Some College Students Are Buying Fake Vaccination Cards to Bypass COVID Testing
Fatal attack on Pentagon officer was sudden and unprovoked, FBI says
The officer, who authorities identified as George Gonzalez, died after officials say a suspect stabbed him "without provocation."
A civil war within the Democratic Party over canceling student debt is hurting millions of borrowers
Who has the authority to cancel student debt? Joe Biden and Nancy Pelosi say it's Congress. Elizabeth Warren and Chuck Schumer say it's the president.
U.S. diver adopted from Cambodia and raised by a gay dad hopes to inspire others
U.S. Olympic diver Jordan Windle was adopted from a Cambodian orphanage by gay American man and now fights for LGBTQ rights.
A person or a thing? Inside the fight for animal personhood
An animal rights organization wants a New York court to grant Happy the elephant legal personhood. But what would that mean?
Florida couple arrested in spaghetti-slinging food fight
New York Daily News
New Yorker, Yankees fan: police identify officer killed outside Pentagon
Delta Variant Accounts for Nearly All of Coronavirus Cases in U.S.
U.S. News & World Report
Man Who Killed Pregnant Ex-Girlfriend Will Now Represent Himself Against Charges That He Murdered a Police Officer
Law & Crime
As debate around school mask mandates heats up, local health officials fear for their lives and safety
La. Grandma Takes on Chemical Companies in Cancer Alley 'Like a Roaring Lion' — and Succeeds
Facebook shuts out NYU academics' research on political ads
Top DOJ official drafted resignation email amid Trump election pressure
Why COVID-19 cases in UK have dropped even after lifting restrictions
Under pressure from progressive lawmakers like Rep. Cori Bush, the CDC extends eviction moratorium
Andrew Cuomo Faces Multiple Criminal Investigations
The New York Times
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White House defends legality of new 'targeted' eviction moratorium that could cover 90% of renters
Pentagon attacker identified; motive still unclear