Democratic Split on Taxes, Spending Imperils Deal Deadline
NATO puts clothes, not meat, on its strategic bones
Defense ministers from NATO's 30 member states are meeting at the alliance's headquarters in Brussels.
Who's to blame for Puerto Rico's power crisis? It's complicated, a report shows
A new analysis from the Center for a New Economy showed how both the Puerto Rico Electric Power Authority and Luma Energy are to blame over ongoing blackouts.
Art Professor Who Tortured Colleague With Pruning Shears Sentenced to Prison
Judge Francis Flannery called the details of the case "one of the most horrific set of facts [he's] heard."
Solange launches a library for rare books by Black authors
The singer's creative studio Saint Heron recently launched a free community library that aims to increase access to rare and out-of-print works by Black and brown authors.
China brought the first moon rocks back to Earth in 45 years. They hint at mysterious volcanic eruptions.
China brought the first moon samples to Earth since 1976. They're lava remnants from a mysterious volcanic eruption 2 billion years ago.
WSJ Opinion: Does the U.S. Still Retain Military Dominance Over China?
The Wall Street Journal.
Razer Kraken V3 headset lets you hear and feel when you get blown up
Thailand allows vaccinated tourists from 40-plus countries, PM says
Huawei paid Tony Podesta $500K for White House lobbying
Tufts student, 20, dies after choking during charity hotdog-eating contest
New York Daily News
Former Plastic Surgeon Confesses to Murdering His Wife More Than 3 Decades After Conviction
Haitian gang leader threatens to 'put a bullet in the heads' of kidnapped American missionaries if ransom isn't paid
Garland: DOJ will follow 'facts and the law' in Bannon contempt referral
Rats, ship: Even far-right channel Newsmax is cutting ties with Mike Lindell
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Texas asks Supreme Court to let its abortion ban stand
Elephants Evolved to Escape Human Poaching