Americans are more content with the federal government than at any point since 2004, survey finds

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Republicans to reportedly shift focus off Biden as they prepare for midterms

2:17 p.m.

WarnerMedia CEO was reportedly 'kept in the dark' about $43 billion Discovery merger

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The U.S. will send 20 million doses of FDA-authorized COVID-19 vaccines abroad in June

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The U.S. still has stricter mask policies for kids than Europe

12:40 p.m.

The Supreme Court will take up a major abortion case. Here's what that could mean for Roe v. Wade.

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Former child star Ricky Schroder apologizes to Costco worker 'if I hurt your feelings' after mask confrontation

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The White House is apparently overrun with flies

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Martha Stewart slams 'fake news' that she has 16 peacocks: 'I actually have 21'

10:22 a.m.

Blinken says he hasn't seen evidence Hamas was using destroyed AP building in Gaza

10:17 a.m.

AT&T combining HBO, CNN, and more with Discovery to create 'formidable' rival to Netflix, Disney

9:01 a.m.

Trump's lame-duck Pentagon was reportedly total chaos

8:56 a.m.

Evangelical leader Franklin Graham suggests Trump may be too out of shape to run in 2024

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GlaxoSmithKline and Sanofi aim for COVID-19 vaccine authorization before year's end

6:06 a.m.

John Oliver shoots down 'Stand Your Ground' laws, America's 'Rosetta Stone for Justified Homicides'

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Bill Gates admits affair with Microsoft employee, denies being forced off Microsoft's board over it

4:10 a.m.

Poll: In Japan, a majority of people are opposed to Tokyo hosting Summer Olympics amid the pandemic

2:13 a.m.

UFOs are very real, 60 Minutes reports, they're still unidentified, and they aren't American

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