A search is underway for Gabby Petito's boyfriend after a body that police believe is hers was found at Grand Teton National Park in Wyoming. Follow Newsweek's liveblog for all the latest.
The Texas law allows any party to sue a doctor who performs a banned abortion for a minimum of $10,000.
The moderate Senate Democrat said Congress needs to watch inflation to determine whether it is "transitory or not."
Over 6,000 Haitians and other migrants have been expelled from an encampment at the border while officers up efforts to prevent more from entering the U.S.
According to a Harvard CAPS-Harris Poll survey, 6 in 10 Republicans or 58 percent said they would vote to put Trump back on the ballot in the next election.
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U.N. Secretary-General António Guterres has said that a U.S.-China Cold War would be "dangerous and more difficult to manage" than past conflicts.
Joe Biden is set to convene a virtual summit of world leaders and global health officials to defeat COVID-19 on Wednesday, September 22.
"We will know on Tuesday morning whether the Erin O'Toole version of the Conservative Party is connecting with voters," said Jenni Byrne.
The complaint says that the state has the right to create its own polices regarding bathrooms, pronouns and dress codes.
New quarantine regulations for students, as well as a vaccine mandate for staff members, will be instated September 27.
"It has been a very, very strange year and a half with this pandemic, but of course, the climate crisis has not disappeared," Thunberg told reporters.
"He seemed disappointed and he told me in a frustrated tone that 'I have nothing to say,'" his lawyer said. "His words showed that he is not feeling well."
California is currently battling several large active wildfires, including the Dixie Fire, which has burned over 960,000 acres.
Explosions in Jalalabad over the weekend killed 8, some of them Taliban. Reports said there were more Taliban casualties after 3 more explosions on Monday.
Elder says there's more than a single headline in the Los Angeles Times to support his claim of media bias in the gubernatorial recall election.
The company said Indonesia's intelligence agency and nine other government agencies were compromised in the hack by "Mustang Panda."
Bryan Scarlatos said he has "strong reason to believe" more indictments are coming while arguing for more time to review evidence submitted by prosecutors.
The Hong Kong government said in a Monday statement that the new Elections Committee is "broadly representative" and made up of "a number of subsectors."
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