In his meetings with G-7 leaders this weekend, President Biden has implicitly distinguished himself from his predecessor, who largely rejected multilateralism in favor of a go-it-alone foreign policy. Mr. Biden has focused on strengthening global ties, and urged fellow democratic leaders to do more to compete with China as a unified front.
Cheney rips Arizona election audit: ‘It is an effort to subvert democracy’
Rep. Liz Cheney (R-Wyo.) slammed an audit of the 2020 election in Maricopa County, Ariz., calling it an “effort to subvert democracy.”Cheney weighed in on the audit on Friday, blasting it…
Caitlyn Jenner slams Jimmy Kimmel for calling her ‘Trump in a wig’
California Republican gubernatorial candidate Caitlyn Jenner hit back at late-night host Jimmy Kimmel after he called her “Trump in a wig.”Kimmel compared Jenner to the f…
Shooting in Texas capital leaves 14 wounded; one suspect still at large
Fourteen people were wounded after two men opened fire at each other in a busy entertainment district in downtown Austin, Texas early on Saturday, police said, adding that one of the suspected shooters remained at large.
Analysis: Garland looks like he's protecting Trump. But Biden could be the one to benefit.
Analysis: There's nothing new about the Justice Department protecting the executive branch and the president. That's good for the current president, too.
Biden administration dismantles Trump-era office for victims of immigrant crime
The move symbolizes President Joe Biden's rejection of former President Donald Trump's repeated efforts to link immigrants to crime.
Analysis: How Joe Manchin speaks for a lot of Americans
Manchin is increasingly drawing the ire of progressive Democrats... Democrats are lucky they even have a senator representing West Virginia. Furthermore, a look at the Senate math and polls suggests Manchin is not alone in his views of the filibuster.
Iran’s presidential candidates pull out all stops in final debate
Candidates spent more time discussing nuclear deal in third debate, as another round to restore accord begins in Vienna.
Biden causes sighs of relief among world leaders even as G7 divisions linger
When President Donald Trump used his elbows at international summits, it was to throw them -- on trade, on Russia and, once, to help remove the Montenegrin prime minister from his path to a photo-op.
French President Macron says US is 'definitely' back, welcomes Biden to 'the club'
President Joe Biden held a bilateral meeting with French President Emmanuel Macron at the G7 in England as details emerge around his upcoming summit with Vladimir Putin.
Message to Trump: This is why you lost the election
You can have the best policies in the world, but voters don’t want a president who demeans and insults others.
Concerns grow over China’s Taiwan plans
Concerns are growing in Washington over the possibility that China could try to invade Taiwan in the next few years.Top U.S. military officers have warned in recent months that Beijing might try to…
G7 summit: Spending plan to rival China adopted
G7 leaders say they will support poorer countries in a "values-driven" and transparent partnership.
Maher goes after Manchin: ‘Most powerful Republican in the Senate’
HBO’s Bill Maher went after Sen. Joe Manchin (D-W.Va.) during his show Friday night, dubbing the moderate Democrat the “most powerful Republican in the Senate.” The comedian and liberal commentator…
New book suggests Birx wanted Trump to lose presidential election | CNN Politics
A new book written by one of President Joe Biden's top coronavirus advisers suggests Dr. Deborah Birx hoped former President Donald Trump would lose the 2020 presidential election.
Final presidential debate shows Iran's political fissures
Iran’s seven presidential candidates have offered starkly different views in the country’s final debate
Depositions of election workers in Georgia ballot case delayed
Depositions of election workers in Fulton County, Georgia, have been postponed in a lawsuit alleging that thousands of fraudulent ballots might have been cast there.
Biden presses G-7 allies for bolder front against Chinese influence, forced labor
Group of 7 leaders discuss countering Chinese influence in developing countries. Biden pushes for condemnation of China's use of forced labor.
Off-duty Delta flight attendant allegedly makes terroristic threats, assaults flight attendants: Police
A Delta flight from Los Angeles to Atlanta was diverted to Oklahoma City after an unruly passenger allegedly made terroristic threats.
Garland sparks anger with willingness to side with Trump
Attorney General Merrick Garland has angered Trump critics and the Biden administration’s most ardent supporters in his first three months of office, as his Department of Justice (DOJ) has sh…
Pennsylvania election reform bill mandates voter ID but faces stern opposition
Republican lawmakers in Pennsylvania are pushing their own version of sweeping election security bills that led to massive controversy in other states, but the legislation is unlikely to become law with Democratic Gov. Tom Wolf staunchly opposed to such reforms.
Thousands march for Palestinian rights in London amid G7 summit
Protesters march to Downing Street and call on G7 leaders to end their support to Israel following Gaza assault.
World leaders grapple with how tough to be on China
President Joe Biden is pushing the G-7 further than it wants to go.
Biden to sign bill designating Pulse nightclub, site of 2016 massacre, a national memorial
"This recognition from both the House and Senate means so much to the LGBTQ+ community," Pulse Orlando wrote of the decision on Facebook.
Not on the agenda but Brexit threatens unity at G-7 summit
The E.U. is angry at a British delay in implementing new checks on goods coming into Northern Ireland from the rest of the U.K.
Germany urges quick action as ‘intense’ Iran talks resume
Germany on Saturday urged parties involved in trying to revive the 2015 Iran nuclear deal to move quickly as indirect talks between Iran and the U.S. over the Obama-era deal resumed in Eu…
European negotiators talk up hope of breakthrough at Iran nuclear meetings
“We are making progress, but the negotiations are intense," EU representative Alain Matton said.
DOJ's 'relentless pursuit' has Andrew McCabe talking about John Durham
The wave of investigations stemming from the Justice Department under the Trump administration is "relentless," said a former top FBI official dogged by these inquiries.
Hamas condemns Ilhan Omar for comparing them to US, Israel
Rep. Ilhan Omar drew condemnation from all sides for comparing “atrocities” committed by Hamas, Israel and the U.S., among others.
Progressives want to tighten screws beyond Manchin and Sinema
Progressives say pressure on Democratic centrists over ending the filibuster needs to move beyond Sens. Joe Manchin (D-W.Va.) and Kyrsten Sinema (D-Ariz.).Manchin and Sinema have earned headlines —…
Biden's preaching the benefits of democracy in Europe, but new concerns rise back home | CNN Politics
President Joe Biden's attempts to talk up democracy in Europe this week are facing headwinds from back home, where revelations about the Justice Department's attempts to obtain Democrats' data have raised new concerns about the state of American politics.
What advocates say stands in the way of ending the HIV epidemic
Advocates want to see better health education in schools, better access to health care and, ultimately, an end to the epidemic.
Joe Biden to hold solo news conference after meeting with Vladimir Putin in Geneva
White House says solo press event is 'appropriate format" to communicate with media about topics raised during Joe Biden, Vladimir Putin meeting.
US records 267 mass shootings so far in 2021
More than 260 mass shootings have taken place so far this year in the U.S., with 25 of them occurring in June, according to a nonprofit group that tracks shootings.The Gun Violence Archive&nbs…
Biden aims to avoid Trump's misstep by skipping joint press conference with Putin
President Joe Biden will not hold a joint press conference with Vladimir Putin following their much-anticipated Wednesday summit, an apparent attempt to sidestep the diplomatic debacle that unfolded in 2018 when former President Donald Trump appeared alongside the Russian president.
Biden calls for gun reform 5 years after Pulse nightclub shooting
“It is long past time we close the loopholes that allow gun buyers to bypass background checks in this country," Biden said in a statement.
Fugees rapper Pras, Jho Low charged in scheme to get Trump administration to drop 1MDB probe
Former Republican fundraiser Elliot Broidy has admitted his role in the scheme to illegally lobby the Trump administration to drop the 1MDB probe.
Bidder pays $28m for space trip with Amazon's Bezos
The mystery auction winner will be part of the the first human flight by space company Blue Origin.
Saudi Arabia limits annual pilgrimage due to Covid
The Umrah Ministry says the hajj will be limited to 60,000 in the kingdom.
At least six people shot, three killed in Cleveland
The mass shooting was one of several that took place around the country over the last two days.
GOP chair Ronna McDaniel slams 'anti-Semitic' Ilhan Omar
GOP chairwoman Ronna McDaniel is calling on Rep. Ilhan Omar, D-Minn., to be removed from the House of Representatives after her inflammatory comments implying a comparison between the U.S., Israel, and Hamas.
What is the G7, and what power does it hold? | CNN Politics
President Joe Biden's first trip abroad since taking office includes a G7 summit where he'll look to reestablish US leadership on the world stage.
At least 1 person killed, more than a dozen injured in downtown Austin shooting, authorities say
One suspect is in custody and another remains at large, according to police.
Iran hardliner linked to mass executions likely to become next president, as regime excludes opponents
Iran’s theocratic regime is paving the way for a hardliner, who is linked to mass executions and human rights abuses, to become the country’s next president -- as dissidents cry foul over what they see as a rigged election, and are calling for mass boycotts.
News leaders deal with the post-Trump era
News executives from several top publications and outlets say the end of Donald Trump’s presidency is a challenge for their organizations, while the sense of “crisis” in current events …
Biden, G-7 leaders to focus on China in second day of summit
Senior administration officials said that Biden hoped to provide a "positive alternative vision for the world" to contrast with China's growing influence.
Man charged with hate crime after verbal, physical assault on family of Asian descent
A man has been charged with a hate crime after verbally abusing and physically assaulting a family of Asian descent while on vacation in Florida.
'They Were So Beautiful': Remembering Those Murdered In Orlando
They ranged in age from 18 to 50. They were dancers and students, a singer and a bouncer, an accountant and an aspiring firefighter — mothers, fathers, teenagers, couples and best friends.
Macron says Biden is 'part of the club' at the G7 in leaders' first formal meeting | CNN Politics
US President Joe Biden and French President Emmanuel Macron held their first formal in-person meeting on Saturday.
Biden revels in Trump’s absence from the world stage
U.S. allies enthusiastically welcomed Biden to a gathering of world leaders following four chaotic years of the Trump presidency.
New Alzheimer’s drug sparks backlash over FDA, pricing
The approval of a new Alzheimer’s drug has sparked a fierce backlash amid concerns about both price and its effectiveness.The Biogen drug, marketed under the name Aduhelm, is the first Alzhei…
Migrant crossings hit 10-year high this fiscal year amid border crisis, with four months to go
The number of illegal immigrants crossing the U.S.-Mexico border so far this fiscal year has hit a 10-year high, with more than four months still to go in the fiscal year -- as the Biden administration struggles to contain a continuing crisis at the southern border.
How Trump's tariffs haunt Kentucky's whiskey distillers: 'We're still on death row' | CNN Politics
Dozens of cases of whiskey sit on the ground floor of the James E. Pepper Distillery in Lexington, Kentucky, ready to be shipped -- but, because President Joe Biden hasn't moved to end trade disputes started under former President Donald Trump, none of it will be going to thirsty customers overseas.
Nevada meltdown gives Iowa hope of saving first-in-the-nation fame
Nevada, which is seeking to leapfrog other early states during 2024 primary season, could hardly be making a worse case for itself.
McDonald's customer spits at 1 employee, shoots another during pick-up window argument: Police
A customer at a McDonald's has been arrested after allegedly spitting on one employee and shooting another during an argument that ensued at the pick-up window.
'I'm a partner on this journey': Jill Biden on how she sees her role as first lady during debut foreign trip | CNN Politics
On her third full day in the United Kingdom to accompany President Joe Biden on his first G7 Summit, Jill Biden peeled off from her husband, and the rest of the program's leader-spouse events, for a solo excursion of her own -- one of several the first lady has taken while abroad that highlight...
Barr pushed investigators to finish leak probes | CNN Politics
The Justice Department's leak investigation that targeted lawmakers was more than a year old when Attorney General William Barr took office in 2019. Barr had vowed early on to help answer lingering questions from conservatives about the fairness of the Justice Department's handling of...
Go green or go bipartisan? Biden's big infrastructure choice
President Joe Biden’s hope of pouring billions of dollars into green infrastructure investments is running into the political obstacle of winning over Republican votes
DOJ internal watchdog to investigate Trump-era leak hunt that targeted lawmakers, journalists
House Intel Chairman Schiff, whose files were among those subpoenaed, has been unable to get Biden administration officials to provide details, a source said.
Biden's most important message overseas: He's not Trump
As President Joe Biden makes his presidential debut on the world stage, his greatest task is accomplished by the simple fact that he is not Donald Trump.
China, US diplomats clash over human rights, pandemic origin
Top U.S. and Chinese diplomats appear to have had another sharply worded exchange, with Beijing saying it told the U.S. to cease interfering in its internal affairs and accusing it of politicizing the search for the origin of the COVID-19 pandemic
Garland charts DOJ collision course with Maricopa County election audit
The Justice Department is staffing up and will apply new "scrutiny" to controversial audits looking for evidence of fraud in the 2020 election, Attorney General Merrick Garland declared on Friday.
Austin mass shooting: 1 dead, 13 hurt, 1 of 2 suspects at large, police say
One of two suspects is at large after a mass shooting that left 14 people injured in Austin.
Trump DOJ demanded metadata on 73 phone numbers and 36 email addresses, Apple says
The Justice Department (DOJ) under former President Trump in seeking information on lawmakers demanded metadata on 73 phone numbers and 36 email addresses from Apple, the tech giant said in a …
Federal judge halts loan forgiveness program for farmers of color
Minority farmers say they have been unfairly denied government assistance for decades.
In NBC interview, Putin calls Trump 'colorful' but says he can work with Biden
Putin told NBC's Keir Simmons that accusations that he is a "killer" are "Hollywood macho."
Prosecutor says man was wrongfully imprisoned for decades, yet he remains behind bars
“I think I’ve been destroyed,” Kevin Strickland said of life behind bars.
Ransomware attack hit Teamsters in 2019 — but they refused to pay
The FBI advised the union to "just pay" the ransom, according to sources. Union officials chose to rebuild their computer network instead.
What we know about the "unprecedented" Capitol riot arrests
Seven months after the attack, more than 570 people had been arrested in what the government calls "the most complex investigation ever prosecuted by the Department of Justice."
Billionaire tax leak deals Biden blow in getting GOP support for IRS funding
The massive leak of billionaires' tax data has imperiled what support there might have been from Republicans to back President Joe Biden's plan to give more money and authority to the IRS.
Trump struggles to find a challenger to Kemp in Georgia | CNN Politics
Donald Trump's plans to play GOP kingmaker are being disrupted by one of his most loyal supporters in Georgia.
Putin calls Trump an ‘extraordinary individual,’ Biden, a ‘career man’
Russian President Vladimir Putin compared his relationship with former President Trump, who he praised as an “extraordinary individual,” and President Biden, who he called a “career man.”
Biden sells G-7 on global tax, but U.S. Congress is a hurdle
President Joe Biden might have persuaded some of the world’s largest economies to hike taxes on corporations
Culture wars leave England’s soccer stars facing new fervor: Boos
Prime Minister Boris Johnson "would like to see everyone getting behind the team to cheer them on, not boo," a spokesperson said Friday, hours before the tournament kicked off.
Biden and Putin not currently expected to hold joint news conference following meeting next week | CNN Politics
President Joe Biden and Russian President Vladimir Putin are not currently expected to hold a joint press conference following their high-stakes summit in Geneva, Switzerland, next week, two US officials familiar with the matter said.
Education Department delays major student aid overhaul
The department instead plans to roll out the redesigned form by the 2024-25 school year.
How the infrastructure bill can help close the digital divide
Americans of all ages miss out on opportunities when they don’t have adequate broadband connections.
Attorney General Garland vows to fight GOP efforts to curb voting access
Attorney General Merrick Garland announced the Justice Department will aggressively fight efforts to restrict voting rights nationwide following a blitz of new voting restrictions in Republican-led states that stem from former President Donald Trump's lies that widespread fraud helped Joe Biden...
Watergate Figure John Dean: New Donald Trump Scandal Is ‘Nixon On Stilts And Steroids’
“It is beyond Nixon," the former White House counsel said of the Trump Justice Department collecting private information about members of Congress.
Here's how the Biden administration is trying to reach families eligible for monthly Child Tax Credit payments
The IRS is sending out letters to taxpayers who may be eligible based on information it has from tax returns and distributing stimulus checks, among other measures.
DOJ inspector general will investigate 2018 seizure of House Democrats' data
Deputy Attorney General Lisa Monaco has asked the DOJ's inspector general to investigate the seizure of top Democrats' data by Justice Department prosecutors in 2018.
Meet the internet sleuths tracking down the January 6 insurrectionists | CNN Politics
From the mob, a seemingly unidentifiable hand reaches out with a Taser, in an attack that would leave DC Metropolitan Police Officer Michael Fanone begging for his life.
New Mexico's Dem governor defends $62,500 settlement of crotch-grab case: 'I was focused on the pandemic'
New Mexico Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham defended her decision to settle with a former campaign staffer who accused her of sexual harassment in 2018, speaking to reporters about it for the first time Friday.
Attorney General Merrick Garland announces actions to protect voting rights
He said the Justice Department is examining voting laws to "determine whether they discriminate against Black voters and other voters of color."
Trump's Senate endorsement puts North Carolina GOP in pickle
After former President Donald Trump endorsed Rep. Ted Budd for Senate, the North Carolina Republican Party sat on the results of a straw poll that former Rep. Mark Walker won by a country mile.
Drought is here to stay in the Western U.S. How will states adapt?
Drought "is not a temporary condition we can expect to go away, but rather something we have to deal with," one expert said.
'Brave' grandmother died after struggling with Florida Publix gunman, who family says had mental health issues
Authorities say Timothy J. Wall had mental health struggles before he walked into a Florida Publix and shot two people and then himself.
Asians in U.S. share reasons they're now looking at opportunities abroad
Some say Covid-19 mismanagement, racism, jobs for recent grads and more make life in some Asian countries seem appealing.
YouTube suspends GOP Sen. Ron Johnson's account, says he violated Covid-19 policy
The video giant said it doesn't allow posting of information that contradicts health authorities. Johnson's office complained of "censorship."
US-Russia relations are so poor that only a summit can sort them out, Putin's spokesman says | CNN
Russian President Vladimir Putin is going to Geneva, Switzerland, not merely to appear on the same platform as US President Joe Biden, but because "the poor state of relations" between both countries demands a summit, Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov told CNN in an exclusive interview on Friday.
Pelosi urges Senate Democrats to back voting rights bill and ‘save democracy’
House speaker makes caucus call as bill on brink of collapseSenator Joe Manchin says he will not back For the People Act Nancy Pelosi said on the call she was holding out hope that Senate Democrats could persuade Manchin to extend his support. Photograph: Lenin Nolly/Zuma/Rex/Shutterstock Nancy...
Criminal justice, race, pandemic journalism dominates 2021 Pulitzers
The Pulitzer Prize Board announced its 2021 Pulitzer Prize winners Friday with all but four of the 16 awards for journalism given to work covering race, COVID-19 or criminal justice issues.“The Yea…
Iowa man sentenced to 10 years in prison after assault over face mask
A man in Iowa on Wednesday was sentenced to 10 years in prison for assaulting a man over a face mask dispute in November.
Biden admin dismantles VOICE, Trump office for reporting crimes by immigrants
The Biden administration has dismantled and replaced a Department of Homeland Security office created during the Trump presidency to help victims of crimes committed by immigrants in a further break with his predecessor’s border policies.
Reuters, New York Times win Pulitzers for coverage of racial injustice, COVID-19
Reuters and the Minneapolis Star Tribune each won a Pulitzer Prize on Friday for journalism about racial inequities in U.S. policing, while the New York Times and the Atlantic were honored for chronicling the COVID-19 pandemic, the two topics that dominated last year's headlines.
Humpback whale gulps and spits out Cape Cod lobsterman
Michael Packard ended up in the marine giant's mouth for about half a minute off Massachusetts.
Chicago police officer charged in connection to January 6 Capitol riot
A Chicago police officer was arrested at his home Friday morning and is facing five federal misdemeanor charges in connection to the January 6 riot at the US Capitol in Washington.
Biden pick for Navy secretary is Cuban-born Carlos Del Toro, a 22-year Navy veteran
President Biden said Friday he plans to nominate Carlos Del Toro for secretary of the Navy.
Daughter of reputed Mexican drug lord sentenced in US
The U.S. Department says a daughter of alleged drug lord Nemesio Oseguera has been sentenced in the United States to 2 1/2 years in prison for her role in dealing with Mexican companies designated under the “Kingpin” act
Remains of early KKK leader Nathan Bedford Forrest, wife removed from Health Sciences Park in Memphis
The remains of Confederate general, enslaver and early KKK leader Nathan Bedford Forrest were exhumed and removed from a Memphis park this week.
'Are you supposed to look as if you’re enjoying yourself?'
The Queen was not afraid to lighten the mood at the G7 'family photo' taken at the Cornwall summit.
Caitlyn Jenner refuses to confirm Trump lost 2020 election
Caitlyn Jenner, a candidate in the California gubernatorial race, declined to say that President Joe Biden won the election legitimately.
Family of Alton Sterling accepts $4.5M settlement in fatal police shooting
Sterling, a Black man, was selling CDs outside a convenience store when he was fatally shot in 2016.
ICE put this man in custody as soon as he walked out of prison after 32-year sentence: The plight of Lam Hong Le
Southeast Asian men are more likely to be deported for past convictions than other immigrant groups, some experts and advocates say. Lam Hong Le is facing deportation.
A Texas Bakery Got Hate Mail Over Pride Cookies. Then The Community Rallied Behind It
Confections bakery in Lufkin, Texas lost customers after posting a picture of its rainbow-iced Pride Month cookies. It's now being flooded with orders and donations, and paying them forward.
G-7 pledge to share, but jostle for ground in the sandbox
Group of Seven leaders have brought pledges to share vaccine doses and make a fairer global economy to a seaside summit in England
The 'family photo' of world leaders from Biden's first G7 summit is noticeably different from the one from Trump's first G7
A side-by-side comparison of Trump and Biden's first G7 summit 'family photos' with world leaders shows the impact of COVID-19.
The problem with Jeffrey Toobin's apology
While some of Jeffrey Toobin's words suggested contrition, his demeanor offered something else.
AOC’s aunt says blame Puerto Rico pols, not Trump, for ‘abuela’ misery: report
If the grandmother of U.S. Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez has suffered in Puerto Rico since Hurricane Maria in 2017, then Puerto Rican politicians are to blame, not former President Trump.
Stimulus payment adjustments are still going out
The Internal Revenue Service reports it has distributed additional stimulus cash to millions of people who lost income during 2020 and qualified for more than they had originally received.
Ice shelf protecting Antarctic glacier is breaking up faster
Satellite video shows the ice shelf holding the Pine Island Glacier in Antarctica back from the sea is breaking up much faster than before
Virgin Atlantic explores 'flying taxi' partnership
The airline considers whether it could launch air taxi flights from cities to major airports.
Peru: No serious irregularities in presidential run-off, say observers
Leftist Pedro Castillo keeps a narrow lead over conservative Keiko Fujimori, who has claimed fraud.
Covid: PM promises caution over 21 June lockdown end
Boris Johnson says it is vital any changes are "irreversible", amid rising Delta variant cases.
What to know about the delta COVID-19 variant first detected in India
The delta variant, which was first detected in India, has prompted recent calls from President Joe Biden and Dr. Anthony Fauci for more Americans to get vaccinated.
Britain full reopening imperiled by new wave
The United Kingdom appears to be experiencing a third wave of COVID-19 cases that could imperil the full reopening of the country, scheduled for June 21.
G7: Leaders to unveil global anti-pandemic action plan
They will pledge all their resources to ensure a global pandemic like Covid-19 is never repeated.
VP Harris making Southern stops to promote vaccination
Vice President Kamala Harris and the Biden administration’s top environmental official are making stops in several Southern states to promote an intensive White House coronavirus vaccination effort
More COVID-19 deaths have already been reported in 2021 than in all of 2020
The raging pandemic continues to claim millions of lives around the world, even as vaccinations have curtailed the worst of the virus's spread in the U.S.
California Gov. Newsom signs order to end most of state's coronavirus restrictions, reopen Tuesday
California Gov. Gavin Newsom on Friday signed an order that will lift most pandemic-related restrictions in the state, allowing it to officially reopen on Tuesday.
How are the COVID-19 vaccine and booster campaigns going in your state?
The U.S. is striving to vaccinate as many people as possible against COVID-19 — and keep them up-to-date with boosters. But some states are lagging behind. See how yours is faring.
21 June: End of England's Covid lockdown could be delayed by one month
It comes amid concern over rising cases and the transmissibility of the Delta variant in England.
States Scale Back Pandemic Reporting, Stirring Alarm
More than two dozen states have reduced how frequently they report what's happening with the pandemic, raising alarm among some public health experts.
More screen time, more takeout, less ‘mom guilt’: How the pandemic changed parenting
Frayed moms are allowing their kids — and themselves — a break from the packed schedules they once had. Will it last?
Disney World dropping mask mandate in most areas
Disney World announced Friday that fully vaccinated guests will no longer need to wear masks in most areas of the Orlando, Fla., theme park, and also said it would be relaxing some social distancin…
Michigan Supreme Court orders panel to certify petition seeking repeal of Whitmer's coronavirus orders
The Michigan Supreme Court ordered the Board of State Canvassers to certify a petition seeking to repeal a law used by Democratic Gov. Gretchen Whitmer to impose sweeping restrictions meant to curb the spread of the coronavirus.
Biden joins the world leaders club at G7 with call for wartime effort against Covid-19 | CNN Politics
The leaders of the world's advanced economies gathered Friday on the Cornish coast for the first time since the global coronavirus pandemic began, welcoming President Joe Biden as a new member who arrived here intent on restoring traditional American alliances.
China resurfaces false COVID-19 origin theory linked to Fort Detrick
The Chinese Ministry of Foreign Affairs repeated its assertion this week that the U.S. should open biological research facilities at Ford Detrick in Maryland for inspection, a claim that re-emerged as officials in Beijing face mounting scrutiny over the possibility that the COVID-19 pandemic...
You Tested A Drug. It's Been Approved. Now ... Try And Get It
When a new drug is up for FDA approval, trials may be held not only in the U.S. but other countries too. A study looks at global availability after approval. Big Pharma disagrees with the findings.
Chicago Cubs’ Anthony Rizzo announces he’s not getting the COVID-19 vaccine
Chicago Cubs player Anthony Rizzo is opting not to get the COVID-19 vaccine, ESPN reports.