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2021 was a deadly year for police officers in the US

2021 saw the highest number of law enforcement officers who were intentionally killed in the line of duty since the terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, 2001, an increase that comes as a rise in gun violence and homicides continues across the country. CNN’s Josh Campbell reports.

Apple is back on top in smartphone sales worldwide after a record win in China

Apple has once again become the top-selling smartphone brand in top market China, along with the rest of the world.

Northeast faces heavy snow and blizzard conditions this weekend

Heavy snow and strong winds are expected to slam some metro areas in the Northeast this weekend and millions will likely be under winter storm watches starting Friday.

Valentino embraces gray-haired and average-sized models

From the moment 57-year-old supermodel Kristen McMenamy opened Valentino’s latest show in Paris, it was clear the fashion house was breaking with convention.

Opinion: Politicizing the Holocaust dehumanizes us all

As a child of Holocaust survivors, nothing is more sacred and important to me than preserving the memory of this period. The international community has made great strides in educating the world about it.

Georgia teacher charged with battery for allegedly pushing 14-year-old student to the floor of a classroom

A high school teacher in the Atlanta area has been charged with battery for allegedly shoving a 14-year-old student to the ground in front of his classmates, local officials said.

Time warp: How time passes when you live in space

Since the pandemic began, the arrival of each new year feels like a reprise of “let’s do the time warp again” from “The Rocky Horror Picture Show.” Now, imagine if you lived in space.

Nord Stream 2 will not move forward if Russia invades Ukraine, US says

The controversial Nord Stream 2 pipeline will not move forward if Russia invades Ukraine, the chief spokesman for the U.S. State Department said in an interview Wednesday.

Breyer retirement gives Biden chance to fill High Court vacancy

Former South Carolina officer is found not guilty of assault and battery in an arrest last year that led to nights of protests

A South Carolina jury found former police officer Jonathan Moreno not guilty Wednesday in connection with the arrest of a man last summer that sparked nights of protests.