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This decision comes after a chaotic first debate that was widely criticized for its largely unstructured nature. President Trump and Democratic nominee Joe Biden are set to face off on Thursday.
Pennsylvania Republicans had sought to block the counting of late-arriving ballots, which the state's Supreme Court had approved last month.
The agency screened more than one million travelers at airport security checkpoints Sunday, the most since the start of the pandemic. But the modest air travel increase may be short-lived.
Dungey previously held executive roles at ABC and Netflix. She is set to take over in early 2021 replacing Peter Roth who ran the television division for two decades.
President Trump has signed a bipartisan bill creating a three-digit hotline for mental health emergencies. Mental health advocates say it'll bring mental health crisis response into the 21st century.
The implications for a child's health are not yet known. The study's authors urge people not to panic — and stress the need for more research.
"The situation in the United States continues to be of concern. So we're going to make sure we're keeping Canadians safe as best as we can," Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said.
Luis Arce, a candidate handpicked by former President Evo Morales, is expected to be confirmed as the winner in the country's most important presidential election in a generation.
The agency, also known as the United Nations Children's Fund, plans to distribute up to 1 billion syringes by 2021.
The patriarch/peace activist was assassinated in Somalia. His wife and 3 daughters fled. Mom (and one child) returned to build on his work. Now they've won the Aurora Prize — which has its own twist.
Churches resume in-person services and stadiums welcome sports fans as the country once again manages to slow the spread of the novel coronavirus.
One centers on the use of military funds to pay for building part of a border wall. The other revolves around the "Remain in Mexico" policy that makes asylum-seekers stay out of the U.S.
With the flu season looming, the rate of new cases in the U.S. and other countries is rising at rates not seen in months.
Raging outbreaks in the Midwest and Great Plains are driving the numbers, but every region of the country is showing growth in new infections.
The average wait time for results of a coronavirus test has dropped to about three days, but that is still too slow to keep infected people from unknowingly spreading the virus, researchers report.
San Francisco will soon launch the nation's largest experiment that diverts most nonviolent mental health and behavioral crisis calls away from police and to specially trained mobile units.
With the coronavirus pandemic still raging globally, China will be the only major economy in the world to post positive growth this year.
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The LA Report
Despite the hopes of cabin owners in the Big Santa Anita Canyon, the Bobcat Fire spilled over the canyon’s edge from the Angeles National Forest on the evening of September 13.
The Supreme Court on Monday agreed to hear two cases involving Trump administration policies at the U.S.-Mexico border: one about a policy that makes asylum-seekers wait in Mexico for U.S. court hearings and a second about the administration’s use of money to fund the border wall.
The Los Angeles Dodgers celebrated as Cody Bellinger’s drive soared deep into the Texas night.
According to a recent piece in the Wall Street Journal, several hospital systems in Southern California refused or stalled on taking in COVID-19 patient transfers because of those patient’s insurance status.
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Howie Hawkins, co-founder of the Green Party and the party’s 2020 candidate, is running to put an ecosocialist program on the agenda, as well as to draw more attention to the climate change crisis and economic justice for low-income Americans.