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The Department of Justice said it will appeal the judge's decision, arguing the CDC was within its authority to end Title 42.
Pete Davidson, Kate McKinnon and more cast members are leaving "Saturday Night Live," a source familiar with the situation tells USA TODAY.
Pelosi's decision in September to bring to the floor a bill making Roe v. Wade the law of the land proved a bridge too far for her local archdiocese.
Elon Musk is denying a report SpaceX, the aerospace firm run by the billionaire, settled a sexual misconduct claim made by a flight attendant.
Gabrielle Blair may seem an unlikely person to talk about unwanted pregnancies. But the Mormon mom of six is leading the way via Twitter.
Secret Service agents, in South Korea before a visit by President Biden, were sent home after an incident. Scandals have plagued the agency for years.
The wife of Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas urged Arizona state lawmakers to reverse former President Donald Trump's election loss in 2020.
Women and children fleeing war zones in Ukraine are left vulnerable, often in foreign countries where traffickers can exploit them.
The S&P 500 has fallen from a record high to near bear market in 5 short months, leaving some wondering what happened and how did we get here so fast?
Powdered wellness drinks are all over social media, from nutrition supplement Athletic Greens to coffee alternative MUD\WTR. We had experts weigh in.
These are the 10 worst fan bases in sports. Take a bow. You're the best of the awful. We'd have an awards ceremony but Miami Heat fans would miss it.
The World Health Organization on Friday said it was stepping up efforts to understand and combat monkeypox.
Experts say the monkeypox outbreak won't become another COVID-19 epidemic, but people should take the virus seriously.
True fans must visit these legendary venues for the best experiences in sports. Beauty is in the eye of the beholder, but here are 20 favorites.
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy says an 11-year-old was injured in a strike. Russia claims to have complete control of Mariupol. Updates.
A teacher at a school in Michigan has been placed on leave over an assignment showing former President Barack Obama with monkeys.
Wild extremes of weather are the story across the U.S. Friday, as a heat wave hits the East and a late-season snowstorm buries portions of the West.
Smithfield Packaged Meats Corp. is recalling 185,610 pounds of bacon topping products that may be contaminated with metal pieces.
USA TODAY Sprots staffers weigh in on who has the best fanbases in sports and what makes them so good. Who is your pick?
Three Power Five conferences were unlucky in efforts to stage football games during pandemic and suffered major revenue downturns in fiscal year 2021.
No longer will consumers be troubled with a capless Coke bottle. With an aim to bolster recycling, the Coca-Cola company announced a major change.
While fishing with his son, Christian Haltermann reeled in a 12.5-foot tiger shark at the Padre Island National Seashore off the coast of Texas.
The REI anniversary sale has up to 30% off camping gear, outdoor apparel and footwear. Plus, members can save even more with this exclusive code.
Attorney General Merrick Garland outlined his yearlong effort to better combat hate crimes, but attacks based on race and religion continue.
Hayley Kiyoko's latest music video, featuring "Bachelor" alum Becca Tilley, unofficially casts the singer as the first lesbian "Bachelorette" star.
Russian strikes have destroyed residential buildings, hospitals and schools. These images show Ukraine's devastated residential areas.
Suicide in the military is on the rise, and the problem is most acute in the Army. Nowhere is the crisis more evident than Alaska.
Since 2020, 41 million Americans have had reprieves from student loan payments. For seven borrowers, that meant a chance to imagine forgiveness.
More than 66,000 adoptees ended up in the foster care system between 2008 and 2020, according to a first-of-its-kind USA TODAY analysis.
Suicide devastates more than the service member and their family. It reverberates among the soldier's peers, eroding morale and readiness.
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