‘Believe your eyes,’ prosecutor tells jury during closing arguments in Derek Chauvin trial
The Empty Vessel of Matthew McConaughey
He’s polling well ahead of the current governor of Texas. Would he still be that popular if he stops flirting with it and actually, like, runs?
Police officer died of 'natural' causes day after Capitol riot: Medical examiner
U.S. Capitol Police Officer Brian Sicknick died of "natural" causes one day after a violent mob stormed the U.S. Capitol, the D.C. medical examiner announced on Monday.
The jury begins deliberating in the murder trial of fired Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin
The jury listened to more than four hours of closing arguments on Monday before they began their deliberations.
NASA Ingenuity video shows Mars helicopter making first flight on another world
The Perseverance rover records its little buddy performing a brief hover and turn before landing almost perfectly.
NASA releases 'hi-res' video of Ingenuity helicopter making historic flight on Mars
On Monday, NASA’s Ingenuity Mars Helicopter became the first aircraft in history to make a powered, controlled flight on another planet.
Biden White House removes Trump-era scientist from overseeing climate report
White House officials have transferred Trump-appointed scientist Betsy Weatherhead from her position overseeing the US government's report on the effects of climate change, a senior administration official told CNN.
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At Least 25 Injured After Floor Collapses at House Party Near the University of Georgia
What to expect from deliberations in the Derek Chauvin trial
The Catholic Church is urging President Biden to accept a lot more refugees
Republicans say Biden administration holds 'hidden' data about border crisis
Court packing legislation straight out of Maduro's playbook
Saudi Red Sea Tourism Plan Set to Clinch $3.7 Billion Green Loan
Biden Administration Defends Sticking With Trump Refugee Cap For Now
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Canada to spend big to 'punch way out of Covid recession'
Police Officer Brian Sicknick Died of Natural Causes at Capitol Riot, Medical Examiner Rules
NASA just made history with the first aircraft to make a controlled flight on another planet
First Amendment Lawyers Fight in Supreme Court for Public Access to Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court Rulings
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