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Joe Biden and Emmanuel Macron will dine on lobster, caviar and an Oregon cheese named the best in the world while listening to Jon Batiste at Biden’s first state dinner

The eruption of the world's largest active volcano in Hawaii shut down the carbon dioxide monitor that kickstarted modern climate science in the 1950s

Quebec’s premier has set a new goal for immigrants to the Canadian province: They should all speak French

New York City agreed to settle a case that accused its Department of Correction of keeping people in jail for hours or days after they posted bail

The Biden administration has moved to stifle methane releases from oil and gas wells on public land after a federal court tossed out earlier requirements

Beijing reports 5,006 cases for Wednesday, a record, as it struggles to contain the worst ever outbreak in the Chinese capital

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US warns Turkey's Erdogan against new military campaign in Syria, citing danger to American forces battling Islamic State

Workers at South Korea’s major subway operator end a strike that caused disruptions in the capital after reaching a deal


Republican lawmaker Ralph Norman, who's suing Pelosi over a $500 fine for not wearing a mask during a floor vote, says he has Covid-19 (via AP)

Every time the Fed raises rates, Trump’s payments on some $340 million in variable-rate loans go up

The world's youngest leader, Chile's Gabriel Boric got roaring applause at his UN debut: “I invite you all to get ahead in the search for greater social justice"

A West Virginia lawmaker who livestreamed himself entering the U.S. Capitol during Wednesday’s riot is charged by federal prosecutors

Chicago makes history as Lori Lightfoot becomes its first black, female mayor

Eritrea joining the conflict would signal an escalation in the conflict in Tigray, a week after the eruption of clashes that ended a five-month humanitarian cease-fire

The FCC got 444,938 comments on net neutrality from Russian email addresses

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A group of Justice Department prosecutors believe there is sufficient evidence to charge Donald Trump with obstruction of justice, but the path to an actual indictment is far from clear