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NEW YORK - Michael Solender and his wife have been together for 42 years. They slept in the same bed for the first 10, taking to separate rooms after that. Their sleep separation was because of his developing chronic and heavy snoring that … more
GRAFTON, Mass. - When two octogenarian buddies named Nick discovered that ChatGPT might be stealing and repurposing a lifetime of their work, they tapped a son-in-law to sue the companies behind the artificial intelligence chatbot. Veteran … more
WASHINGTON (AP) - Relatively few Americans fully endorse the idea that a fertilized egg should have the same rights as a pregnant woman. But a significant share say it describes their views at least somewhat well, according to a new poll from The … more
For all the usual stagecraft, the Republican National Convention that opens Monday is different from Donald Trump's previous nominating affairs. In 2016 and 2020, Trump was the underdog heading … more
WASHINGTON (AP) — Joe Biden faced a test Thursday that he had avoided so far this year — a solo news conference with questions from the White House press corps. The news conference … more
LAKE CHARLES, La. (AP) — Three days after a 4-year-old boy's body was pulled from a southwest Louisiana lake, and two days after the child's 1-year-old brother was rescued while crawling beside … more
WASHINGTON (AP) — President Joe Biden's ability to run for reelection faced crucial tests Thursday as he prepared for questions at a highly anticipated press conference and his team met … more
WASHINGTON (AP) — Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskky says that in order to win the war with Russia, the U.S. must lift limits on using its weapons to strike military targets in Russia. … more
WASHINGTON (AP) — Inflation in the United States cooled in June for a third straight month, a sign that the worst price spike in four decades is steadily fading and may soon usher in interest … more
SAGINAW, Mich. (AP) — Considering her choices in this year's rapidly approaching presidential election, Rochelle Jones thinks both major party candidates should step aside. "They just need … more
WASHINGTON (AP) — President Joe Biden has a fresh opportunity Thursday to try to prove to the American public that he's capable of serving another four years after his shocking debate flop … more
HOUSTON (AP) — Houston's biggest utility came under mounting pressure Wednesday over its response to Hurricane Beryl, as nearly 1.4 million area homes and businesses remained without power and … more
WASHINGTON (AP) — The U.S. House of Representatives on Wednesday was poised to vote on a proof-of-citizenship requirement for voter registration, a proposal Republicans have prioritized as an … more
NEW YORK (AP) — A judge said Wednesday he was leaning toward throwing out Rudy Giuliani 's bankruptcy case after lawyers for the cash-strapped former New York City mayor and his biggest … more
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration is warning drivers about "cheap, substandard replacement air bag inflators" in used cars that can fail to prevent serious injuries or death in a … more
WASHINGTON (AP) — Speaker Emerita Nancy Pelosi said Wednesday "it's up to the president to decide" if he should stay in the 2024 race despite President Joe Biden's insistence he is still … more
Movie star and lifelong Democrat George Clooney added his voice to calls for Joe Biden to leave the presidential race on Wednesday, just weeks after headlining a fundraiser that brought in a record … more
HOUSTON (AP) — The return of searing heat in the Houston area has deepened the misery for people still without power after Hurricane Beryl left residents in search of places to cool off and … more
Americans are increasingly skeptical about the value and cost of college, with most saying they feel the U.S. higher education system is headed in the "wrong direction," according to a new poll. Overall, only 36% of adults say they have a "great … more
NEW YORK - Ruben Berrios knows the scorching truth: When it comes to extreme heat, where you live can be a matter of life and death. The 66-year-old lives in Mott Haven, a low-income neighborhood in New York's South Bronx, where more than 90 … more
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