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General Mills' classic Monster Cereals are back with a reimagined look

Magnet fishing got people hooked, but China and green tech are threatening its future

Abortion is legal in Illinois. In Wisconsin, it's nearly banned. So clinics teamed up

The Cold War to Brittney Griner: a new twist in U.S.-Russia prisoner swaps

A fossilized tooth may help solve the mystery of the Chincoteague ponies

What the Inflation Reduction Act does and doesn't do about rising prices

Social media posts warn people not to call 988. Here's what you need to know

The many investigations surrounding Donald Trump: Jan. 6, Mar-a-Lago, taxes and more

The last time to catch a supermoon this year is approaching

Sister says North Korea's Kim suffered a fever from COVID

What is the Fifth Amendment, and how has it been used?

Scientists say landfills release more planet-warming methane than previously thought

Zoo visitors unexpectedly witness the birth of a baby giraffe

NY governor pledges $10 million to fight domestic terrorism after Buffalo shooting

Fear turns to shock among Albuquerque Muslims as police say the shooter is a Muslim

The story of Steve Jobs and Issey Miyake's friendship (and a nixed Apple uniform)

Trial begins in lawsuit over Kobe Bryant crash photos

Here's just how close the war in Ukraine has come to Europe's largest nuclear plant

Suspect denies involvement in the killings of four Muslim men in Albuquerque

Proposals would ease standards, raise retirement age to address pilot shortage

After a career of cracking cold cases, investigator Paul Holes opens up

Polio vaccine boosters are offered to London children as the virus spreads

Taylor Swift says she never listened to 3LW before writing 'Shake It Off'

A Nebraska woman is charged with helping her daughter have an abortion

Trump says he refused to answer any questions under oath in today's New York testimony

This Montana couple built their dream home, only to have it burn down in minutes

Inflation is cooling thanks to gas prices, but many things still cost a lot more

Most Americans support using the popular vote to decide U.S. presidents, data shows

A Florida license plate has reopened the debate over the 'Don't tread on me' flag

Their mentor was attacked. Now young OB-GYNs may leave Indiana

The U.S. lost track of why it was in Afghanistan, former commander says

Le bon temps continue to roll on Cajun radio in Southern Louisiana

Some Native Americans say this Pilgrim site is failing as a bi-cultural museum

Stranded whale dies after a rescue operation to remove it from a French river

A Brazil court reopens the case of a rainforest park larger than New York City

With Trump's backing, Michels wins the Wisconsin GOP primary for governor

Mystery at Mar-a-Lago: What were FBI agents looking for and what are the consequences?

Voters cast their ballots in Kenyan presidential election with low turnout

With supplies low, FDA authorizes plan to stretch limited monkeypox vaccine doses

An Albuquerque man was charged with killing 2 Muslim men, suspected of killing 2 more

Backers turn up at Mar-a-Lago to show support for Donald Trump after FBI raid

A raging fire at a Cuban oil facility worsens the island's energy crisis

A grand jury declined to indict a woman whose accusations set off Emmett Till killing

It's primary day in Vermont. Why do voters there choose a governor every 2 years?

How the Republican Party came to embrace conspiracy theories and denialism

A vision of 7 suns led a self-taught Ivoirian artist to draw the everyday and the holy

A vaccine for Lyme disease is in its final clinical trial

A key route in Death Valley buried in floods will be closed for another week

Biden signs semiconductor bill into law, though Trump raid overshadows event

Ashton Kutcher says he was lucky to survive a rare form of the disease vasculitis