State Department spokesman on Ukraine: 'This is not a time for panic'.

State Department spokesman Ned Price defends the U.S.' decision to evacuate diplomats' families and some embassy staff from Ukraine, as the diplomatic back-and-forth with Russia continues.

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Pennsylvania's top election official: Voter fraud 'is not an issue'.

Pennsylvania's top election official: Voter fraud 'is not an issue'.

Acting Secretary of the Commonwealth Leigh Chapman explains how her state is ready for primary day – and why concerns over mail-in ballots are overblown.

Doctor changes death certificate to reflect COVID-19 death.

Doctor changes death certificate to reflect COVID-19 death.

A woman whose father died from COVID-19 finally has had the death certificate updated so she can get federal aid.

Video shows police arresting Buffalo mass shooting suspect.

Video shows police arresting Buffalo mass shooting suspect.

The video was taken outside the Tops supermarket where the deadly rampage occurred.

What to watch on primary day in Pennsylvania, Idaho.

What to watch on primary day in Pennsylvania, Idaho.

Pennsylvania and Idaho are two of five states with primaries on Tuesday. Philadelphia Inquirer reporter Julia Terruso and Ryan Suppe of the Idaho Statesman break down the key races in their states.

‘You take it home with you’: Traveling nurses reflect on COVID fight.

‘You take it home with you’: Traveling nurses reflect on COVID fight.

As the nation marks 1 million COVID-19 deaths, two traveling nurses reflect on their yearslong fight against the pandemic.