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France dealt the U.S. a major blow in basketball once again.

Spanish golfer Jon Rahm has tested positive for COVID-19 for the second time in two months and been knocked out of the Olympics only a few hours after American golfer Bryson DeChambeau met the same fate.

Olympic medalists can now remove their masks — briefly — on the podium after the International Olympic Committee relaxed its health rules.

Joint Chiefs Chairman Gen. Mark Milley says the Taliban appear to have

"We got a lot of personal stories from families about their officer, and that's kinda really what helps us keep the memory alive."

Crews are making progress against the nation’s largest wildfire in Oregon, even as fires in neighboring California continue to threaten homes.

A survey of blood samples taken from 450 people in Hungary at least two weeks after their second Sinopharm dose found that 90% under 50 years old had developed protective antibodies.

The ceremony kicks off two weeks of athletic events that will be held in front of thousands of empty seats, just like the opening.

“My art is my skin," Colgan said. "And my skin is an integral part of my whole artistic practices.”

Medical experts say the results are far from proof that the one-dose vaccine is ineffective against the variant in the real world.

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IMPD says 8 people have died and multiple others were injured in the mass shooting at the FedEx facility in Indy.

Family members claim IU student Joseph Smedley was found in a lake with a bag of rocks strapped to his chest in 2015, but his death was ruled a suicide by the coroner. Nearly five years later, they're calling on officials to reopen the case.

In a show of support for President Donald Trump, hundreds of vehicles met in Danville and drove a loop around Interstate 465, waving flags and showing off signs, on Saturday.

Although a few protesters have gathered outside the Indiana Statehouse, Indiana State Police and the governor's office say it is "business as usual," and no one is being evacuated from the building, contrary to other local news sources.

BREAKING | President Biden has ordered flags to be flown at half-staff as a mark of respect for the victims of the Indianapolis FedEx mass shooting. >>> #IndyStrong 

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#BREAKING | Governor Holcomb orders Hoosiers to stay home to help fight COVID-19 spread. Only essential businesses will remain open and only essential travel will be allowed.

Three officers and a sergeant with the Muncie Police Department will face additional felony charges for excessive force and writing false reports.

Curious what's included in that $900 million COVID-19 relief package? Here's a breakdown of where some of that funding will go. >>>

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