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The telescope is sometimes billed as Hubble's successor.
President Biden is trying to convince wavering moderate Democrats to spend $3.5 trillion dollars on expanding the social safety net.
In an address on Tuesday, Johnson praised how much vaccines have made a difference and how he wants to continue that momentum.
Gen. Milley has said the calls were "routine."
The show would have put six activists in competition against each other for fundraising dollars and social media fame.
The comedian and former Saturday Night Live cast member died this week after a long battle with cancer.
A new study shows that the biggest rise in suicides — nearly 7% a year from 2003 to 2017 — is among Black girls.
The move follows a decision by a large health care system there to implement crisis standards of care.
Trees not only help slow the effects of climate change but also help clean and cool the air around them.
Researchers used player data from their 2020 and 2021 seasons spent in COVID-19 protocols.
The move marks a major change with huge benefits for prospective homebuyers.
The group called “Cyber Partisans” has hacked the government of Belarus, exposing what it describes as evidence of planned beatings of peaceful protesters and secret bugging.
Insurance companies are abandoning longtime clients, putting the $34 billion wine industry at risk.
This comes as Chancellor Angela Merkel steps down.
The migrants, mostly Haitians, are waiting for their asylum claims to be processed. It's due to a severe backlog at Customs and Border Patrol.
Strategists and campaign officials say voters across the U.S. rank higher prices above all other issues.
The new partnership, which also includes the U.K., is part of President Biden's focus on the threat from China.
Many are still waiting for help to repair leaky roofs as a federal assistance program gets off to a slow start and demand soars for private contractors.
The report, released last Saturday, was partially redacted.
"Tap for Joy" offers free outdoor dance classes every Saturday.