Trump Impeachment Trial To Begin Week of February 8
Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.) declared that former President Donald Trump's impeachment trial would commence on the week of February 8.
Larry King, TV Legend, Passes Away at 87 Due To COVID-19
Iconic TV host, Larry King passed away on Saturday morning in Los Angeles following a couple of weeks of hospitalization due to COVID-19.
South Korean Social Media Influencer Dropped by Chinese Media Agency for Allegedly Disrespecting China
A social media influencer from South Korea is recently being seared for endorsing messages that Chinese netizens perceived as insulting to their country due to a mistranslation. She was ultimately dropped from her Chinese management agency.
Georgia Voters Fume at Biden's 'First Broken Campaign Promise,' $2,000 Checks Become $1,400
Georgia Democrats have reportedly been not pleased over their two new senators, the Rev. Raphael Warnock and Jon Ossoff, who were inducted on Wednesday by Vice President Kamala Harris.
McConnell: Biden's First Day Was 'Several Big Steps in the Wrong Direction'
President Joe Biden took several steps in the wrong direction on the first day of office, according to Senate Republican Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) on Thursday.
BC Cautions of Fake COVID-19 Vaccines Sold Online
A British Columbia health agency (BC) is promptly telling the public not to buy COVID-19 vaccines sold online or advertised from unauthorized sources, stating they may pose health risks, are counterfeit, and are ineffective at shielding people from the COVID-19 virus.
Celebrating America: Memorable Moments from the Inauguration of 46th US President Joe Biden
The TV special of President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamila Harris's inauguration featured musical performances, touching tributes, and appearances from many A-list stars, including the new first and second families.
Biden Signs a Series of Executive Orders on First Day of Presidency
The Biden administration has declared a series of executive actions that open the door for instigating the quasi-Marxist critical theory throughout the federal government.
Meet the Woman Who Stole Nancy Pelosi’s Laptop: Riley June Williams
Riley June Williams, a woman who, according to federal law enforcement, stole a laptop from House Speaker Nancy Pelosi's office during the January 6 siege at the US Capitol in Washington, DC, turned herself in on Monday.
How to Volunteer in Response to COVID-19 in North Carolina
People could volunteer to assist North Carolina with emergency response, including in the dissemination of the COVID-19 vaccine. Some steps are to be taken.
Justin Timberlake Announces New Baby Boy With Jessica Biel in Public
Justin Timberlake and Jessica Biel have welcomed their baby boy named Phineas into the world, Timberlake confirmed. Phineas is their second child.
WHO Chief: 'Not Right' to Vaccinate Younger Adults in Rich Countries Before Elderly in Poorer Countries
The World Health Organization (WHO) chief on Monday denounced drugmakers' profits and vaccine inequalities, indicating it is "not right" that younger and healthier individuals in wealthy nations get inoculated against COVID-19 before older people or health care workers in poorer nations. According to Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, most vaccine makers have targeted locations with the highest profits.
FBI Identifies Alleged Suspects in Assault of Officer, Planting Pipe Bombs During US Capitol Siege
The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) on January 17 released new photos of men they indicate were involved in the beating of a police officer on January 6 and a suspect that agents believe planted pipe bombs at the Democratic National Committee and the Republican National Committee headquarters the same day.
Third Stimulus Check Details Start to Surface
Most of the second stimulus checks for up to $600 per head have now been disseminated. While some individuals will have to chase down their checks along with filing for 2020 taxes (if your payment did not arrive), others are beginning to anticipate the details of a third stimulus check.
Paraplegic Athlete in Wheelchair Scales Hong Kong Skyscraper
Paraplegic athlete Lai Chi-wai on Saturday secured himself to his wheelchair and ascended one of the city's highest glass-paned skyscrapers in Hong Kong.