Biden's agenda may end up falling apart — but the GOP is eating itself alive
Supreme Court backs qualified immunity for police officers, allowing cops greater protection from lawsuits
The court backed qualified immunity for police officers accused of using excessive force in separate cases in California and Oklahoma.
Ransomware attack hits owner of dozens of local news stations
Sinclair Broadcast Group, the parent company of dozens of news stations across the U.S., was hit by ransomware over the weekend.
Gabby Petito's stepfather says Brian Laundrie is 'hiding' not missing and that he wants 'vengeance and justice'
Authorities have been searching for Laundrie - the sole person of interest in Petito's death - since mid-September.
New Cape Verde president vows to work with rival prime minister
Left-winger Jose Maria Neves vowed on Monday to work together with his centre-right prime minister after winning the Cape Verde presidential election in the first round of voting. Neves garnered 51.7 percent of the vote. according to provisional results...
'Jackie O' still No. 1 first lady, Jill a disappointing 7th
Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis is still America’s favorite former first lady.
Most Think Government Is Doing Too Much as Biden Aims to Pass Multitrillion-Dollar Agenda
Swift and thorough White House review of vaccine mandate is critical
Who was Colin Powell? First Black Secretary of State dies from COVID complications.
Colin Powell, former secretary of state, dies of COVID-19 complications
Florida’s Taddeo Joins Field of Democrats Seeking to Be Governor
DOJ: ‘Lionizing' Jan. 6 protestors fueling future political violence
General Colin Powell, former Secretary of State, dead at 84
New York Daily News
Images of Ikea speaker that doubles as a lamp is leaked in FCC filing
Colin Powell, Who Shaped U.S. National Security, Dies at 84
The New York Times
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President George W. Bush Remembers Colin Powell as 'Great Public Servant,' a 'Family Man and a Friend'
Pro-business party OKs formal talks on new German government