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U.S. regulators have approved two gene therapies for sickle cell disease. more
Multiple Hampshire County fire departments have been called-in to put out a fire at a home in Williamsburg. more
Pope Francis has made his first public appearance outdoors since being stricken by bronchitis two weeks ago, which forced him to cancel a planned trip to the COP-28 climate conference in Dubai. more
The layoffs will affect 292 people and go into effect Feb. 7. more
More than 1,100 unionized DHL Express workers walked off the job at Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport (CVG), a critical logistics hub for the package delivery company, during the … more
Police say the suspect in the September shooting deaths of a suburban Chicago family was in a relationship with one of the four people slain and his girlfriend allegedly helped plan the killings. more
By Sunday night, showers will become heavy rain and patchy fog. After 4 a.m., there is also a chance of thunderstorms and wind gusts up to 44 mph. The post ‘A roller coaster ride’: New England … more
Palestinian health officials say Israeli forces stormed into a refugee camp in the occupied West Bank to arrest Palestinian militants and unleashed fighting with local gunmen in which six … more
The president of Harvard University has apologized for her remarks at a congressional hearing on antisemitism, saying she got caught up in a heated exchange and failed to properly denounce … more
Tyrese Haliburton can change his own narrative on Saturday night. more
A St. Louis man who spent 11 years behind bars for a killing before his conviction was overturned is suing the city and detectives who worked on his case, claiming the conviction for a crime he … more
New York's decision to trade for Juan Soto would have caused Boston to make a similar move in the past. The post The Yankees made clear they’re back. Will the Red Sox follow them? appeared … more
A man was quickly arrested after he allegedly fired off a shotgun in the parking vicinity of a synagogue, Gov. Kathy Hochul said. more
WASHINGTON (AP) — The president of Harvard University has apologized for her remarks at a congressional hearing on antisemitism, saying she got caught up in a heated... more
The Healey Administration's point person on the emergency shelter crisis wants to move "in other directions" before even considering the idea of using a convention center to house eligible families. more
Philanthropist MacKenzie Scott gave $2.1 billion since November 2022, she said online, bringing her total reported giving to more than $16 billion since 2019. more
Once known as "America's mayor," Rudy Giuliani now faces a deluge of lawsuits that have left him experiencing what his attorney calls "financial difficulties." more
St. Nick is visiting shopping centers, restaurants, and more this month. The post Where to meet and take photos with Santa this holiday season appeared first on more
U.S. businesses and other employers added a healthy 199,000 jobs last month and the unemployment rate fell, fresh signs that the economy could achieve an elusive “soft landing,” in which … more
Washington (CNN) — The Biden administration announced a multi-billion dollar boost to railway construction and improvements across the country on Friday – including what could become... more
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