White House, state AGs seek ways to hold manufacturers, dealers responsible for gun crimes
Senate Dems plot new paths on voting reform, sidestepping filibuster
A boost of election spending in the forthcoming $3.5 trillion spending bill is on the table, as is another floor vote.
Florida Schools Buck Governor’s Mask Rule, Risking Funds
Some school districts in Florida are pushing back against Republican Governor Ron DeSantis’s executive order that forbids them from mandating students to wear masks.
Chicago police officer charged in 2020 subway shooting
A Chicago police officer who shot an unarmed man in the back as he ran up a downtown subway escalator has been charged with felony counts in connection to the February 2020 shooting.
'See You Soon, Idiots' Man Uses 13-Foot Skeleton to Send Message to Unvaccinated
"Maybe we can get one or two people vaccinated," Jesse Jones said.
US opens probe of Phoenix police
Democrats say Cuomo must resign. He’s refusing. What now?
NASA's Ingenuity copter photographs Martian rocks with 'curious lines'
French court approves COVID-19 health pass to go into effect Monday
New York state impeachment investigation into Cuomo is 'nearing completion'
DOJ opening 'pattern or practice' investigation into Phoenix Police Department, city
US Justice Department announces probe into policing practices in Phoenix, Arizona
Texas Gov. Abbott calls another special session to pass GOP voting bill
Arkansas' Republican Governor Regrets Banning Mask Mandates: 'Everything Has Changed Now'
Justice Department investigating Phoenix police practices, including use of deadly force, in civil rights probe
Federal workers could face 5 years in prison if they lie about being vaccinated against COVID-19: report
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Apple to scan U.S. iPhones for images of child sexual abuse
‘The labor movement has lost a legend’: union boss Richard Trumka dies at 72