Scientists React As NIH Head Francis Collins Calls Wuhan Lab Leak Theories 'Misinformation'
Texas Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick paid out his first voter fraud bounty to a progressive poll worker in Pennsylvania who caught a Republican voting illegally
The poll worker who received the prize said he was told he only received the minimum reward as larger ones were reserved for "bigger fish."
Federal judge rules detention of Guantanamo detainee is unlawful
A federal judge ruled that the detention of one of the 39 detainees being held at the US military prison in Guantanamo Bay is unlawful, according to the detainee's lawyer.
Reward grows to $75,000 in deadly ambush of 3 Texas deputies
A reward has grown to $75,000 for information in the ambush shooting of three Texas constable deputies.
Google moves forward with Matter for smart home developers
As major smart home brands gear up for unification under the Matter protocol, Google is building a suite of tools for smart home developers.
Onions linked to salmonella outbreak in 37 states recalled for possible contamination
If your onions are from Chihuahua, Mexico, throw them out. They could be part of a recall for salmonella contamination after illnesses in 37 states.
Pakistan coaches Taliban on winning international recognition
In memoir, Katie Couric writes of feeling betrayed by Lauer
The 'Forrest Gump of Activism' Who Helped HIV/AIDS Patients Get Life-Saving Treatment Information
Largest known triceratops skeleton sold at auction
‘Exactly What Straw Donations Look Like’: Prosecutor Tells Jurors Lev Parnas Funneled Russian’s Money as High-Profile Trial Wraps Up
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Backlash: 57% oppose FBI hounding parents at school board meetings
Noor resentenced to 57 months in prison for killing 911 caller
Mass. Professor Sentenced for Attempting to Murder Her Colleague in Gruesome Attack That Lasted 4 Hours
House Democrats scramble to save housing as Biden eyes cuts
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Texas students who say they were ‘severely punished’ for wearing long hair sue school district for gender discrimination
Laundries 'may have already spilled details to FBI to avoid charges'