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Pentagon reveals secretive B-21 bomber in California

UPDATED: Fri., Dec. 2, 2022

The Pentagon and defense contractor Northrop Grumman unveiled the U.S. military's bomber of the future on Friday, showcasing an aircraft cloaked in secrecy for years and set to serve as a backbone of Air Force combat operations for decades to come.

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U.S. sees little prospect for Ukraine talks with Putin

UPDATED: Fri., Dec. 2, 2022

A day after President Joe Biden said he would be willing to talk with President Vladimir Putin of Russia about a possible peace agreement in Ukraine, the Kremlin offered a frosty response, and prospects for settling the brutal conflict remained as distant as ever.
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U.S. plans to end mpox emergency declaration in two months

UPDATED: Fri., Dec. 2, 2022

The Biden administration said Friday that it did not expect to extend its declaration of a public health emergency for the outbreak of mpox, formerly known as monkeypox, past its scheduled expiration at the end of January, a signal that the disease no longer constitutes a crisis-level threat in the United States.
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Tampa police chief placed on leave amid investigation into traffic stop

UPDATED: Fri., Dec. 2, 2022

 Tampa Mayor Jane Castor placed police Chief Mary O’Connor on administrative leave on Friday as the city investigates a traffic stop O’Connor was involved in last month in Pinellas County. Body camera video released Thursday shows O’Connor identifying herself to a Pinellas sheriff’s deputy as Tampa’s chief, pulling out her badge and asking the deputy to “just let us go” after she and her husband were pulled over in a golf cart in Oldsmar on Nov. 12.
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‘Worst decision of his life.’ Jan. 6 defendant from California seeks leniency at sentencing

UPDATED: Fri., Dec. 2, 2022

 Tommy Frederick Allan says he knows he’s going to prison, that after scaling the walls of the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6, 2021, on a rope, stealing an American flag and some documents from the Senate chamber and later declaring on social media that it was the “best day ever” he faces some sort of punishment. He just doesn’t think he deserves the two years in prison federal prosecutors are seeking.
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Trump Mar-a-Lago special master struck down by appeals court

UPDATED: Thu., Dec. 1, 2022

A federal appeals court panel on Thursday halted an outside review of thousands of documents seized from former president Donald Trump's Florida residence, ruling that a lower-court judge was wrong to appoint an expert to decide whether any of the material should be shielded from criminal investigators.

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