5-Year-Old Boy, Rayan, Trapped In Moroccan Well for Second Straight Day
A Moroccan government spokesperson said the government is monitoring the situation and looking for different ways to help the rescue operation.
18-Year-Olds Allowed to Be Substitutes in Kansas Due to Teaching Shortage
"Some of the comments I have heard from teachers are very angry. They feel very devalued," said a Kansas City Board of Education member.
Natural Gas Prices in U.K. Rise By $940 This Year, Prompts Intervention
"Without government action, this will be incredibly tough for millions of hardworking families," an official said.
NAACP Calls for Federal Charges Against Cop in Death of Laquan McDonald
Some activists have urged a shutdown of the city's transit system due to possible disruptions connected to the former officer's release, scheduled for Thursday.
Tons of PPE Meant to Protect From COVID Discarded as Waste: WHO
"Part of the message for the public is to become more of a conscious consumer. We find that people are wearing excessive PPE," said a WHO official.
Trucker Vaccine Protest Leads to Concern Over Canadian Lawmakers' Safety
The rule states truckers arriving from the U.S. must show proof of being fully vaccinated against COVID-19 or risk quarantining for 14 days.
YouTube Called 'Un-American' By Rep. Billy Long After Removal of Ad
"Removing my ad proves my point that Big Tech certainly has and will continue to influence elections," the Republican Missouri congressman said.
Airbag Concerns Lead to Kia Forte, Sedona and Soul Models Recall in U.S.
The airbag control computer cover is able to contact a memory chip, which can damage the electrical circuit and cause the airbags to fail to deploy.
Stormy Daniels Testifies Michael Avenatti 'Stole From, Lied to' Her
"I hired a new attorney because he stole from me and lied to me."
Round-the-Clock Construction on Poland's Border Wall to Be Complete in June
The wall is being built to stop migrants pushed from Belarus into Poland in what the European Union has called a "hybrid attack."
Fire Chief Allegedly Faked Injuries to Get More Than $200K in Benefit Pay
Paul Coderre Jr. made roughly $150,000 a year as the acting fire chief in New Bedford, Massachusetts, a job he held from 2011 to 2018.
Lawsuit Alleges Oxford High School Shooter Could Have Been Stopped
One of the teachers named in the suit sent Ethan Crumbley to the school's office the day before the shooting, after allegedly seeing him search for ammunition.
China Demands U.S. Stop Olympic 'Interference,' Vows to Deal with Situation
Last month, the U.S. announced its diplomatic boycott of the 2022 Winter Olympics, due to 1 million Uyghur Muslims being detained in Xinjiang.
Denmark Ending Most Restrictions to 'Welcome Life We Knew Before'
"It may seem strange that we want to remove restrictions given the high infection rates," the prime minister said. "But fewer people become seriously ill."
No Charges for Black Community Activist Who Protested at News Conference
"This governor is the enemy of the people. Is the governor afraid to meet people? We are his constituents."
Russian Teens Eligible for Vaccine, COVID Cases Skyrocket
The number of infected children, according to Moscow city health officials, rose 14 times in the past two weeks from 2,000 to 28,000.
Pope Francis Unexpectedly Tells Parents Not to 'Condemn' Gay Children
Conservatives in the Catholic church, which counts 1.3 billion members in total, believe the pope is giving mixed messages on homosexuality.
Driver Who Fell Asleep Behind Wheel, Killed Cyclist, Caught Smoking Heroin
Investigators were told by two witnesses that they saw a Jeep Cherokee drive onto the shoulder, hit the cyclist, then keep driving.
Vladimir Putin Blamed For Trying to Stir Panic About Ukraine Invasion
"They are still missing some key military elements and systems to mount a big, full-scale offensive," Ukraine's Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba told reporters.
WHO Chief Unopposed Despite Heavy Criticism During Second Term
While the U.S. supports him, his home country is accusing him of misconduct because of his comments on Twitter.
Mask Mandate in Omaha Offers Debate Among Judge, County Health Director
She stated if city and state officials don't like [the authority the health director possesses], they should change the law.
Michael Avenatti Told He Can Represent Himself in Stormy Daniels Lawsuit
Avenatti's trial focuses on allegations that he stole money from advanced payments made to Daniels related to her 2018 book "Full Disclosure."
Ex-Mayor Fights Against Rent Hikes from Landlord, Receives Eviction
While landlords do not need to give a reason for eviction, it is illegal to give an eviction due to retaliation or complaints from renters.
Hong Kong Official Breaks COVID Protocols, Attends Party, Likely Out of Job
"I will take responsibility for my wrong behavior," the official said in a social media post. "I will also learn from this and not make this mistake again."
Alexei Navalny Voiced Support for Ukraine, Added to Russia's Terrorism List
According to The Moscow Times, 22 people are now on the terrorist list, with 12 of them being connected to Navalny.
Hunt for Alien Life Begins as James Webb Telescope Settles Into Orbit
The telescope could potentially spot artificially produced gasses, which would lead to more information regarding life on other planets.
Georgia Amendment Already State Law Rejected By Senate
"In order to obtain your citizenship, you have to swear your loyalty to the United States of America and shed your allegiance to your previous country."
Glenn Youngkin Urges Parents Listen to School Leaders Amid Chaos Over Rules
"It is imperative that decisions about education and school safety are made locally in order to champion the best interests of our students and community."
Proposed Tax Break Could Give Some Workers Extra $350 a Year
"Nearly 1 million kids...would benefit from raising the EITC. It means new backpacks, warmer coats and more hot meals," Whitmer said.
France Pushes Unvaccinated From Restaurants, Bars
France currently has Europe's highest-ever daily infection numbers, with more than 425,000 infections reported on Thursday,