Alex Arger

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A crater full of water and sewage remains where a home once was in Gaza.

Gaza Rubble Revealed, U.S. Defends Israel's 'Right to Defend Itself'

Rioters try to break through a police barrier at the Capitol in Washington.

Alleged Rioters Say Jan. 6 Wasn't Their Fault, Blame 'Mob Mentality'

A woman fills out an absentee ballot at City Hall in Garden City, Michigan.

New Voter ID Rules, Audits Being Pushed in Multiple States

Residents wearing masks walk in downtown Lake Oswego, Oregon.
APScience and Health

U.S. Nears Return To Normalcy, as Cases Reach Lowest Point In a Year

Visitors walk on a busy sidewalk in Maine.
APScience and Health

How Can You Tell Who Is Vaccinated? New CDC Guidance Relies on Trust

Smoke rises following Israeli airstrikes on a building in Gaza City, Thursday, May 13, 2021.

Netanyahu Says Hamas Using Civilians As 'Human Shields'

Scores of row houses burn in the west Philadelphia neighborhood fire that came from the MOVE bombing.

Philadelphia MOVE Victims' Remains Found, Weren't Cremated After All

Smoke billows from a building housing international media, including The Associated Press, after an Israeli airstrike.

Israeli Strikes Kill 10 In Refugee Camp, Topple News Media Building

A sign looking to hire employees is displayed at the entrance to a Bed, Bath and Beyond store.

Why Aren't Jobs Being Filled? Some Say Unemployment Aid, Others Virus

EarthCam view shows the scene of the shooting.

Three People, Including 4-Year-Old, Injured In New York City Gunfire

Girl is brought to a hospital after a bomb explosion near a school in west Kabul, Afghanistan, Saturday.

At Least 30 People Killed In Bombing At Afghan Girls' School

Kashmiri health workers test nasal swab samples for COVID-19 amid pandemic surge in India.
APScience and Health

As One-Third Of U.S. Is Now Vaccinated, India Faces A Deadly Surge

President Joe Biden speaks during an event to mark Amtrak's 50th anniversary at 30th Street Station in Philadelphia.

$4 Trillion Economy Plan Worth Every Penny, Says Biden Administration

President Joe Biden addresses a joint session of Congress in the House Chamber at the U.S. Capitol.

North Korea Says U.S. Faces a 'Very Grave Situation' After Address

A health worker takes the nasal swab sample of an election official to test for COVID-19 in India.
APScience and Health

As U.S. Vaccinations Increase, Pandemic Is Grim In India, Elsewhere

A U.S. Army soldier walks past an American Flag commemorating the tenth anniversary of the 9/11 attacks.

Withdrawal of Troops in Afghanistan is Underway After 20-year War

President Biden in the Oval Office of the White House.

Approaching 100th Day In Office, President Biden's Approval Over 50%

First responders work the scene of a hospital fire in Baghdad on Saturday, April 24, 2021.

Fire in Baghdad COVID-19 Hospital Unit Kills 82, Injures 110

A man adjusts a sign near a memorial at the scene in the Columbus, Ohio neighborhood where Ma'Khia Bryant was killed.

Six Shootings By Police Occur In 24 Hours After Chauvin Trial Verdict

A COVID-19 patient receives oxygen inside a car provided by a Gurdwara, a Sikh house of worship, in New Delhi, India.
APScience and Health

As U.S. Leans On Vaccines To Contain Spread, COVID-19 Surges Elsewhere

Dr. Anthony Fauci
Associated PressScience and Health

Fauci Confident Johnson & Johnson Vaccine Will Return

Indianapolis Mayor Joe Hogarth speaks at a vigil Saturday to memorialize the eight killed in the mass shooting there.

Indianapolis Sikh Community Reels From Loss In FedEx Shooting

Pall Bearers carry the coffin of the Duke of Edinburgh into St George's Chapel for his funeral.

Prince Philip Is Laid to Rest, Royal Family Honors His Legacy

A woman receives her second dose of the Sinovac vaccine in Brazil.
APScience and Health

Global COVID-19 Deaths Top 3 Million As Vaccination Efforts Sputter

Pres. Trump during a meeting in Washington.

Trump GOP Speech Attacks Mitch McConnell, Renews False Election Claims

Palmetto residents look at the rubble left by a severe storm.

At Least 2 Dead After Severe Weather Rips Louisiana

Rioters storm the Capitol in what became a deadly riot.

AP: Pence Told Pentagon In Urgent Jan. 6 Call To 'Clear the Capitol'

A health worker administers a dose of a Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine during a vaccination clinic in Philadelphia.
APScience and Health

Fauci: U.S. Cases Remain 'Disturbingly High' Despite Race To Vaccinate

President Biden delivers a speech on infrastructure spending.

GOP Says Corporate Tax Hike In Biden Admin. Plan Will Eliminate Jobs

Authorities tow a car after a man rammed it into a barricade on Capitol Hill in Washington.

Capitol Reconsiders Fencing, Security After New Attack Kills Officer