Former Pentagon official 'not surprised' by Chinese launch, says US is running out of time in AI race
Garland: DOJ will follow 'facts and the law' in Bannon contempt referral
Attorney General Merrick Garland said the DOJ will follow the "facts and the law" if the House votes to refer Trump ally Steve Bannon for criminal prosecution.
Americans stood up to racism in 1961 and changed history. This is their fight, in their words.
In 1961, activists and civil rights groups banded together en masse like never before to end legal segregation and expand voting access.
Rats, ship: Even far-right channel Newsmax is cutting ties with Mike Lindell
Lindell claims right-wing news channel sees his Frank Speech as "too much competition." But that might not be it
Elephants Evolved to Escape Human Poaching
But at what cost?
Haitian gang leader threatens to 'put a bullet in the heads' of kidnapped American missionaries if ransom isn't paid
A notorious Haitian gang is demanding a ransom payment of $1 million for each of the 17 missionaries who were abducted last weekend.
Meghan McCain blasts Ivanka and Jared for attending father's funeral
Who's to blame for Puerto Rico's power crisis? It's complicated, a report shows
Art Professor Who Tortured Colleague With Pruning Shears Sentenced to Prison
NATO puts clothes, not meat, on its strategic bones
Rep. Jerry Nadler scolds GOP lawmakers for not wearing masks at House Judiciary hearing
Google lowers fees from subscription in its app store
Should Aging Government Leaders Have to Pass Cognitive Tests to Serve?
Razer Kraken V3 headset lets you hear and feel when you get blown up
Texas asks Supreme Court to let its abortion ban stand
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Voting rights: Biden says US facing an inflection point in the battle for the soul of America
Democratic Split on Taxes, Spending Imperils Deal Deadline