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The American Federation of Teachers and the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers have both endorsed the VP in her bid for president.

From "brat summer" to "coconut tree," it's been a timeline full of Harris-related memes since President Joe Biden exited the 2024 presidential race.

Vance gave speeches in Middletown, Ohio, and Radford, Va., on Monday.

In-person visitation resumes at Waupun Correctional Institution, and recreation time will be increased at Green Bay Correction Institution.





Vice President Kamala Harris will stop in Milwaukee Tuesday.

Biden endorsed Harris shortly after he announced he was dropping out of the 2024 presidential race.

The calls for Kimberly Cheatle to lose her job came from members of both parties.

After President Joe Biden announced he was stepping aside, Democrats swarmed Vice President Kamala Harris with their endorsements — and their cash.





The Packers are not too concerned about wide receiver Jayden Reed, who opened camp on the non-football injury list with a toe problem.

The 25 days between Biden’s debate with Trump and his exit from the 2024 presidential race were a busy and seismic period in American politics.

The director was questioned on Capitol Hill Monday.

U.S. stocks closed broadly higher, clawing back some of the losses from their worst week since April.





Police said they were called to the scene of the impromptu “car party” at the park on the west side of Milwaukee around 12:30 a.m. on Monday.

The likely presumptive Democratic presidential nominee shakes up the race.

Arizona-born Jessica Cox is helping design a special airplane, The Impossible Airplane, that can be flown with feet alone.

Officials responded to the crash around 12:50 p.m.





More showers and storms are possible Tuesday.

The president’s pulse, blood pressure, breathing and temperature are all normal, Dr. Kevin O'Connor said.

Alsu Kurmasheva worked for U.S. government-funded Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty.

The former House speaker did not explicitly endorse Harris on Sunday following President Joe Biden's decision to exit the race.

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The vice-president is endorsed by a majority of delegates ahead of voting at the party's convention in August.

Becoming the Democratic nominee may be the easy part. The hard part will be taking on the Republican in November.

A new report by senior police says violence against women and girls has become a "national emergency".

Two-time gold medallist Andy Murray will retire after the Olympics in Paris.





Lillie Morgan-Roller, four, and Rubie Morgan-Roller, nine, died in the crash on Sunday.

Michael McIntyre, Bradley Walsh and Alex Jones are among the stars whose salaries will not appear.

Paris 2024 promises to halve the carbon footprint of London 2012 and Rio 2016. How will it happen and what challenges must be tackled?

Hungarian PM Viktor Orban sparked anger last week by accusing the EU of pursuing a "pro-war policy".





Sonya Massey was shot at her home after police told her to put down a pot of boiling water.

The government has issued warnings to the participant and the production team for the killing of a weka bird.

The two-time prime minister agreed to sell his entire archive to fund his care towards the end of his life.

Wild chimpanzees, like humans, take fast-paced turns in conversation, and often interrupt each other.





The Israeli PM's visit comes at a chaotic time in US politics. Can he reset relations in Washington?

The vice-president is vying for the Democrats' presidential nomination after Joe Biden left the race.

It’s not a done deal but some potential rivals have quickly thrown their support behind her.

Most of the papers focus on the latest from the US, as Kamala Harris wins more endorsements and donations.





The Matrix star's new novel, The Book of Elsewhere, explores the theme of mortality.

A senior PSNI officer is accused of being resistant to investigating Katie Simpson's death as murder.

Police have urge more victims to come forward as experts say 90% of spiking cases go unreported.

Schools will no longer require parents to buy more than three branded items, under government plans





BBC analysis has uncovered the extent of damage caused by nine months of fighting between the Lebanese armed group Hezbollah and Israel.

The deaths of dozens of protesters has further eroded scant trust in the security forces.

If we can’t control rising global temperatures by drastically cutting carbon emissions, could something called geo-engineering be a way to cool the planet?

As Parliament approaches summer recess, Laura Kuenssberg reflects on how they've performed over a dizzying few months.





Looking back at the Republican National Convention offers some clues, says Anthony Zurcher.

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Linda McDonald, who was attacked by a convicted killer, says Scottish government plans have filled her with fear.

The local authority says heavy rains triggered landslides in the southern region of Gofa.





The Motown group is known for Reach Out I’ll Be There and I Can’t Help Myself (Sugar Pie Honey Bunch).

A new Tory leader will be announced by 2 November under plans set out by the 1922 committee.

A 90-year-old great gran says it "feels wonderful" to finally visit the graves of her two babies.

The city saw off competition from Washington DC to host the tournament, founded by the Duke of Sussex.