Amazon 'may have lied to Congress,' 5 lawmakers say
Jill Biden surprises the stranger who helped her rediscover her faith in God
In May 2015, emotionally hobbled from watching her son, Beau Biden, fight and then succumb to brain cancer, Jill Biden said "goodbye" to God.
Vanessa Bryant Could Face Psych Evaluation to Prove 'Distress' in Leaked Crash Photos Suit
Vanessa Bryant filed a legal complaint against Los Angeles County last year, claiming that leaked photos of her husband Kobe and daughter Gianna's fatal helicopter crash site caused emotional distress
Thomas Jefferson statue to be removed from New York City Hall
The New York City Design Commission voted unanimously to remove the statue from the council chamber and move it to a to-be-determined location before 2022.
Trump files lawsuit against Jan 6 Committee and National Archives to block subpoenas for White House records
The lawsuit alleges the committee's subpoenas are "invalid and unenforceable through the Constitution and the laws of the United States."
Former Teacher, Pastor Arrested in Undercover Florida Human Trafficking Sting
Hillsborough County Sheriff Chad Chronister also announced that four women and a teenager were rescued "from the perils of human trafficking."
Facebook whistleblower advises UK lawmakers on enforcing Online Safety Bill
State IG launches investigations into end of Afghanistan operations
£5,000 grant for homeowners installing heat pumps
Prosecutors Oppose Ghislaine Maxwell’s Bid to Let Her Attorneys Screen Potential Jurors in Secret
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Bill Gates reportedly advised to end inappropriate emails with female employee in 2008
Cryptocurrencies can undermine effectiveness of US sanctions: Treasury
Pete Buttigieg and Biden’s Human Infrastructure Problem
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Kamala Harris visits parched Lake Mead to pitch Biden's climate agenda
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Remembering Colin Powell
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House Democrat calls West Virginia economy ‘irrelevant’
Biden: Teachers 'most consequential' people after parents