"We would like for public peace to be restored, that we return to normal life and that we regain our way to democracy," Prime Minister Ariel Henry said.
"We sleep with the lights on in our house. My kids are anxious. They are fearful of the world," a victim's parent said.
Britain has reported an average of 47,000 new coronavirus cases and 135 deaths daily, an increase from the previous week.
"I promise you—I guarantee you—we're going to get free community college in the next several years and across the board," Biden said.
Digital World Acquisition Corp. plans to merge with Trump Media & Technology and compete with Facebook, Twitter and more.
"Policymakers were pinning too many hopes on ending unemployment insurance as a labor market boost," said Fiona Greig, of JPMorgan Chase Institute.
"Assad does not merely profit from the crisis he has created. He has created a system that rewards him more the worse things get," the report said.
Despite drought warnings, the Mammoth Ski Resort is able to open next weekend, two weeks earlier than its usual opening.
Beijing could one day be dominant in health care and leave the U.S. dependent on China, Edward You of the National Counterintelligence and Security Center said.
"As a superpower, the United States has a major responsibility and should be held accountable," Fawzia Koofi said.
Einar allegedly had strong connections with local criminal gangs and recently received several threats.
"More than 150 Tibetan people have burned themselves alive...I stand with my Tibetan brothers and sisters, and I support their calls for Freedom," Kanter said.
Facebook mentioned cross-check "when we asked whether Mr. Trump's page or account had been subject to ordinary content-moderation processes," the report said.
The company's third airbag recall since November 2020 is recalling a total of 195,000 vehicles.
"So many of us were blindsided, never imagining that a dashing, witty, beloved TV star had such a dark side," Couric wrote.
"Big Tech companies are eagerly expanding their empires to gain greater control and insight into our spending habits," CFPB Director Rohit Chopra said.
"Yesterday's executions of 24 people demonstrates the Syrian government's disregard for international law," said Diana Semaan of Amnesty International.
"...Justine should be alive. No amount of justification, embellishment, cover-up, dishonesty or politics will ever change that truth," the victim's fiance said.
An NTSB report found that two passengers were buckled in the front seats during the crash but changed positions before being found by first responders.
"There are just two ways — vaccination or lockdown. I'm against the lockdown for the sake of (the) economy," Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy said.
The "Sleeping Bus Tour" lulls riders to sleep who often can only sleep on their commute to work.
The presidents seek to find a solution for the starvation crisis without military force.
"Once you bury a relative, you expect that to be the permanent resting place," said Rev. Haywood Johnson Jr., of Ironton, Louisiana.
"...vaccines are strongly encouraged for those eligible to receive one, but must always be voluntary," Texas Gov. Greg Abbott said.
Officials in Düsseldorf, Frankfurt and Munich are in conversations with the NFL about hosting a 2022 regular-season game.
"The relationship between the chief and the organization has become untenable and needed to be resolved promptly," City Manager Art Noriega said.
The European Court of Human Rights restated the ruling and that the Holy See's sovereign immunity holds no exceptions.
Hunters can be paid between $500 and $2,500 per wolf depending on location in the state. The state has budgeted $200,000 for the program.
Master Trooper Adam Gaubert was shot to death in an ambush Saturday morning after he worked on a traffic crash.
Capone's .45-caliber semi-automatic pistol sold for $860,000, along with other items, for a total of $3 million in the family's auction.