Mexico Sues Gun Companies in U.S., Accusing Them of Fueling Violence
10 Dead, More Than a Dozen Injured After Van Crashes on Texas Highway
Ten people were killed and 20 others were injured in the crash, Sgt. Nathan Brandley of the Texas Department of Public Safety tells PEOPLE
Biden's new evictions moratorium faces legality doubts
WASHINGTON (AP) — President Joe Biden may have averted a flood of evictions and solved a growing political problem when his administration reinstated a temporary ban on evictions because of the COVID-19 crisis. But he left his lawyers with legal arguments...
Defense Sec. wants to require U.S. troops to get coronavirus vaccine
Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin's 'inclination is towards making the COVID-19 vaccine mandatory,' after President Biden told the Pentagon to look into how and when it would happen.
TikTok tests Snapchat-like 24-hour feature, reports
The reports come as Facebook's WhatsApp starts to roll out a disappearing photos and videos feature.
Pro-fossil fuel Facebook ads viewed 431 million times -- in one year
Elon Musk says Walter Isaacson is writing his new biography
China Imposes Restrictions as Delta Reaches Nearly Half the Country
Landlord groups ask federal judge to halt new CDC eviction ban
Google mogul Larry Page allowed into New Zealand despite closed border
Mark Levin says Biden should be removed from office
Streaming space tourism is the new reality TV
Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis snapped at Biden for criticizing his handling of COVID-19: 'Why don't you do your job?'
'Watch your crossfire': Videos show wild Chicago police shooting
Landlords sue to stop Biden's 'nakedly political' eviction ban
Canadian border staff to begin 'work-to-rule' strike Friday
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Ted Cruz Calls Biden's Election COVID 'Superspreader Event' Over Immigration Policy
Texas politician dies of COVID 5 days after posting anti-vaccine meme