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Police: At least 2 US Marshals, suspect shot in New York

New York City police say at least two U.S. Marshals and a suspect have been shot in the Bronx

AP Week in Pictures, North America

Nov. 27 - Dec. 3, 2020 This photo gallery highlights some of the most compelling images made or published by Associated Press photographers in the North America region. The gallery was curated by photo editor Courtney Dittmar in New York. Follow AP visual journalism: Instagram: AP Images on...

US adds Chinese chipmaker, oil giant to security blacklist

The U.S. government has stepped up a feud with Beijing over security by adding China’s biggest processor chip maker and a state-owned oil giant to a blacklist that limits access to American technology and investment

Today in History

Today in History Today is Friday, Dec. 4, the 339th day of 2020. There are 27 days left in the year. Today’s Highlights in History: On Dec. 4, 1783, Gen. George Washington bade farewell to his Continental Army officers at Fraunces Tavern in New York. On this date: In 1875, William Marcy Tweed, the “Boss” of New York City’s Tammany...

29 inmates charged in deadly 2018 South Carolina prison riot

South Carolina's attorney general says 29 inmates have been charged in connection with a state prison riot in 2018 that left seven inmates dead and 22 injured

Southwest warns nearly 7,000 workers of possible furloughs

Southwest Airlines is moving closer to the first furloughs in its history

West Virginia police officer dies 2 days after being shot

A West Virginia police officer has died two days after being shot by a suspect while responding to a parking complaint

PG&E's household customers facing 8% increase in power bills

Pacific Gas & Electric’s household customers will be hit with an average rate increase of 8% to help the once-bankrupt utility pay for improvements designed to reduce the risk that its outdated equipment will ignite more deadly wildfires

Minneapolis mayor: Private fund will transform public safety

Minneapolis Mayor Jacob Frey and local business owners have announced plans to create a private fund for new programs designed to change public safety

Feds: Militia leader pointed rifle at officers in Kentucky

The leader of a pro-gun group that stages armed protests against police violence has been charged with pointing a rifle at federal officers while in Kentucky for a demonstration

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