Capitol Police Officer Dies, Another Injured After a Suspect Rammed Vehicle Into Them at a Barricade
A suspect rammed his car into two US Capitol Police officers at a barricade outside the Capitol, killing one and injuring the other.
Gender Reveal Goes Wrong, Two People Die in a Plane Crash
Two people died when a gender reveal stunt went wrong on Monday afternoon in the Nichupte Lagoon in Cancun, Mexico.
Ever Given Stuck Again in Suez Canal, Needs To Pay Egypt $1B for Damages
The Suez Canal Authority has not granted permission for Ever Given to leave the canal until investigators complete an inquiry into the incident.
Myanmar Protesters Urge 'Guerrilla Strikes,' Fears News Disruptions Amid Internet Blackout
In reaction to escalating protests, Myanmar's acting military leadership has shut down broadband internet access indefinitely.
Pfizer's Vaccine 90% Effective for at Least 6 Months, Protects Against South African Variant
A new study showed that Pfizer's COVID-19 vaccine is 90 percent effective for at least six months and protects against the South African variant.
IRS Announces New Batch of Stimulus Checks With Bonus for Those Whose Income Decreased
The Internal Revenue Service declared its dissemination of the third batch of stimulus checks from the most recent COVID-19 relief package.
Donald Trump Claims America Is Turning Into a Communist After Facebook, Twitter Remove Interview With Lara
After his interview with daughter-in-law Lara was taken down by Facebook on Tuesday, Donald Trump cautioned on Thursday night that the U.S. was becoming a "Communist country" with strict censorship laws.
Mitch McConnell Says Republicans to Fight Biden's Infrastructure Plan in 'Every Step of the Way'
Mitch McConnell warned President Joe Biden that Republicans will resist his $2 trillion infrastructure plan 'every step of the way.'
Texas Senate Advances Election Integrity Bill With New Voter Restrictions
The GOP-led Texas state Senate approved an election integrity bill on April 1 that would prohibit mail-in ballot dropboxes and most drive-thru voting.
Pres. Joe Biden Asks Education Department To Cancel Student Debt
Chief of Staff Ron Klain said on Thursday that Pres. Joe Biden asked the Education Department to prepare a memo to cancel student debt.
Experts See Tax Increase Proposed by Biden's Infrastructure Plan Not Beneficial
The Biden's Infrastructure Plan, said experts, are not beneficial for many reasons. Many don't agree that raising taxes will benefit everyone, as the White House promotes it.
Head of Cyber Ninja Company Auditing, Doug Logan, Is a Supporter of Donald Trump
The Head of Cyber Ninja, the auditing company hired to audit the result of the 2020 Presidential election in Arizona's Maricopa County, is a supporter of former President Trump.
US Military Officials Confirm Pentagon Is on High Alert, on the Lookout for Russian Activities
The U.S. military officials confirmed Wednesday that Pentagon is on alert following Russia's escalating activity in Eastern Europe and the Arctic this week.
UK Warns G7 Countries: China to Dominate Global Trade
The UK Warns G7 countries that China cheats on its dealings all the time. Beijing wants to impose its will on the international trading system.
South Korea To Issue Digital Vaccine Passports Showing Person's COVID-19 Vaccination Status
South Korea announced on Thursday it will issue COVID-19 vaccine passports to inoculated citizens. They have joined other nations adopting such certificates to revive cross-border travel while keeping susceptibility to the virus under control.