The three beverage giants will not be forking out millions for a 30-second advertising spot at the Super Bowl as they normally do.
At least 134 officers were assaulted as pro-Trump insurrectionists stormed the Capitol building on January 6.
Police said teenagers and parents at schools in the Gardner school district were sent two distressing emails in the middle of the night through the online learning portal.
Hundreds of maskless concert-goers flocked to see Sean Feucht, a musician who has been leading the controversial "Let us Worship" campaign during the pandemic.
Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department is investigating what it's called the city's "largest mass casualty shooting in more than a decade."
Donald Trump called his wife Melania "so popular with the people" in his farewell speech, despite her low ratings in recent polling data.
Donald Trump left the White House on the South Lawn in a send-off which included a red carpet and saluting soldiers.
John Keown, 72, was booked into Vanderburgh County Jail after facing the choice of arrest or going back onto the streets when he refused to leave a hospital.
Former Detroit Mayor Kwame Kilpatrick will be freed after serving just seven years of a 28-year prison sentence for bribery and racketeering charges while holding public office.
Hampshire Police in the U.K. said partygoers claimed they didn't know about the coronavirus pandemic.
Windows were smashed and walls graffitied with threatening messages by protesters in the Californian city of Vacaville.
The CNN poll shows that just 19 percent of Republicans believe the President-Elect's victory is legitimate as Donald Trump and his supporters continue to peddle claims of widespread voter fraud.
Calls have been growing for GOP senators Hawley and Cruz to resign or be expelled after pro-Trump rioters attacked the Capitol on January 6.
Only small protests materialized outside statehouses nationwide on Sunday, with authorities bracing for violence ahead of Joe Biden's inauguration.
Lawmakers, staff and reporters have been pinning up messages to thank police for their efforts during the Capitol siege.
Sarah Groh, chief of staff for Ayanna Pressley, said all the office panic buttons had been removed ahead of a pro-Trump mob storming the Capitol.
Emma Jablonski from Billings, Montana, wrote D.C. Officer Daniel Hodges a letter of support after watching footage that showed him being crushed by a pro-Trump mob.
Hillsborough County Sheriff Deputy Brian LaVigne, 54, died on Monday afternoon just one day before he was set to retire after 30 years of service.
Donald Trump got given one "strike" by YouTube but he must get three before the platform permanently suspends his channel.
Donald Trump's supporters have reportedly been planning to hold a demonstration outside Twitter's headquarters in San Francisco.
The word "Trumper" as well as expletives were graffitied onto one of Jenna Ryan's realtor advertising placards in Carrollton, Texas.
In several videos circulating on social media, rioters can be seen attacking officers, who were trying to block an archway that leads into the Capitol building.
Two officers from the Rocky Mount Police Department in Virginia have been put on administrative leave after attending the rally in Washington, D.C.
The "Infowars" host's angry tirade against QAnon and its conspiracy theories has rapidly gone viral on Twitter.
The rap mogul's home was reportedly targeted just hours after he was hospitalised with a suspected brain aneurysm.
Alize James reportedly ran after the thieves but they tried to run her over and she was left clinging to the bonnet of their car.
Carolyn Palisch, a 63-year-old former nurse, sprinted to her neighbor's house early on New Year's Day after she saw smoke coming from the property in Avondale.
The Republican senator was confronted by a supporter of Donald Trump, who asked him why he was not supporting the president in his effort to overturn Joe Biden's election win.
The workplace messaging app has been hit by a raft of problems with users unable to send or receive messages, connect to the platform or share files.
Bryan Thompson, 43, has been arrested after allegedly injuring 10 people during a violent rampage across Manhattan with a tree branch.