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Traffic Accident · Odisha
India train crash: Many people feared dead and hundreds injured
Many people are feared dead and hundreds of others have been injured after a train crash in eastern India.At least 50 people have reportedly been killed after a passenger train derailed and collided with a goods train in Odisha's Balasore district.See the Story
55% Center coverage: 302 sources
Joe Biden · Washington
Biden lauds 'crisis averted' with debt ceiling deal in first Oval Office address
U.S. President Joe Biden declared a "crisis averted" on Friday in his first address from the White House's Oval Office, as he touted the passage of a bill to raise the U.S. debt ceiling and curb spending. See the Story
64% Center coverage: 164 sources
Black Lives Matter · Fayetteville
Fort Bragg drops Confederate namesake for Fort Liberty, part of US Army base rebranding
Fort Bragg shed its Confederate namesake Friday to become Fort Liberty in a ceremony some veterans said was a small but important step in making the U.S. Army more welcoming to current and prospective Black service members.See the Story
69% Center coverage: 161 sources
Latest News Stories
2023 National Spelling Bee champion crowned; Senate approves debt ceiling bill; NBA Finals tip off; and more morning headlines
Dev Shah is the champion of the Scripps National Spelling Bee. U.S. authorities have expanded slots to seek asylum at land crossings with Mexico. Plans to demolish a partially collapsed six-story apartment building in Iowa could become more clear. The marriage of Saudi Crown Prince Hashemite Al-Hussein and architect Rajwaif Al-Rabeeah draws a global audience.See the Story
90% Center coverage: 21 sources
Crime · Alaska
3 dead, 2 missing after family fishing trip in Alaska becomes a nightmare
Authorities have recovered the bodies of two sisters onboard a fishing charter boat that was found partially submerged off southeast Alaska amid rough seas. Two others remain missing from the charter, which was taken by two vacationing couples. See the Story
78% Center coverage: 121 sources
Business · Washington
Money stored in Venmo and other payment apps could be vulnerable, financial watchdog warns
Customers of Venmo, PayPal and CashApp should not store their money with those apps for the long term because the funds might not be safe during a crisis, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau warned Thursday.See the Story
79% Center coverage: 139 sources
Joe Biden · Washington
Senate passes bill to raise debt ceiling, preventing first-ever U.S. default
The Senate passed a House-approved bill late Thursday to raise the debt ceiling and cap government spending for two years, sending the legislation to President Joe Biden’s desk . See the Story
61% Center coverage: 294 sources
Americas · Des Moines
Residents of collapsed Iowa building allowed to stay as reports noted crumbling wall
A structural engineer’s report issued last week indicated a wall of a century-old apartment building in Iowa was at imminent risk of crumbling, yet neither the owner nor city officials warned residents of the danger days before the building partially collapsed, leaving three people missing and dozens displaced. See the Story
85% Center coverage: 89 sources
Harrison Ford, 80, makes it clear he doesn't need anybody’s help getting off a horse
The 80-year-old actor is currently promoting his latest film, Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny. In a new interview, Ford said he intentionally brushed off the help of a gaggle of stuntmen who rushed over to assist him off a horse after he finished a horseback riding scene. Ford had previously talked about how he didn't want Jones's age to be a punchline on screen in the new film.See the Story
91% Center coverage: 43 sources
Business · Dayton
US companies, nudged by Black employees, have stepped up donations to HBCUs
Natalie Coles will never forget receiving an unexpected phone call in 2020. On the line was Virginia-based Dominion Energy, offering to give money to Wilberforce University, the small historically Black college where she is in charge of fundraising.The company’s $500,000 donation went in part toward laptops and hot spots for students when the pandemic shut down the college’s campus outside of Dayton, Ohio.See the Story
89% Center coverage: 56 sources