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Amazon delays return to office to 2022 due to COVID

Amazon has pushed back its return-to-office date for tech and corporate workers until January 2022 as COVID-19 cases surge nationally due to the delta variant

2 school districts sue Arkansas over mask mandate ban

Little Rock's schools and an east Arkansas school district where hundreds of staff and students are quarantining because of a COVID-19 outbreak are suing the state over its mask mandate ban

'Kai the Hitchhiker' loses bid to overturn murder conviction

A former online celebrity who achieved fame for allegedly using a hatchet to fend off an attack on a highway worker has failed in his attempt to have his murder conviction overturned

Chicago police officer charged in downtown subway shooting

A Chicago police officer who shot an unarmed man in the back as he ran up a subway escalator has been charged with felony counts of aggravated battery with a firearm and official misconduct

Illinois sees record pot sales, with boost from Lollapalooza

Illinois dispensaries sold a record $127.8 million in recreational marijuana in July, with a big boost coming from out-of-state fans who converged on Chicago for the Lollapalooza music festival

Graham says he's told Trump to 'speak up' on COVID vaccines

As he recovers from a breakthrough infection of the coronavirus, Sen. Lindsey Graham says he has urged former President Donald Trump to press his supporters to get the COVID-19 vaccine

FAA head seeks more prosecution of unruly airline passengers

The nation’s top aviation regulator is asking local officials to consider filing criminal charges more often against people who act up during airline flights

Coast Guard offloads $1.4 billion in drugs at Florida port

The United States Coast Guard offloaded drugs worth more than $1.4 billion at Port Everglades in Fort Lauderdale

Recordings to be heard at trial in Chinese woman's death

A jury in the upcoming trial of a Missouri man accused of killing his Chinese wife will be allowed to hear recordings of arguments between the couple

Woodland hermit's cabin fire leads to state investigation

The New Hampshire State Fire Marshal’s Office says it has opened an investigation into a fire that destroyed a small cabin where an off-the-grid hermit had lived for almost three decades

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