Ontario shuts down in-person classes as COVID-19 cases surge
Female officer 'accidentally' shot, killed driver during traffic stop: Police chief
A police officer shot and killed a driver during a traffic stop in Brooklyn Center, Minnesota, on Sunday afternoon, authorities said.
FCC asks public to help test broadband speeds across the US
The agency wants more people using its speed test app to help improve its flawed broadband maps.
Hawley raised $3 million in 2021's first quarter after objecting to electoral votes Biden won
Missouri Sen. Josh Hawley raised $3 million in the first quarter of 2021, a person familiar with his fundraising said -- a total that showcases how the Republican base is rewarding loyalty to former President Donald Trump.
Biden calls for 'peace and calm' in wake of Daunte Wright shooting in Minnesota
"My prayers are with the family" of Daunte Wright, the president told reporters in the Oval Office on Monday. "It’s really a tragic thing that happened."
Biden offers measured response after viewing 'graphic' police footage of Daunte Wright's death
Wright’s death occurred amid the ongoing trial of former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin for the killing of George Floyd.
Marijuana legalization has won
Marijuana legalization is sweeping states from Virginia to New Mexico. The writing is on the wall.
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Pentagon chief on inaugural tour of Europe to shore up ties
Joe Biden Says 'No Justification' For Looting, Violence Amid Unrest Over Daunte Wright Shooting
'Milestone' Growth of Nepal's Rhino Population Is Linked to COVID-19 Lockdowns, Officials Say
Derek Chauvin trial live: George Floyd's brother testifies; judge won't sequester jury amid Brooklyn Center protests, Minneapolis curfew
Hamas elects former chief Meshaal to head its foreign political bureau
To Save the New York Subway, Send in the Crowds
Irish health body recommends AstraZeneca restriction
How to sign up for Starlink, Elon Musk's satellite-internet service
Warnock admits to signing email with false claims about Georgia's voting law
Minneapolis' mayor declared a state of emergency amid unrest over the fatal police shooting of Daunte Wright
Why was the ancient city of Cahokia abandoned? New clues rule out one theory
US CEOs think Biden’s corporate tax rate hike will...