$1,000 Thank You Stimulus Checks: Which States Will Distribute It and Who Are Eligible for the Relief Money?
Many states will distribute $1,000 "thank you" stimulus checks as demands for the fourth round of relief payments surge. Here's who will receive the money.
Senate GOP Rejects Infrastructure Bill; Bipartisan Group Affirms They Are Getting Close to Finish Line
All of the Senate GOP voted against commencing a debate on a bipartisan infrastructure bill. Ten GOP members could still vote to open debate on the legislation on Monday.
Justine Bieber's Manager Scooter Braun Files for Divorce After Affair Rumors With Erika Jayne
Sccoter Braun has filed for divorce from his wife Yael Cohen after seven years of marriage and following rumors that the manager had an affair with RHOBH star Erika Jayne.
Britain Deploys Two Patrol Ships to Indo-Pacific After China's Nuke Threat to Japan
China's Xi Jinping nuke threat to Japan after it supported Taiwan leads to the deployment of two Britain patrol ships to Indo-Pacific. This serves as a reminder that Beijing is not the only nuclear power, and the Royal Navy brings Queen Elizabeth as an expression of the UK's power.
Nigeria Kidnapping Crisis: Nearly 100 Women, Children Freed After 42 Days of Captivity
A hundred individuals, including women and children, were rescued 42 days after being abducted from their community amid widespread kidnapping crisis in Nigeria.
Jerome Adams Says CDC Should Revise Guidelines Due to Delta Variant Prevalence, Urges People to "Vax It and Mask It"
Trump Surgeon General Jerome Adams is prompting the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) to reevaluate its mask advisory. He said he knows how to be "well-intentioned but wrong on masking."
NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio Faces Criticism Over Attempt to Move Homeless to Group Shelters Amid Spike in Covid-19 Cases
New York Mayor Bill de Blasio was criticized for attempting to move thousands of homeless people out of hotels to group shelters despite concerns over the city's rising Covid-19 cases.
Senator Tom Cotton Urges Joe Biden to Defund Critical Race Theory
Senator Tom Cotton urged President Joe Biden to denounce critical race theory after administration blamed an error in a guidebook aimed at helping schools reopen safely amid the Covid-19 pandemic.
Did Not Get Third Stimulus Check Yet? IRS to Send 2.2 Million Financial Aid Including Plus-Up Payments
The third wave of stimulus payments, which were included in President Joe Biden's COVID relief package from March, are still being issued by the IRS.
Movie Mogul Harvey Weinstein Pleads Not Guilty to 11 Counts of Rape and Sexual Assault
In a Los Angeles courtroom on Wednesday, Harvey Weinstein pleaded not guilty to four charges of rape and seven additional counts of sexual assault.
Axe-Wielding Husband Calls 999 to Confess Ending Life of Estranged Wife
After striking his wife, an ax-wielding husband calls in a confession while waiting for the authorities. He took full responsibility for what he did and plead guilty to the horrendous crime.
How Softball's Sara Groenewegen Chases for Gold in 2021 Tokyo Olympics 3 Years After Near-Death Experience
Canada's softball pitcher Sara Groenewegen has her eyes set on achieving the Tokyo Olympic medal, three years after she fought for her life from coma.
Still Waiting For Your Stimulus Check? Here's What to Do to Find, Track Payments
Here's how to assess and track your stimulus check as the IRS automatically sends payments from the Child Tax Credit to qualified individuals.
Man's Helmet Saved Him from Ferocious Tiger Attack That Killed Two of His Friends
A man's head was saved by his helmet when a tiger attacked him and his friends. Along with two others, they were taken by surprise when stalking tigers pounced on them without warning.
Illinois Teen Faces Charges After Trying to "Go Airborne" While Driving, Killing Four Passengers After Car Splits in Half
An Illinois teen was charged with reckless homicide and traffic violations after trying to "go airborne" and colliding the SUV with a tree in Hickory Hills, which resulted in the killing of four passengers.