The U.S. Senate passed a law Thursday banning imported goods from the Xinjiang region unless companies can prove they weren't produced using forced labor.
Illegal Marijuana Market Enforcement Grant Program gave $25 million to help communities and law enforcement in stopping illegal pot farms in Oregon.
Broadway and West End's shows had several performances, including the show "Hamilton," canceled because of a COVID-19 outbreak among performers.
The Senate approved a bill banning imports from China's Xinjiang region in a move to hold China accountable for alleged human rights abuses against Uyghurs.
The Supreme Court sent a case regarding Texas' abortion law to a federal appeals court that has previously allowed the law to remain in place twice.
South Korea announced new restrictions after hospitals near capacity and health care workers are exhausted as the country struggles with a surge in COVID cases.
Months before Rosa Parks, Colvin was 15 when she was arrested on March 2, 1955, for sitting toward the front of a bus in Alabama, violating segregation laws.
According to the Commerce Department, the average price of a home in October was a record $407,700, an increase of 18 percent from last year.
Corrosion control for lead pipes reduced the levels in drinking water for Benton Harbor. About 10,000 people are still using bottled water out of caution.
The trial for Aaron Dean in the fatal shooting of Atatiana Jefferson was delayed until May after two experts were no longer available to testify in January.
Italy had acrobats dressed in superhero costumes rappel down the sides of the hospital walls as children aged 5-11 are now eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine.
Essa Kolareh Eugene Williams faces charges including attempted first-degree murder stemming from an incident that left a police officer in critical condition.
A use-of-force expert testified he didn't think a reasonable officer would have believed there was an imminent threat of danger in the situation.
A $25 million settlement was awarded to 51 people, including the families of the deceased. Andy Borges was awarded $1.25 million for his severe injuries.
Police said two armed suspects had approached the vehicle and opened fire "without any apparent warning or provocation" before a third suspect drove them away.
A fire broke out in the Hong Kong World Trade Center. People said the fire alarms didn't go off as several floors' alarms weren't working due to construction.
A lawsuit claimed that children experienced frequent abuse between 2016 and 2020 and were physically, mentally, and/or sexually abused by staff members.
Russia to pay more than $500,000 to four survivors of domestic abuse after a court ruled the country is in violation of the European Convention on Human Rights.
David Pettis gave his wife 10 times the amount of hydrocodone considered a "therapeutic dose" by crushing it up in her ice cream the night she died in 2018.
A nurse claimed patients with brain injuries and broken bones had to wait for surgery as the hospital sees an increase in patients.
According to the study, already rare winter tornadoes also could have longer, wider paths of destruction.
The suspect in the video is described as wearing a hat and kicking up their right boot when they walk. The man or woman is estimated to be 5-foot-6 to 5-foot-9.
Kroger said that unvaccinated managers and non-union workers on the company health care plan will pay a $50 monthly surcharge starting January 1.
The state's first lady set up a children's toy drive for families affected by the tornados. They request unwrapped books, toys and $25 gift cards for families.
Former NFL player Josh Bellamy used fraudulent documentation to receive $1.2 million in PPP loans, which he admitted to using for personal reasons.
Wyoming and West Virginia said half of their COVID-19 deaths occurred after all U.S. adults became eligible for the vaccine, while Oklahoma reported even more.
Judge Dabney Friedrich kept obstruction charges for two accused rioters because it covers a broader set of actions allegedly done by the defendants.
The black handgun weighed just over 2 pounds and required a snap to release it. The yellow Taser was under one pound and required a lever to release it.
South African President Cyril Ramaphosa tested positive for COVID-19 Sunday as the country saw an increase of coronavirus infections over the past two weeks.
Ghana announced new regulations after 60% of new COVID-19 infections over the past two weeks came from the airport. Unvaxxed travelers to be fined $3,500.