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Police to reveal identity of Philly’s slain ‘Boy in the Box’

Nearly 66 years after the battered body of a young boy was found stuffed inside a cardboard box, Philadelphia police are set to reveal the identity of the victim in the city’s most notorious cold case.

Pennsylvania panel to vote on proposal defining sex, race

Advocacy groups say greater clarity about the terms sex, religious creed and race would be a significant step forward, building on a 2018 decision by the commission to start accepting complaints about anti-LGBTQ+ discrimination.

Items with classified markings found at Trump storage unit in Florida

The search was one of at least three searches for classified materials conducted by an outside team at Trump properties in recent weeks.

FBI got earlier tip about Colorado Springs gay bar shooter

The FBI's disclosure about the tip, provided in a statement to The Associated Press, creates a new timeline for when law enforcement was first alerted to Anderson Lee Aldrich as a potential danger.

Hawaii remembrance draws handful of Pearl Harbor survivors

A handful of centenarian survivors of the attack on Pearl Harbor joined about 2,500 members of the public at the scene of the Japanese bombing on Wednesday to commemorate those who perished 81 years ago.

Interior secretary: `Unacceptable’ to mine near famed swamp

A member of President Biden’s Cabinet is urging Georgia officials to deny permits for a proposed mine near the edge of the famed Okefenokee Swamp and its vast wildlife refuge, saying the plan poses “unacceptable risk” to the swamp’s fragile ecology.

John Kerry plans to meet with Biden to discuss his future as climate envoy

John Kerry, President Biden’s climate envoy, was evasive when discussing his future Wednesday, saying he had “no plans” to step down, but he would not say if he hoped to continue to represent the country in future global climate talks.

Lawmakers decry massive backlog in Social Security disability claims

Top House and Senate Democrats on Tuesday called for a drastic boost in funding for the Social Security Administration to increase staffing, improve technology, and expand other investments as the agency confronts a massive backlog in claims for disability benefits.