Freshman fraternity member dies from 'presumed alcohol toxicity'
Facebook settles US worker discrimination claims
The tech giant will pay $14.5m to settle claims it routinely hired foreign instead of US workers.
UN Atomic Agency Head to Visit Iran As Pressure Ramps Up on Revival of Nuclear Deal
Iran's nuclear program has reportedly breached several facets of the 2015 nuclear deal monitored by the United Nation's International Atomic Energy Agency.
Google builds equity into the Pixel 6 with Real Tone photos and new voice features
Google's approach to the Pixel 6 is to make it work well for a variety of people.
Public health officials have lost all credibility
COVID-19 has brought tough times for public health officials, or so reports The New York Times:
Flavor Flav Arrested for Domestic Battery in Las Vegas Weeks Before Marking Year of Sobriety
The rapper allegedly grabbed the woman, poked her face and threw her to the ground, according to the Henderson City Attorney
Oklahoma's anti-critical race theory law violates free speech rights, ACLU suit says
Who gets to be famous in art history? This children's book balances the scales
Iowa Democratic Chair Says He Received Lynching Threat After Criticizing Trump
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San Francisco announces cash rewards to collar auto burglars
Cruz puts hold on Biden’s pick for Middle East lead at State
A scuba diver discovered a 900-year-old sword encrusted with seashells off the coast of Israel
Top Republican senator demands US military suspend COVID-19 vaccine mandate, arguing it hurts morale and readiness
Texas Republicans pass voting maps that entrench power of whites
Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas tests positive for COVID-19
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Haitian gang reportedly seeks $17 million ransom for US missionaries and family members
Equilibrium/Sustainability — Presented by Southern Company — Amid failing power grid, Puerto Ricans go DIY