“Give Us A Fair Shot,” Sarah Palin’s Attorney Asked A Jury In Her Libel Case Against The New York Times
The former Alaska governor is suing the paper over a 2017 editorial that she argues defamed her by falsely claiming that she incited the 2011 mass shooting that seriously injured Rep. Gabby Giffords.
Zucker told staff in a memo that he had been asked about the relationship as part of the investigation into Chris Cuomo, the CNN anchor who was fired in December.
In an Instagram post, the 44-year-old star player said he would no longer make the "competitive commitment" required to play.
Millions of people now play Wordle each day, up from just 90 on Nov. 1.
A federal judge ordered the Tiger King star to serve 21 years behind bars — one year less than he was originally sentenced to in January 2020.
"It can't be overstated the president's visit to talk about infrastructure when we have this situation here," Pennsylvania Lt. Gov. John Fetterman said.
The game show champion spoke with BuzzFeed News about her incredible 40-game streak and being a role model for transgender people across the US.
Authorities say he sold the gun in a roadside deal to a British man who, two days later, used it to hold four people hostage inside a synagogue.
This is the first criminal case brought by a DOJ task force established in response to an unprecedented wave of threats against elections workers and officials nationwide.
The award-winning French actor and model died just two days after the trailer for the upcoming Marvel series was released.
The Supreme Court Blocked A Vaccine Mandate For Private Companies, But Allowed One For Healthcare Workers
The court ruled that the Occupational Safety and Health Administration was empowered to "set workplace safety standards, not broad public health measures."
“People Aren’t Going To Realize It Until They Call 911 And No One Comes”: How Omicron Could Push Hospitals Over The Edge
The cruel irony is that what appears to be the mildest widespread variant of the coronavirus is the one that risks pushing the US hospital system to the brink.
Our family and friendship circles seem torn in two: those who are afraid and still want restrictive measures and those who are resigned to living with COVID as the new reality.
“It’s been said that Sidney Poitier does not make movies, he makes milestones,” former president Barack Obama once said of the revered actor, who was the first Black man to win an Oscar.
The decision means the top-ranked tennis player will likely miss the Australian Open. “They expect to be on the flight back home later in the day,” a source told BuzzFeed News.
The horror gridlock along both directions of the 50-mile stretch of Interstate 95 was the result of a nightmarish confluence of factors.
“In a few places, there’s still smoldering debris and smoke partially covered by snow,” Gov. Jared Polis said. “It’s really an odd and disturbing juxtaposition.”
Anthony Fauci says the CDC is aware of recent pushback to its changes to isolation guidelines and may soon alter them.
Greene is the first member of Congress to have her personal political account banned from Twitter.
Experts welcomed the decision to shorten the isolation period to five days, but many are still concerned testing negative first hasn't been prioritized.