Democracy Dies in Darkness
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President Biden said that while the U.S. wants to avoid a wider confrontation with Iran, indiscriminate attacks on U.S. troops would be met with force.
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Warmer-than-average temperatures across the continent’s northernmost tip began creeping in during November, lasting through February. By then, several glaciers were nearly or completely free of snow.
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A man is suing the actress and entrepreneur for $300,000, claiming that she crashed into him while skiing in Utah, leaving him with physical injuries and emotional distress.
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The Problem Solvers Caucus, Republican Governance Group, Main Street Caucus, Study Committee and Freedom Caucus negotiate as House Speaker Kevin McCarthy has a four-seat majority.
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A ‘severe’ geomagnetic storm spawned brilliant northern lights as far south as Virginia, North Carolina and Arizona.
President Biden with Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau in Ottawa Friday. (AP)
Biden made his first visit to Canada as president at a time of growing international tensions, seeking to set the stage for joint efforts to confront the alliance between Russia and China, tighten the U.S.-Canada border and combat climate change.
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