively signing onto a $739 billion modified reconciliation deal, her party leaders are looking forward to a first procedural vote on their historic tax, climate and drug-pricing bill as early as Saturday. The Senate is expected to eventually […]

Michelle Gustafson/Bloomberg via Getty Images (WASHINGTON) — Many across the country — and certainly former President Donald Trump — are watching Pennsylvania. Ballots are still being counted in the GOP Senate primary race, where razor-thin margins separate hedge fund manager David McCormick and celebrity TV Dr. Mehmet Oz. Meanwhile, a late Trump endorsement in the […]

ABC News Illustration (NEW YORK) — Eating with the seasons is a great way to consume produce at peak freshness when it’s full of nutrients and flavor. Plus, it supports local and regional growers. When it comes to spring, there’s a period of cold snaps in some areas that mean the burst buds will break […]

Alex Chan Tsz Yuk/SOPA Images/LightRocket via Getty Images (LONDON) — The cost of direct damage to Ukraine’s infrastructure amid Russia’s ongoing invasion has reached almost an estimated $63 billion, according to an analysis by the Kyiv School of Economics. Shocking images and videos have emerged in recent weeks showing just some of the devastation across […]

(WASHINGTON) — The U.S. Supreme Court will once again revisit the legality of affirmative action in higher education, after last upholding the decades-old precedent in 2016. On Monday, the high court said it would take up a pair of cases that challenge the use of race as a factor in undergraduate admissions at Harvard University, […]

Bob Brown – Pool/Getty Images (RICHMOND, Va.) — A time capsule estimated to be more than 130 years old, unearthed from the base of a statue of Confederate Gen. Robert E. Lee, was opened Wednesday in Richmond, Virginia, and the artifacts showed a snapshot of life in the Confederate capital. Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam watched intently […]

Fandango/Vudu Everyone of course has their own favorite holiday movies, but some states boast having one — or more — of those Christmas classics set within their borders.  With that in mind, Fandango’s streaming service Vudu surveyed thousands of film fans across the United States to discover their local favorite holiday flicks set in their states. The […]

Tempura/iStock (OKEMOS, Mich.) — Michigan is in the midst of its fourth COVID-19 wave — and there is no end in sight, hospital officials said. Cases and hospitalizations are rivaling levels seen in earlier parts of the pandemic, when vaccines weren’t widely available. The surge also comes at a time when non-COVID-19-related patients are being […]

iStock (NEW YORK) — In a rare move, the National Labor Relations Board has ordered a union election do-over for Amazon warehouse workers in Bessemer, Alabama. A date has not yet been determined for the second vote, but the looming new union election comes as the labor movement has gained new steam in recent months, […]

Noam Galai/FilmMagic 15 massive balloons will float through New York City when the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade returns on November 25.  Among the prestigious crowd will be a jumbo-sized Greg Heffley, star of the Diary of a Wimpy Kids book series. This year will mark Greg’s 12th appearance overall and author Jeff Kinney let ABC Audio know what it’s like to watch a massive, […]