Derek Chauvin Trial: Jury Returns a Guilty Verdict but Ex-Cop Still Eligible To Keep His Pension
Despite the guilty verdict on Tuesday, former police officer Derek Chauvin will retain his pension.
House Republicans Show Concerns on Climate Change, Clean Energy
The House Republicans outlined their agenda about climate change or clean energy. They said both are important, but it should not sacrifice America's energy independence.
Project Veritas Founder Sues Twitter over Defamation After Banned from Platform
Project Veritas founder James O'Keefe, last April 19, filed a lawsuit alleging Twitter defamed him. Accused him of having fake accounts, which he took offense for, was untrue.
Donald Trump: Vladimir Putin and Kim Jong Un, They Like Him
Donald Trump, during his time in office, has established a connection with the likes of Vladimir Putin and Kim Jong Un. He defended his relationship with the fearsome duo as a good thing, not a bad thing.
Arizona Governor Says Vaccine Passports Will Not Be Honored
Arizona Governor Doug Ducey approved an order last Monday that bans all states with governments asking for vaccine passports to enter areas or services. The Biden administration is intent on pushing the measures as another weaponization of COVID-19.
Sikorsky S-97 Raider: Next Generation Light Tactical Helicopter with X2 Technology
The Sikorsky S-97 Raider is a light tactical helicopter similar to the Kiowa Warrior but with X2 technology. It will be a cutting-edge helicopter unlike anything in service in the US Military.
NBA Legend Scottie Pippen Says He Is Heartbroken Over Eldest Son's Death
Antron Pippen, the eldest son of NBA legend Scottie Pippen, died on Sunday, the former Chicago Bulls player revealed. Antron was 33 years old.
Former Vice President Walter Mondale Dies at 93, Mourned By Colleagues
The family of former Vice President Walter Mondale announced his death on Monday at the age of 93. No cause of death was indicated.
Huawei Executive Requests Four-Month Delay In Her Extradition Case
Meng Wanzhou, a Huawei executive, demanded a four-month delay in her extradition case in Canada on Monday, citing newly acquired documents from investment bank HSBC that her team said are critical to her safety and defense.
Biden Contacting Local Authorities for Possible Protests After Chauvin's Verdict
Pres. Joe Biden is in close contact with local authorities for possible protests across the country after the jury will release its verdict over former Police Officer Derek Chauvin.
Lizzo Sends Flirty Drunk DM to Chris Evans. How Do You Think He Responded?
Lizzo revealed in a TikTok video that she had drunkenly slid into crush Chris Evans' DMs. Here's how the actor responded.
US Capitol Officer Brian Sicknick's Death Due to Natural Causes, According to DC Medical Examiner
Capitol Police Officer Brian Sicknick, who passed away after confronting rioters during the January 6 insurgency, suffered a stroke and died of natural causes, the medical examiner ruled.
New Zealand Avoids Discussing Biden's 'Alliance of Democracies' to Counter China
New Zealand avoids discussing Pres. Joe Biden's 'Alliance of Democracies' to counter China as the country maintains its good relationship with the Communist Party.
Canada To Spend Big To Help Recover Battered Economy, Set a Greener Course
Canada's finance minister revealed Can$101.4 billion (US$80.9 billion) in spending to help the country's devastated economy rebound from the pandemic.
At Least 25 Injured After House Party Floor Collapses Near University of Georgia
At least 25 got injured after a floor collapsed into a crawl space during a house party near the University of Georgia early Friday.