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Russia reported fresh Ukrainian drone attacks on Friday evening, a day after explosions erupted near military bases in Russian-held areas of Ukraine and Russia itself, apparent displays of Kyiv's growing ability to pummel Moscow's assets far from front lines.
- WorldU.S. Treasury disputes finding that new IRS funding would increase middle-class taxes
As a political messaging war rages over $80 billion in new Internal Revenue Service funding, a U.S. Treasury official is pushing back on an informal estimate that the money could cause Americans earning less than $400,000 to pay as much as $20 billion more in taxes over a decade.
- WorldU.S. CDC probing E.coli outbreak in four states as some Wendy's customers fall ill, article with image
It is probing an outbreak from an unknown food source, with many of the affected reported to have had sandwiches at Wendy's Co.
- LegalIslamic State militant gets life in U.S. prison over killing of American hostages
A U.S. federal judge sentenced a member of an Islamic State cell known as "The Beatles" to life in prison for involvement in a hostage-taking plot that led to the killings of American journalists and aid workers in Syria.