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  1. Daily Briefing

    Daily Briefing

    The day's top stories, from sports to movies to politics to world events.

  2. Do you have student debt? Here are ways to get loan forgiveness under new federal rules

    Do you have student debt? Here are ways to get loan forgiveness under new federal rules

    Tens of thousands of people have gotten student loan forgiveness through an overhauled federal program. Here's how to get help with your debt.

  3. Is arriving at the airport 2 hours before a flight too early? You might need 3, in some cases

    Is arriving at the airport 2 hours before a flight too early? You might need 3, in some cases

    With a record-breaking summer for air travel ahead, it's time to settle the airport arrival time question. In some cases, you might need three hours.

  4. Results are in: 'Magnum, P.I.,' 'A Million Little Things' top 25th annual Save Our Shows poll

    Results are in: 'Magnum, P.I.,' 'A Million Little Things' top 25th annual Save Our Shows poll

    USA TODAY's 25th annual Save Our Shows poll asked, and 70,000 of you answered: "Magnum, P.I." and "A Million Little Things" dominated.

  5. Biden to call shooting 'terrorism,' push gun reform in visit Tuesday to Buffalo

    Biden to call shooting 'terrorism,' push gun reform in visit Tuesday to Buffalo

    President Joe Biden Sunday said the Justice Department is investigating the shooting as a hate crime and "racially motivated act of white supremacy."

  6. Primary Tuesday: Dr. Oz in Pennsylvania, Madison Cawthorn in North Carolina, Idaho and more

    Primary Tuesday: Dr. Oz in Pennsylvania, Madison Cawthorn in North Carolina, Idaho and more

    GOP and Democratic primaries will include Pennsylvania, North Carolina, Idaho, Oregon and Kentucky. Candidates range from Dr. Oz to Rep. Cawthorn.

  7. 'Back-alley butchers,' dead women, doctors arrested: What life was like before Roe and what could happen next

    'Back-alley butchers,' dead women, doctors arrested: What life was like before Roe and what could happen next

    As the U.S. readies for a possible undoing of Roe v. Wade, those who faced abortion pre-1973 fear women will face similar dangers and disparities.

  8. Ukrainian fighters who defended a steel mill in Mariupol 'fulfilled' mission, officials say: Live Ukraine updates

    Ukrainian fighters who defended a steel mill in Mariupol 'fulfilled' mission, officials say: Live Ukraine updates

    The Ukrainian military has "fulfilled its combat mission" in Mariupol early Tuesday, Ukrainian officials said, as rescue efforts continue. Updates.

  9. Buffalo mass shooting brings out public outrage and demand for accountability as details emerge about white supremacist motive

    Buffalo mass shooting brings out public outrage and demand for accountability as details emerge about white supremacist motive

    A man accused of killing 10 at a Buffalo supermarket had white supremacist leanings. What can society do to prevent such deadly and often predictable attacks?

  10. Deadly shooting at California church a 'hate incident' against Taiwanese community, authorities say

    Deadly shooting at California church a 'hate incident' against Taiwanese community, authorities say

    Authorities said a deadly shooting at a Southern California church was a "politically motivated hate incident" against the Taiwanese community.