The Soviet space engineer who inspires Elon Musk
Biden's electric vehicle plan includes expanding charging stations. Is it enough?
The infrastructure bill stalled in the House includes $7.5 billion to expand electric vehicle charging stations. Advocates say it's a good start.
Windows 11: Are you unsure about upgrading from Windows 10? What you need to know
Windows 11 begins arriving today. Here's what to know if you're debating the upgrade.
British MP David Amess Was Killed in Act of Terrorism, Police Say
The Member of Parliament was fatally stabbed on Friday afternoon in Essex
Former President Bill Clinton to remain in hospital
"All health indicators are trending in the right direction," spokesman says, as ex-president continues to receive antibiotics for an infection.
US announces reopening date: What travelers need to know
November 8 will be the official start of a wide reopening of the United States to vaccinated foreign travelers arriving by air and land, the White House announced Friday.
Facebook and Big Tobacco: Why Social Media Is (and Isn’t) Like Cigarettes
The Wall Street Journal.
Key to Biden's Climate Agenda Like to Be Cut Because of Manchin
The New York Times
Waffle House waitress pulled gun over food complaint, Atlanta customer claims
One Texas deputy killed and two others wounded in shooting, Houston police say
NASA's Lucy mission blasts off to unlock mysteries of the solar system
Americans are ready to tax the rich
His budget plan stalled in Congress, Biden pitches child care expansion
Unvaccinated Adults 11 Times More Likely To Die of COVID-19: CDC
U.S. News & World Report
Jen Psaki Pledges to ‘Be More Careful’ to Avoid Hatch Act Violations After Ethics Complaint
Law & Crime
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Preserving New York’s Latino History, One Photo at a Time
Biden press secretary Jen Psaki may have violated ethics law with comment on Virginia race, watchdog says