A person or a thing? Inside the fight for animal personhood
Customs and Border Protection will require its 60,000 agents and officers to wear body cameras on duty
Approximately 6,000 body cameras will be deployed to agents along the southwestern and northern borders by the end of 2021.
Biden has 'no plans' to call Cuomo to ask for resignation, won't weigh in on New York impeachment: Psaki
White House press secretary Jen Psaki said Wednesday that President Biden has "no plans" to personally call embattled New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo and ask for his resignation.
White House wants NY to avoid setback in case of leadership change
After a damning report about the governor, press secretary Jen Psaki said the White House would continue to work with the Cuomo administration to combat Covid.
Texas Gov. Abbott says he won't impose lockdowns or mask mandates even though the state is reporting the 2nd-highest COVID-19 cases in the US
Texas Gov. Greg Abbott said he will not impose any lockdown or mask mandates even though coronavirus cases in the Lone Star State are rising.
How White House Went From Denying Could Act on Eviction Moratorium to Backing New One
COVID-19 live updates: Florida, Louisiana hospitalizations reach all-time high
Irish council refuses licence for Electric Picnic
Days After a Bystander Spotted a Body in the Des Moines River, an Iowa Man Is Accused of Murdering His Wife
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Federal judge sanctions lawyers who challenged 2020 election results, calls claims 'fantastical'
Lost your COVID-19 vaccine card? Don't worry, you can get a new one.
U.S. diver adopted from Cambodia and raised by a gay dad hopes to inspire others
U.K. to Open Coronavirus Vaccines to 16- and 17-Year-Olds
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Sturgis bike rally revs back bigger, despite virus variant
Gun ring smuggled dozens of firearms from Georgia to NYC, feds say
New York Daily News
Evidence of a 2,800-year-old biblical earthquake is found in Jerusalem
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Missouri Governor Pardons St. Louis Couple Who Pointed Guns at Black Lives Matter Protestors
After winning big in California, gig companies take their worker classification fight to Massachusetts