Monday December 6th, 2021 9:40AM

The Associated Press

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The Associated Press
Europe urges unity on Taliban but is quiet on failed mission
European leaders say they will press for a unified international approach to dealing with a Taliban government in Afghanistan, as they looked on with dismay at the rapid collapse of two decades of a U.S.-led Western campaign in the country
3:43PM ( 3 months ago )
Selma Blair says she's in remission from multiple sclerosis
Selma Blair says she’s in remission from multiple sclerosis as a result of undergoing stem cell transplantation
3:30PM ( 3 months ago )
Cardinal hospitalized with COVID, breathing with ventilator
One of the Catholic church's top officials and fiercest critics of Pope Francis has COVID-19 and is breathing through a ventilator
3:27PM ( 3 months ago )
Hachette Book Group in deal to acquire Workman Publishing
The publisher of such bestsellers as the “What to Expect” books for parents and the “Brain Quest” educational series has agreed to be acquired by Hachette Book Group
3:27PM ( 3 months ago )
US forward Carli Lloyd retiring after decorated career
Carli Lloyd has announced her retirement from soccer
3:21PM ( 3 months ago )
The Latest: Macron says France will not abandon Afghans
President Emmanuel Macron promises that France would not abandon Afghans who worked for his country, from translators to kitchen staff, as well as artists, activists and others under threat from the Taliban
3:17PM ( 3 months ago )
Robert Durst admits 'cadaver' note made him look guilty
New York real estate heir Robert Durst has testified that he lied for years about sending police a note directing them to the dead body of his best friend because he feared it implicated him in the killing
3:10PM ( 3 months ago )
All 8 dead in tourist helicopter crash found in Kamchatka
Russian officials say the bodies of all eight victims of a tourism helicopter crash in Russia’s far-east region of Kamchatka have been found
2:58PM ( 3 months ago )
After delays, construction on Obama Center begins in Chicago
Five years after Barack Obama chose a Chicago site for his presidential center, construction has officially begun in the historic lakefront park
2:58PM ( 3 months ago )
The Latest: Illinois' Kinzinger: Kabul far worse than Saigon
A Republican congressman who served in the air force in Afghanistan says both the Trump and the Biden administration are to blame for what is happening in Kabul now
2:56PM ( 3 months ago )