Will Illegal Immigrants Receive Third Stimulus Check?
Many people ask whether illegal immigrants will get $1,400 stimulus checks after the Senate passed President Joe Biden's $1.9 trillion American Rescue Plan.
Adults With Down Syndrome More Likely To Die From COVID-19
Adults with Down syndrome are more likely than the general public to suffer from COVID-19, according to a recent report.
President Biden Creates Gender Policy Council
President Biden will sign two executive orders to foster gender equality in the United States and around the world in honor of International Women's Day.
US Faces New Cyberattack, Biden Prepares To Strike Back
The Biden administration is facing a new cyberattack that raises the question of whether the US needs to hit back at another global adversary, China.
Third Stimulus Check: March 13, Earliest Date To Receive It
As the Senate has already passed the COVID-19 relief bill, many Americans can receive up to $1,400 stimulus checks as early as March 13.
Senate Finally Approves Biden's $1.9 Trillion COVID-19 Stimulus Bill
The U.S. Senate has finally reached an agreement to include a $1.9 trillion coronavirus relief package in the stimulus bill. The debate started Friday, which includes the reading of the 628 pages bill.
Iranian Proxies Declare Ceasefire for Pope Francis Visit
During Pope Francis' visit, a rebel group linked to a recent rocket attack on U.S. forces in Iraq, has called a ceasefire, a grudging suspension of hostilities that hints at the papal tour's strategic significance.
Meghan Markle's Half-Brother Claims She Bullies People
Meghan Markle's half-brother, Thomas Markle, claimed that the Duchess of Sussex has "shown her true colors" by "bullying people before and getting her way, no matter what."
Biden on Infrastructure: Can He Accomplish What the Two Former Presidents Failed to Finish?
President Biden is turning his attention away from the coronavirus to his next political fight, planning to lay out a recovery agenda that includes major improvements in rebuilding the United States' infrastructure.
Paris Hilton Accepts Sarah Silverman's Apology, Expresses Comedian's Regret Over Jokes in 2007
Paris Hilton is ready to start as Sarah Silverman apologized to her for the joke she made at the 2007 MTV Movie Awards.
WHO To Drop Report on COVID-19 Origin Investigation
A WHO team investigating the COVID-19 origin is preparing to drop an interim report on its recent mission to China.
YouTube CEO to Restore Trump Channel Only if Risk of Violence Decreases
Donald Trump could return to YouTube and upload videos again if the threat of political violence in the United States has passed, as per the website.
Sen. Ron Johnson Urges Senate to Read Biden's COVID-19 Relief Bill, 628 Pages, Aloud
Sen. Ron Johnson (R-Wisc.) prompted the Senate to start reading all 628 pages of President Joe Biden's $1.9 trillion COVID-19 relief bill aloud on the Senate floor.
Prince Philip Recovering After Surgery, Remains in Hospital
Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, says the royal family is keeping "fingers crossed" for Prince Philip following his 15th night in the hospital.
Fewer Americans to Receive $1,400 Stimulus Checks: Biden, Democrats Approve to Limit Eligibility
Senate Democrats agree to provide $1,400 stimulus checks to fewer Americans under a deal with President Joe Biden, as per the two sources familiar with the plan.