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NARA said the former president’s representatives are continuing to search for additional records that belong to the archives. Read more
Nathan Chen completed his four-year journey toward an elusive Olympic gold medal Thursday, following his record short program at the Beijing Games with a near-perfect free skate that earned him a standing ovation from supporters inside historic Capital Indoor Stadium. Read more
Kamila Valieva, the 15-year-old Russian superstar who was expected to deliver her nation its third straight Olympic gold medal in women’s figure skating, practiced as usual Thursday, hours after reports that she tested positive for a banned substance. Read more
Maui police have recovered more than $120,000 in drugs from a Lahaina residence and have arrested two people possibly involved in a drug operation targeting children. Read more
In Beijing, she scored 94 in the first of her three runs, enough for the win. Read more
Over the past four years, some 60 trees in the area have been tested due to reddish-brown leaves, but none had tested positive until this one. Read more
The comedian and “Full House” star was found dead Jan. 9 in a Florida hotel room. Read more
South Korea’s presidential election is in March, and Moon leaves office in May after serving a five-year term. Read more
Honolulu firefighters rescued a 51-year-old hiker who got lost on Kealia Trail this evening. Read more
A shortage of truck drivers is frequently cited as an explanation for shortages of many other things — from construction supplies to electronics to clothing. Read more
Facing growing pressure to ease up on pandemic restrictions, the White House insisted today it is making plans for a less-disruptive phase of the national virus response. Read more
Sen. Dick Durbin announced a bill to renew the Violence Against Women Act alongside his Democratic and Republican colleagues who were also joined by domestic violence survivors and actor and advocate Angelina Jolie. Read more
A hiker from Utah sustained leg injuries after jumping off a rope swing at Hoopii Falls. Read more
Dousing a social media firestorm, the Biden administration said today that a grant program to counter harm from illicit drugs will not pay for safer pipes to smoke crack or meth. Read more
The House committee investigating the U.S. Capitol insurrection subpoenaed former White House trade adviser Peter Navarro today, seeking to question an ally of former President Donald Trump who promoted false claims of voter fraud in the 2020 election. Read more
Satellite photos show hundreds of people in formation at a training ground in North Korea’s capital in a possible sign the country is preparing for a military parade amid heightened animosities over its recent missile tests. Read more
As freestyle skier Eileen Gu won her gold medal in the big air competition on Tuesday, praise for the San Franciscan quite literally overwhelmed the Chinese internet. Read more
Criminals are tricking mobile carriers to switch a victim’s mobile number to a SIM in the criminal’s possession. Read more
When bad things happen at the Olympics, no one ever lets it go. Read more
NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell vowed action on several fronts. Read more
Previous charges of first-degree murder, attempt to influence a public servant and forgery were dropped as part of an agreement with prosecutors. Read more