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FDA issues Benadryl warning as it investigates reports of teen injuries and deaths linked to TikTok challenge

Shelby Lin Erdman, CNN  |  Posted Sep 25th - 2:20pm

The US Food and Drug Administration issued a warning Thursday over "serious problems with high doses" of the common over-the-counter allergy medication Benadryl.

Coronavirus fuels historic legal battle over voting as 2020 US election looms

Joseph Ax, Reuters  |  Posted Sep 25th - 10:21am

The Nov. 3 contest between President Donald Trump and Democratic challenger Joe Biden has generated an unprecedented wave of election-related litigation, as both sides seek to shape the rules governing how votes are tallied in key states.

Justice Ginsburg becomes first woman to lie in state at US Capitol

Patricia Zengerle, Reuters  |  Posted Sep 25th - 8:24am

Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, a champion of gender equality, made history again on Friday as the first woman and the first Jewish person to lie in state in the U.S. Capitol, encircled by images of prominent Americans.

US records over 7 million COVID-19 cases as Midwest outbreak surges

Anurag Maan and Roshan Abraham, Reuters  |  Posted Sep 25th - 7:24am

The number of novel coronavirus cases in the United States topped 7 million — more than 20% of the world's total — as Midwest states reported spikes in COVID-19 infections in September, according to a Reuters tally.

Why President Trump isn’t mad at Mitt Romney anymore

Dennis Romboy, KSL  |  Posted Sep 25th - 7:03am

President Trump says he’s “no longer angry” at Mitt Romney over his impeachment decision because the Utah senator supports a vote on the impending U.S. Supreme Court nominee.

Pandemic-proof: Fall college football revived on West Coast

Ralph D. Russo, Associated Press  |  Updated Sep 25th - 12:12am

A major college football season that was in peril six week ago as conferences succumbed to concerns about COVID-19 is reconstituting.

Top US Republicans promise peaceful transition after Trump sows doubts

Susan Heavey and Doina Chiacu, Reuters  |  Posted Sep 24th - 7:42pm

U.S. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell and other top Republicans on Thursday repudiated President Donald Trump's refusal to commit to a peaceful transfer of power, assuring American voters the lawmakers would accept the outcome of November's election.

Girl dead, 3 family members hurt in Oklahoma house explosion

The Associated Press  |  Updated Sep 24th - 6:41pm

A girl was killed and her parents and brother were injured when their home in Oklahoma City exploded Thursday morning, fire officials said.

San Francisco sues 28 alleged dealers to stop flow of drugs

Olga R. Rodriguez, Associated Press  |  Updated Sep 24th - 5:21pm

San Francisco sued 28 alleged drug dealers who frequent a downtown neighborhood where drug dealing and drug use in broad daylight is common, in an effort to clean up the area that has seen the city's largest number of overdose deaths, authorities announced Thursday.

2 dead after ultralight aircraft crashes on Texas interstate

The Associated Press  |  Updated Sep 24th - 4:14pm

Two men died after their ultralight aircraft crashed on an interstate in front of a hospital in Central Texas on Thursday, authorities said.

US Health Department's Caputo has cancer, spokesperson says

The Associated Press  |  Posted Sep 24th - 2:50pm

Michael Caputo, who is on a 60-day leave from his role as spokesperson for the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services after accusing government scientists of sedition, has metastatic cancer, a state lawmaker said Thursday.

Park IDs hunter killed by grizzly bear in Alaska as Ohio man

The Associated Press  |  Updated Sep 24th - 2:29pm

The hunter killed by a grizzly bear last weekend in a remote part of Alaska's Wrangell-St. Elias National Park and Preserve was identified Thursday by park officials as a 22-year-old man from Ohio.

Democrats to redraft virus relief in bid to jump-start talks

Andrew Taylor, Associated Press  |  Posted Sep 24th - 1:44pm

House Democrats are going back to the drawing board on a huge COVID-19 relief bill, paring back the measure in an attempt to jump-start negotiations with the Trump administration.

US appeals court in Denver eyes American Samoa citizenship

Colleen Slevin, AP, Associated Press  |  Posted Sep 24th - 11:52am

Whether people who live in territories controlled by the U.S. automatically become citizens under a constitutional amendment that secured citizenship for freed slaves was a major focus of arguments Wednesday in a federal appeals court in Denver in a case seeking citizenship rights for residents of American Samoa.

US labor market slowing as fiscal stimulus fades

Lucia Mutikani, Reuters  |  Updated Sep 24th - 11:39am

The number of Americans filing new claims for unemployment benefits unexpectedly increased last week, supporting views the economic recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic was running out of steam amid diminishing government funding.

Abuse investigator pleads not guilty in slain boy case

The Associated Press  |  Posted Sep 24th - 10:45am

A former Illinois child welfare worker who investigated allegations of abuse involving a 5-year-old boy who was later beaten to death pleaded not guilty Thursday to child endangerment and reckless conduct charges.

COVID-19: CDC chief says more than 90% of Americans remain susceptible

Christina Maxouris, CNN  |  Posted Sep 24th - 10:33am

While nearly half of U.S. states now report a rise in new COVID-19 cases, a leading public health official announced the majority of Americans remain susceptible to the virus.

‘It’s just becoming awful’: Zion park officials try to deal with unprecedented amounts of graffiti

Hollie Stark, St. George News  |  Posted Sep 24th - 9:16am

Officials at Zion National Park are grappling with unprecedented amounts of graffiti throughout the park as visitors continue to flock to the canyon.

Trump hedges on transferring power peacefully; Romney calls suggestion 'unthinkable and unacceptable'

Jeff Mason, Reuters  |  Posted Sep 23rd - 9:26pm

U.S. President Donald Trump declined on Wednesday to commit to a peaceful transfer of power if he loses the Nov. 3 election to Democratic rival Joe Biden and said he expected the election battle to end up before the Supreme Court.