Afghan women barred from teaching or attending Kabul University

Women will no longer be allowed to attend classes or work at Kabul University "until an Islamic environment is created," the school's new Taliban-appointed chancellor announced Monday, in the latest move excluding Afghanistan's women from public life.

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New York governor declares ‘disaster emergency’ amid staffing shortage crisis prompted by vaccine resisters

The recalcitrance means large numbers of health-care workers could face dismissals or unpaid leaves of absence in the state, exacerbating labor shortage issues.

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Larry Hogan’s audacious bet: A Trump critic could win the GOP’s 2024 nod

The Maryland governor is hitting the trail for fellow Republicans, meeting with donors and considering a bid for president.

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North Korea Has Fired A Short-Range Missile Into The Sea In Its Latest Weapons Test

The move has raised questions about the sincerity of Pyongyang's recent offer for talks with South Korea.

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Pentagon leaders to face Congress on Afghan pullout decision

WASHINGTON (AP) — In their first public testimony since the U.S. completed its withdrawal from Afghanistan, top Pentagon leaders will face sharp questions in Congress about the chaotic pullout and the Taliban's rapid takeover of the country.

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Brian Laundrie manhunt: Tipster sends Dog the Bounty Hunter to Florida campground 75 miles from family home

EXCLUSIVE: Duane "Dog the Bounty Hunter" Chapman is investigating a tip that alleges Brian Laundrie, the fugitive fiancé of Gabby Petito, went into a Florida campground 75 miles away with his parents in early September — but only two of them were seen leaving.

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Schumer funding bill, debt ceiling increase test vote fails in Senate

A short-term government funding bill that included language to raise the US debt ceiling failed its first test vote in the Senate Monday, leaving Congress just days to figure out a plan to avert a …

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Why Texas Republicans Are Proposing a New Congressional Map

Rather than trying to make significant gains in the state, where Democrats have been increasingly ascendant in recent years, Republicans appear to be trying to bolster their existing congressional delegation.

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John Hinckley, who tried to assassinate Reagan, granted unconditional release

  1. John Hinckley, who tried to assassinate Reagan, granted unconditional release  ABC News
  2. Judge grants man who shot Reagan unconditional release  CBS Evening News
  3. Judge grants unconditional release for John Hinckley Jr.  Fox News
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FBI data show surge in murders in 2020

More than 21,500 murders were reported last year, according to the FBI's annual Uniform Crime Report.

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