Los Angeles County, still in the midst of a surge in violent crime, will suspend all criminal trials for two weeks due to the challenge of dealing with the omicron variant of the coronavirus, according to presiding county Judge Eric Taylor.
A man who allegedly kidnapped his former girlfriend was taken into custody one day after the woman escaped with assistance from a stranger, the San Antonio Express-News reported Thursday.
Blogging platform Tumblr, once a powerhouse of content for millennials, has censored a wide swathe of hashtags on its Apple iOS app, in what the social media company says is an effort to remain within the Apple App Store's community guidelines.
Wednesday on CNN's "New Day," Sen. Dick Durbin (D-IL) pushed for changes to be made to the filibuster and the passage of voting rights legislation.
A Georgia mother and father were elated to welcome their newborn quadruplets into the world just before Christmas.
Senator Chris Van Hollen (D-MD) said Tuesday on CNN's "Inside Politics" that the slim Democratic majority in the Senate is "looking at different ways to reform the filibuster.
Israeli Prime Minister Naftali Bennett said Tuesday even if the U.S. reaches a new agreement with Iran, Israel will still be able to strike the regime's nuclear program.
Tech giant Apple has reportedly closed all 16 of its stores in New York City amid rising coronavirus cases in the city.
The Chinese government on Sunday ordered rural migrant workers in Shaanxi province not to make their traditional annual visits to family during the Lunar New Year and Spring Festival holidays.
President Joe Biden extended Kwanzaa greetings on Sunday to people celebrating the holiday.
An armed intruder has been arrested after breaking into the grounds of Windsor Castle with a weapon on Christmas day.
Officers with the Fremont Police Department in Nebraska handed out $100 bills to drivers during routine traffic stops Tuesday on behalf of an anonymous donor.
New York recorded more than 38,000 positive coronavirus cases Thursday, which broke Wednesday's record by 10,000 cases, the New York Post reported.
Joan Didion, the revered author and essayist whose precise social and personal commentary in such classics as “The White Album” and “The Year of Magical Thinking” made her a uniquely clear-eyed critic of turbulent times, has died.
A Swedish youth has suffered damage to their eyes after taking part in a trend on the social media platform Tik Tok that involved mixing chemicals to make a homemade explosive.
The city of Rome and the entire Italian region of Lazio have imposed a universal outdoor mask mandate beginning Thursday, despite no spike in deaths or patients in intensive care units.
Canadian two-time Olympic snowboarder and X-Games champion Drew Neilson told the country's CBC network this week that he was considering asking the International Olympic Committee (IOC) to remove him from its historical roster in protest of the 2022 Beijing Winter Olympics.
President Joe Biden praised President Donald Trump for backing the idea of vaccine booster shots and credited him for developing the coronavirus vaccines in the first place.
President Joe Biden's border agency will close up a few gaps and doorways in some sections of President Donald Trump's incomplete border wall, according to a statement from the Department of Homeland Security (DHS).
House and Senate Democrats are pleading with President Joe Biden to open the borders of the United States to more Afghans -- potentially half a million.
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