Arizona's secret refurbishment of the gas chamber for use on death row inmates drew backlash from the American Jewish Committee, likening it to the Holocaust.
Johnson & Johnson received approval from the FDA to extend the expiration date of vaccine doses by six weeks as the number of vaccines administered daily falls.
Michael Avenatti's lawyers told a judge on Wednesday they felt six months behind bars would be a sufficient sentence after his "epic fall" led to public ridicule.
Britain could face financial sanctions if further delays keep the U.K. and EU from reaching a trade agreement for Northern Ireland.
The House Democratic Caucus said Rep. Cynthia Johnson received a voicemail "laced with racist and misogynistic language" on Tuesday.
Maj. Gen. Robert F. Castellvi was suspended in April after an investigation into a training accident last summer, and has now been relieved of duty.
The number of deaths connected to heart disease and diabetes increased drastically as a result of COVID-19 during 2020, a report finds.
The attorney general tried to invalidate in court the presidential election results from Georgia, Michigan, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin, all of which went for Joe Biden.
The tablets give inmates access to some books and self-help materials, but contact with the outside is not free.
Barbara Jones was appointed as "special master" by U.S. District Judge J. Paul Oetken, and will ensure attorney-client privilege is protected during the investigation into electronic devices owned by ex-President Donald Trump's former personal attorney after FBI raids in late April.
"They first need to go back to the (nuclear deal) that they withdrew from. If we see the process and more confidence is built, then we can talk about that," presidential candidate Abdolnasser Hemmati said.
The U.K. and EU's inability to come to an agreement on policies has led to threats of legal action as tensions rise in Northern Ireland.
Israel's ambassador to the United States claimed Hamas used the al-Jalaa building to disrupt the Iron Dome, though AP has not seen evidence of these claims.
Orange County District Attorney Todd Spitzer confirmed two people had been arrested in connection with the death of 6-year-old Aiden Leos hours after the boy's burial.
A Paris appeals court ordered the state of France to pay reparations in the form of 1,500 euros to three young men who were racially profiled in 2017.
"That's an unknown we probably don't want to know. And it's an unknown we probably don't want to play out in a public forum," Colonial Pipeline CEO Joseph Blount said about the attack.
The general warned of instability in the Middle East as the United States pulls out of Afghanistan.
The efforts come after the North Korean economy suffered from the COVID-19 pandemic, despite Kim's increasing bid to push the country towards self-reliance.
Vice President Kamala Harris was met with pro-Trump protesters on a trip to meet with the Guatemalan president.
The Minnesota governor doesn't expect protesters to "interfere with lawful construction or lawful practices," and will not be deploying the National Guard.
Leftist candidate Pedro Castillo had 50.07 percent of the vote, while conservative Keiko Fujimori had 49.92 percent. The two candidates traded the lead on Monday during the runoff election.
The 27-nation bloc began bolstering Frontex, and desperately testing new migration policy, after well over 1 million migrants entered Europe in 2015, overwhelming reception centers and sparking a major political crisis about who should take responsibility for them.
The Food and Drug Administration approved the first drug to treat Alzheimer's disease in 20 years on Monday, though experts are skeptical of its effectiveness.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced on Monday the Indian federal government would be providing free vaccinations to adults ages 18 and older after delays and shortages.
The May 10 parade, which was meant to celebrate Israel's capture of East Jerusalem in the 1967 Mideast war, had begun when Hamas fired rockets from Gaza toward the holy city.
The videos have detailed allegations of illegal activities against President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and his government.
Over 90 politicians have been killed since September as gangs attempt to influence the outcomes of elections.
During an interview on Sunday with MSNBC, Jolly spoke about potential GOP candidates who have a shot at the White House, amid speculation that Trump may consider a run himself.
MeidasTouch claimed Fox News declined to air an ad of law enforcement officers describing their experiences on January 6.
The West Virginia Democratic senator has come under fire for refusing to support the For the People Act following an op-ed he wrote for the Charleston Gazette-Mail.