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President Joe Biden will sign an executive order during a tribal nations summit. more
On the brink of joining NATO, Sweden has signed a defense cooperation agreement with Washington that will allow the United States access to all of the military bases across the Scandinavian country, … more
The Massachusetts Teachers Association will celebrate a step forward in their efforts to eliminate MCAS Graduation Requirements statewide. more
A teacher has been arrested after allegedly knocking out a 12-year-old student’s tooth with his elbow and throwing a basketball at him in a fit of rage, police say. more
President Joe Biden will sign an executive order during a tribal nations summit that aims to make it easier for Native Americans to access federal funding and have greater autonomy over how to … more
AMESBURY 60 Merrimac St. #909 Condo/Apt, built in 1900, 2,730 square feet, 7 rooms, 3 bedrooms, 4 baths. $1,100,000 29 Whittier Meadows Drive #29 Condo Town House, built in 1992, […] The post … more
(CNN) — A classified briefing Tuesday on Ukraine devolved into a shouting match about border security as senators described a tense meeting that did little to... more
By MATT O’BRIEN AP Technology Writer Tech leaders have been vocal proponents of the need to regulate artificial intelligence, but they’re also lobbying hard to make sure the new rules work in … more
An audit commissioned by Volkswagen has found no indication of forced labor at its plant in China’s Xinjiang region, where Western governments have accused the Chinese government of human … more
Iranian media say authorities have arrested a popular singer who had criticized the government after he was handed over by police in Turkey. more
A suspect in his 30s was booked into the Travis County Jail charged with capital murder on Tuesday night, the Austin Police Department said. more
The generative AI boom has sent governments worldwide scrambling to regulate the emerging technology. more
Nobel Peace Prize laureate Malala Yousafzai says the world needs to recognize and confront the Taliban's “gender apartheid” against women and girls in Afghanistan. more
Iran says it sent a capsule into orbit carrying animals as it prepares for human missions in coming years. more
Marking his first anniversary of coming to power, Malaysian Prime Minister Anwar Ibrahm admitted he was still struggling to win over ethnic Malay votes and acknowledged frustration over the slow … more
The release of Palestinian prisoners under the Israel-Hamas cease-fire agreement last week has touched nearly everyone in the occupied West Bank, where 750,000 Palestinians have been arrested … more
Asian shares have advanced after most stocks slipped on Wall Street following a mixed set of reports on the U.S. economy. more
A U.S. citizen has been charged in Arizona over online posts that allegedly incited what police describe as a “religiously motivated terrorist attack” in Australia a year ago in which six … more
Brushing the dust from his hat and lying on the floor inside his home, Ali Shadilov recalls how he and other fishermen used to laugh at town elders who warned that the enormous sea they relied on was … more
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