An investigation is ongoing into the use of deadly force by police officer Christopher Rose during the August 25 incident in Rutland, Vermont.
The president has unveiled a six-point COVID strategy to combat what he describes as a "pandemic of the unvaccinated."
The founder of FiveThirtyEight tweeted a survey in which medical experts showed reluctance go to public events or dine indoors.
The ex-Secretary of State told iHeartRadio that President Joe Biden needed "to own" the consequences of the U.S. exit from Afghanistan.
The Supreme Court has halted a number of executions in Texas and Alabama over the issue of spiritual advisers.
The smell of burnt plastic or electronics penetrated through the Zvezda module of the ISS to the American section of the station.
The mayor of Macerata, in the central Italian region of Marche, said the discovery was a "tragedy that has shocked the entire community."
Mandi Stewart said that Armstrong Central High School, in Pennsylvania, withheld food as punishment.
There were more than 2,000 inmates at the Tangerang jail near Jakarta, Indonesia, in a facility built for 600.
The Florida governor tried to dispel rumors that he is looking to get on the GOP ticket for a 2024 White House run.
A union representing the pilots from the Russian national airline Aeroflot have called for the suspensions to be lifted.
The Texas senator gave a rosy assessment of the country's job opportunities as Monday saw the end of key benefit programs.
Moderna and its Japanese distributor Takeda Pharmaceutical Company said the vaccine "has a well-established safety and efficacy profile."
Declared a "variant of interest" by the World Health Organization, Mu has been detected in 49 U.S. states.
Lance VanGundy, ER director at Unitypoint Health in Marshalltown, Iowa, said in a Facebook video "Covid is awful."
The former Lone Star state Democratic congressman told supporters the new strict abortion law was part of a "terrible trajectory."
Public figures have urged people to sign a Planned Parenthood petition against the law which effectively bans abortion after six weeks of pregnancy.
Lydia Evans-Hughes struggled to get to the church in Eccleston, England, on time after the vintage car she was taking to her wedding broke down.
Dan Patrick told Fox News that he was "proud" that Texas passed Senate Bill 8 which the Supreme Court refused to block.
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Paul Ford, 30, from the Isle of Man, was jailed for more than seven years after an argument at his home turned violent.
The Russian president also told the Eastern Economic Forum in Vladivostok that he wanted the Taliban to join the international community.
The display at Missouri's State Capital building outlined the fight for rights by the LGBTQ community in Kansas City.
The seven-day average in daily deaths for August was 244 according to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
The Russian president got his own lesson as he was addressing pupils about a historic battle from three centuries ago.
Police in Italy arrested the pizzeria owner who had seemingly been adding a secret ingredient to his products.
Dmitry Peskov's comments follow President Joe Biden's meeting with his Ukrainian counterpart Volodymyr Zelenskyy at the White House.
The right-wing commentator said in an Instagram Live from Aspen, Colorado, that a clinic said it could not support anyone spreading misinformation.
Last week, Japan suspended the use of 1.63 million Moderna doses of the vaccine due to reports of contamination .
The pontiff told Spanish broadcaster Cadena COPE that the withdrawal by the U.S. followed "deception" by the Taliban.