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Meghan Markle’s meeting with Gov. Newsom sparks talk about her political potential

Meghan Markle may be pretty busy these days, expecting her second child with Prince Harry while handling the demands of her new career as a philanthropist, Netflix producer, Spotify podcaster and crusader against an intrusive tabloid media.

Suspect in 14-hour NYC subway stabbing rampage ordered held without bail

A mentally ill man accused of killing two people and seriously wounding two others during a grisly train stabbing spree was ordered held without bail Monday.

Coast-to-coast winter storm brings freezing temperatures, power outages, ‘thundersnow’

Winter weather advisories were in effect for almost half of the U.S. Monday as a wicked storm system triggered heavy snowfall, freezing rain, and dangerous road conditions across the country, with temperatures plunging below zero in some states and millions of Americans spending the Presidents Day holiday without power.

U.S. House speaker plans to set up “9/11-type commission” to probe Capitol riot

U.S. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi on Monday announced plans for establishing an independent "9/11-type commission" to investigate the deadly Jan. 6 Capitol riot, two days after former President Donald Trump was acquitted in his second impeachment trial by the evenly split Senate.

How bad is the COVID-19 variant problem? We won’t know until we test for it

As COVID-19 vaccinations slowly become available to more Americans, variants of the novel coronavirus have started circulating in the United States and elsewhere, making people wonder whether the shots are still worth getting.

San Diego Zoo Safari Park gorillas recover from coronavirus

Gorillas at San Diego Zoo Safari Park have recovered from a bout of the coronavirus and are ready for visitors, zoo officials announced this weekend.

Biden calls for “commonsense gun law reforms” on 3rd anniversary of Parkland school shooting

U.S. President Joe Biden called on Congress to enact "commonsense gun law reforms" on Sunday, the third anniversary of the shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, southeastern U.S. state of Florida.

New York police step up subway patrols after fatal stabbing incidents

A total of 500 more police officers will be deployed immediately to patrol New York City's transit system both on ground and underground following four stabbing incidents within 24 hours, said New York Police Department (NYPD) Commissioner Dermot Shea on Saturday afternoon.

U.S. Texas braces for severe winter storm

The U.S. state of Texas is deploying thousands of Department of Public Safety (DPS) workers for welfare checks as a severe winter storm is on the way, Governor Greg Abbott said on Saturday.

Minnesota proclaims February 26 as Azerbaijani Day

February 26th has been proclaimed as the Azerbaijani Day in the U.S. State of Minnesota.

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