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Mother Nature to switch gears into summer across the Northeast to finish May
U.S. News // 20 hours ago
Mother Nature to switch gears into summer across the Northeast to finish May
After the first two weeks of May featured below-average temperatures across the Northeast and East Coast, Mother Nature will conclude the month on a much different note as summerlike conditions are expected to settle in.
Watch live: President, first lady attend wreath-laying ceremony
U.S. News // 21 hours ago
Watch live: President, first lady attend wreath-laying ceremony
May 25 (UPI) -- President Donald Trump and first lady Melania Trump were scheduled to attend a Memorial Day wreath-laying ceremony at Arlington National Cemetery.
Ex-comfort woman decries 'betrayal' in South Korea activist scandal
World News // 23 hours ago
Ex-comfort woman decries 'betrayal' in South Korea activist scandal
May 25 (UPI) -- The former South Korean comfort woman who accused an activist of misappropriating funds said Monday she had been "betrayed overnight" after being "used" by lawmaker-elect Yoon Mi-hyang for three decades.
China proposes lifting North Korea sanctions
World News // 1 day ago
China proposes lifting North Korea sanctions
May 25 (UPI) -- China's top diplomat called on the United States to ease North Korea sanctions, the same day North Korea's Kim Jong Un discussed strengthening nuclear deterrence, according to state media reports.
Taiwan vows 'necessary assistance' to Hong Kong residents
World News // 1 day ago
Taiwan vows 'necessary assistance' to Hong Kong residents
May 25 (UPI) -- Taiwan's President Tsai Ing-wen has promised "necessary assistance" to the people of Hong Kong after protests reignited in the semi-autonomous region over the weekend.
Shinzo Abe's approval rating slides amid coronavirus, prosecution scandal
World News // 1 day ago
Shinzo Abe's approval rating slides amid coronavirus, prosecution scandal
May 25 (UPI) -- Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's approval rating has dipped by double digits in the wake of his administration's response to the global coronavirus pandemic.
Republicans sue to block California from voting by mail in November
U.S. News // 1 day ago
Republicans sue to block California from voting by mail in November
May 25 (UPI) -- Several Republican groups have filed a lawsuit against California Gov. Gavin Newsom's executive order to allow Californians to vote by mail in the November presidential election due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Judge rules Florida law restricting voting rights of ex-felons unconstitutional
U.S. News // 1 day ago
Judge rules Florida law restricting voting rights of ex-felons unconstitutional
May 24 (UPI) -- A judge granted a permanent injunction against a controversial Florida law requiring former felons to pay outstanding legal fines or fees before regaining their right to vote, ruling the measure was unconstitutional.
Appeals court upholds California order keeping places of worship closed
U.S. News // 1 day ago
Appeals court upholds California order keeping places of worship closed
May 24 (UPI) -- The U.S. 9th Circuit Court of Appeals upheld California Gov. Gavin Newsom's restrictions on places of worship reopening as part of the state's stay-at-home order.
New York reports small rise in coronavirus deaths; Cuomo to allow pro sports training camps
U.S. News // 1 day ago
New York reports small rise in coronavirus deaths; Cuomo to allow pro sports training camps
May 24 (UPI) -- Andrew Cuomo announced the state recorded more than 100 new coronavirus deaths, while declaring Sunday he would allow professional sports teams to hold in-state training camps.
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