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Crews worked through the night searching for people trapped after a deadly storm system spawned tornadoes across parts of the U.S. South, killing at least seven people and causing substantial damage in the historic city of Selma, Alabama.

By KIM CHANDLER and JEFF MARTIN, Associated Press January 13, 2023
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Virtually everything was going right for President Joe Biden as he opened the year.

By STEVE PEOPLES and JILL COLVIN, Associated Press January 13, 2023
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Mega Millions players will have another chance Friday night to end months of losing and finally win a jackpot that has grown to $1.35 billion.

By Associated Press January 13, 2023
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The U.S. Department of the Interior announced Thursday that it has given new names to five places that previously included a racist term for a Native American woman.

By TRISHA AHMED, Associated Press/Report for America January 13, 2023
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The Biden administration on Thursday launched an online appointment system as the only way for migrants to get exceptions from pandemic-era limits on asylum — the U.S. government's latest major step in eight days to overhaul border enforcement.

By ELLIOT SPAGAT, Associated Press January 13, 2023
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U.S. border authorities announced changes to their policy for pursuing smugglers and other crime suspects on Wednesday, following an extensive review and criticism by immigrant advocates who pointed to cases in which passengers died when drivers fled law enforcement.

By Associated Press January 12, 2023
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With a cheerful “soy Marcos” – “I’m Mark,” in Spanish – Bishop Mark Seitz introduced himself to migrants eating soup in the shelter on the grounds of the Catholic Diocese of El Paso, less than two miles from the U.S.-Mexico border.

By Associated Press January 12, 2023
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The Federal Aviation Administration is lifting a ground stop on flights across the U.S. following a computer outage early Wednesday that resulted in thousands of delays and hundreds of cancellations quickly cascading through the system at airports nationwide.

By MICHELLE CHAPMAN, AP Business Writer January 11, 2023
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Chickens may not be able to fly very far, but the price of eggs is soaring.

By JOSH FUNK, AP Business Writer January 11, 2023
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The Golden Globes returned to the air Tuesday with a red carpet flush with celebrities, comedian Jerrod Carmichael as a hesitant emcee and top awards for Steven Spielberg's “The Fabelmans" and Martin McDonagh's “The Banshees of Inisherin,” as the beleaguered award show sought to rekindle its pre-pandemic and pre-scandal glamour.

By JAKE COYLE, AP Film Writer January 11, 2023
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The Mega Millions prize has grown again to an estimated $1.35 billion after there was no winner of the lottery’s latest giant jackpot.

By Associated Press January 11, 2023
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Politicians, tribal leaders and the head of a local humanitarian group in Arizona's Yuma County called on a politically diverse delegation of senators from around the U.S. to pass immigration reform amid an increase in migrant arrivals that can overwhelm local resources.

By ANITA SNOW, Associated Press January 11, 2023
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California saw little relief from drenching rains Tuesday as the latest in a relentless string of storms swamped roads, turned rivers into gushing flood zones and forced thousands of people to flee from towns with histories of deadly mudslides. At least 14 people have died since last week.

By CHRISTOPHER WEBER and STEFANIE DAZIO, Associated Press January 10, 2023
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The top Republican on the House Intelligence Committee has requested that the U.S. intelligence community conduct a “damage assessment” of potentially classified documents found in the Washington office space of President Joe Biden’s former institute.

By ZEKE MILLER, AP White House Correspondent January 10, 2023
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Brazilian authorities vowed Monday to protect democracy and punish thousands of supporters of ex-President Jair Bolsonaro who stormed and trashed the nation’s highest seats of power in chaos with striking similarities to the Jan. 6, 2021, insurrection at the U.S. Capitol.

By DAVID BILLER, Associated Press January 9, 2023
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Prince Harry has accused the royal family of being complicit in his wife Meghan’s anguish, claiming his stepmother Camilla, the queen consort, had leaked private conversations to the media in order to burnish her own reputation.

By DANICA KIRKA, Associated Press January 9, 2023
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Joan Cohrs missed her chance to grab a prescription at her usual drugstore by about 30 seconds.

By TOM MURPHY, AP Health Writer January 7, 2023
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Republican Kevin McCarthy was elected House speaker on a historic post-midnight 15th ballot early Saturday, overcoming holdouts from his own ranks and floor tensions that boiled over after a chaotic week that tested the new GOP majority’s ability to govern.

By LISA MASCARO and FARNOUSH AMIRI, Associated Press January 7, 2023
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A 6-year-old student shot and wounded a teacher at his school in Virginia during an altercation inside a first-grade classroom Friday, police and school officials in the city of Newport News said.

By BEN FINLEY and MATTHEW BARAKAT, Associated Press January 7, 2023
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California weather calmed Friday but the lull was expected to be brief as more Pacific storms lined up to blast into the state, where successive powerful weather systems have knocked out power to thousands, battered the coastline, flooded streets, toppled trees and caused at least six deaths.

By Associated Press January 7, 2023
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For a long and frustrating third day, divided Republicans left the speaker’s chair of the U.S. House sitting empty Thursday, as party leader Kevin McCarthy failed and failed again in an excruciating string of ballots to win enough GOP votes to seize the chamber’s gavel.

By LISA MASCARO and FARNOUSH AMIRI, Associated Press January 5, 2023
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Pope Francis joined tens of thousands of faithful in bidding farewell to Benedict XVI at a rare requiem Mass Thursday for a dead pope presided over by a living one, ending an unprecedented decade for the Catholic Church that was triggered by the German theologian’s decision to retire.

By Associated Press January 5, 2023
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Pope Francis praised Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI’s “acute and gentle thought” as he presided over a packed Wednesday general audience in the Vatican, while thousands of people paid tribute to the former pope on the final day of public viewing in St. Peter’s Basilica.

By NICOLE WINFIELD, Associated Press January 4, 2023
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The Mega Millions jackpot increased to an estimated $940 million after another drawing resulted in plenty of losers but not a single grand prize winner.

By Associated Press January 4, 2023
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Failing to elect party leader Kevin McCarthy as the new speaker of the House, Republicans adjourned in disarray Tuesday night, ending a raucous first day of the new Congress but hoping to somehow regroup on Wednesday from his historic defeat.

By LISA MASCARO, FARNOUSH AMIRI and KEVIN FREKING, Associated Press January 3, 2023

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