Michigan Lawmakers Pocket Thousands of Bonuses in Covid-19 Relief Funds, Vow to Return Money After Backlash
Michigan lawmakers pledged to return the bonuses they received from Covid-19 relief funds after deciding to compensate themselves as "hazard pay" for working during the ongoing pandemic.
Angelina Jolie Scores Victory Over Brad Pitt Divorce After Court Disqualifies Judge for Committing "Ethical Breach"
Angelina Jolie scored victory over Bradd Pitt divorce as private judge John W. Ouderkirk became disqualified from handling the case.
Department of Veterans Affairs to Require Healthcare Workers To Receive Inoculation; 70 Percent of Workers in VA Centers Are Already Vaccinated
The US Department of Veterans Affairs declared on Monday that it will necessitate healthcare employees to be inoculated against COVID-19 for the next two months. President Joe Biden confirmed it on Monday.
Child Tax Credit: Here's How to Increase Your Next Stimulus Payments If You Get Less Money Than You Expect
As The IRS started distributing Child Tax Credit payments, there is still some uncertainty about how much money parents would get. Here's how you can increase and get the right amount in the next monthly stimulus checks.
Murder Trial: Woman Stabbed 120 Times, Forensic Pathologist Says
Samantha Josephson, 21 years old, was stabbed approximately 120 times in her terrible March 2019 death, according to forensic pathologist evidence on Monday.
Protesters Descend Outside White House, Accuse Joe Biden of Supporting Communism Amid Cuba Crisis
Protesters gathered in front of the White House to demand an end to the communist regime that kept Cuba isolated from the US, mocking President Joe Biden for not doing enough to press for change.
US Will Not Lift International Travel Restrictions Due to Delta Variant
The White House stated on Monday that the U.S. would not remove any current travel restrictions "at this time," owing to worries about the highly transmissible COVID-19 Delta variant and the increasing number of U.S. COVID-19 infections.
Washington Deputy Dies in a Shooting Incident; 2 Persons Arrested
Officers from the Vancouver, Washington, region are grieving the loss of a deputy who was killed in a shooting on Friday night.
Child Tax Credit: Here's Why You Might Have Received the Wrong Amount
The IRS is sure to make a few errors with a backlog of 35 million returns to process as of early July and now with child credit payments to distribute to 35 million households every month.
Ohio Man Charged with Hate Crime After Plotting Mass Shooting of Women Over Alleged Revenge, Jealousy
A self-described "incel" has been detained on charges of planning a mass shooting on an Ohio college campus in which he wanted to slaughter 3,000 women out of anger, jealousy, and revenge.
Final Suspect in Clark County Detective Murder Taken Into Custody in Salem
The third and last suspect linked to a gunning that resulted in the death of a Clark County deputy has been seized. The suspect will be extradited to Clark County.
Stimulus Check Worth $2,500: Is It True or Just a Social Media Prank? Here's What You Will Be Receiving
A false claim spreading on social media about federal government issuing a fourth stimulus check worth $2,5000 on July 30 was a terrible prank for millions of Americans urging for more payments. Here's what you will receive instead.
US Doctors Say Covid-19 Delta Variant More Dangerous Than Original With Slightly Different Symptoms
Health professionals have issued cautions that many patients may not recognize a different Covid-19 symptoms of Delta variant which may be worse than the other SARS-CoV-2 variants.
Olympics: Will Shaner Wins Gold Medal in Air Rifle Competition, Sets New Record
A 20-year-old Kentucky shooter won the United States' second gold medal at the Tokyo Olympics. Will Shaner captured the U.S. shooting's first-ever gold medal in the men's 10-meter air rifle.
Joe Biden Reportedly Uses Private Email Accounts, Fake Names to Send Government Info to Hunter During Term as VP
Joe Biden allegedly used private email account and fake names to convey government intelligence to his son, Hunter, during his tenure as vice president.