Who Is Dr Rajendra Kapila? Fully Vaccinated Infectious Disease Expert Dies Of COVID-19 In India
The renowned infectious disease expert and Rutgers University professor passed away on April 28 in India. He visited the country in March-end to help care for his family.
Biden's Blunder? McConnell Predicts Taliban Back In Power By Year-End, Fall Of Afghan Government
Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) warns that there's a "high likelihood" that the Taliban will be back in control of Afghanistan maybe as early as the end of the year.
School Suspends Eighth Grader For Standing Up Against Teacher Who 'Sexualized 14-Year-Olds'
Alice Wagner says she was wearing a full-length tank top with a cardigan when a teacher singled her out for wearing a “too revealing” outfit.
Kim Kardashian West Denies Purchasing 'Looted' Ancient Roman Statue
The ancient Roman sculpture, sought by Italian authorities, was illegally bought in Kardashian's name.
'Staggering' Consequences: Biden Backs Waiving COVID-19 Vaccine Patent Protections Amid WHO Warning
The Biden administration’s announcement backing waiving patents on COVID-19 vaccines would pave the way for cheaper versions of jabs to enter the market and also spur the production.
India-China Border Tension: PLA Rotates Forces, Reinforces Border Infrastructure
A year after the first standoff in Pangong Tso in eastern Ladakh, China is further reinforcing its military positions and rotating forces along the Line of Actual Control.
Asian Hate Crime In San Francisco: 2 Elderly Women Stabbed, Suspect Arrested
San Francisco Police have arrested a man suspected of stabbing two elderly Asian women in the downtown area. It is not clear whether the suspect is facing a hate crime charge.
WATCH: Tense Moments In Louisville As Diner Draws Gun On Armed BLM Protesters
A diner at an upscale restaurant in Louisville pulled a gun on armed Black Lives Matter protesters when they stormed the place during demonstrations in honor of Breonna Taylor.
Black Employee Abused For Years At Restaurant To Be Paid Over $500,000 In Compensation: Court
Bobby Paul Edwards, a former South Carolina restaurant manager, is currently serving a 10-year prison sentence for enslaving John Christopher Smith for five years.
Tornado Warnings, Severe Weather: More Than 100M People At Risk In Storm-Battered South
Forecasters warn that more strong storms are likely to hit the Southeast on Tuesday. States that are at “greatest risk” include Mississippi, Louisiana, Tennessee and Alabama.
Biden Refugee Cap 2021: Where The Migrants Are Going To Come From
As per the new allocations, the U.S. would accept 22,000 refugees from Africa, while thousands more are expected from East, South and Central Asia, Latin America, the Caribbean, Europe, and more.
'Get The F--- Out'— Philippine Foreign Secretary Drops Diplomatic Language In Dispute With China
Teodoro Locsin Jr. swears at China on Twitter, asks it to leave the South China Sea.
Is Nancy Pelosi's Missing Laptop In Alaska? Feds Search Woman's Home
Federal agents served a search warrant at a boutique resort in Homer, Alaska, amid a lookout for House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s missing laptop.
Southlake Setback: Candidates Opposing Diversity Training Win Texas School District Election
Candidates against a local school diversity plan won about 70 percent of the vote in the Southlake school board election.
Israel Is The Most Vaccinated Country, But The B.1.617 Is Threatening It Now
Israel has reported 41 new cases of the Indian coronavirus variant, B.1.617, including four people who have been vaccinated.
Biden's Tax Raise Targeted To Avoid Hurting Upper Middle-Class Professionals Who Backed Dems
The President’s tax hike won’t affect upper-middle-class and elite professionals who earn their income through salaries.
Gallons Of Nuclear Waste Leaking From Underground Tank In Washington
Tank B-109 at Hanford Nuclear Reservation is 75 years old and is estimated to be leaking 3.5 gallons a day, or nearly 1,300 gallons per year.
The Price Of Crossing Putin: Navalny Appears In Court An 'Awful Skeleton'
Appearing in the courtroom via a video feed, Kremlin critic Alexei Navalny described himself as a “creepy skeleton.”
How Dangerous Is The B.1.617 Coronavirus Variant? Here's What We Know
The B.1.617 variant of coronavirus carries two mutations, E484Q and L452R. These two mutations were already in circulation globally but separately.
Biden Offers 12 Weeks Paid Family Leave In His American Families Plan
The president said that no one should be made to choose between a job and paycheck or taking care of themselves and a loved one.
Biden's American Families Plan Will Save Families $13k: Free Preschool For 3- And 4-Year-Olds
President Biden is expected to unveil a $200 billion universal preschool program, which is likely to benefit 5 million children and save an average U.S. family $13,000.
Ed Gonzalez, Biden Pick To Head ICE Amid Migrant Surge, Disavowed Raids
Sheriff Ed Gonzalez, a critic of the Trump administration’s immigration policies, ended Harris County’s partnership with the ICE in 2017.
'My Dad Was Executed,' Andrew Brown's Son Says After Watching Police Video
On Monday, the family members of Andrew Brown Jr were shown a short snippet of police body camera footage of the incident.
California's Newsom Recall Effort: What Governor Did Wrong; Top Contenders
A Republican-led drive to remove Gov. Gavin Newsom from office has gathered enough voter signatures to trigger a state-wide recall vote, state officials reported on Monday.
Did John Kerry Share Secret Israeli Ops With Iran? Climate Czar Faces Resignation Calls
Iranian Foreign Minister Javad Zarif claims in a leaked recording that Kerry discussed with him sensitive information about Israeli military operations on Iranian interests in Syria.
Floyd's Death Not A Hate Crime, No Evidence Chauvin Factored In Race: Minnesota AG
Keith Ellison said systemic racism, not individual racial motivation, was at work when Derek Chauvin knelt on Floyd's neck for nine minutes.
Outrage in France As Jewish Woman's Killer Spared Trial Despite Anti-Semitic Motives
On Sunday, thousands of people flooded Trocadero Plaza in Paris to denounce the Court of Cassation’s decision to not try Jewish woman Sarah Halimi’s murderer.
Alaska Airlines Puts State Sen. Lora Reinbold On No-Fly List For Violating Mask Rules
An Alaska Airlines' spokesman said the length of Reinbold’s ban will be decided after a review.
Woman Suffers Rare Blood Clots After J&J COVID-19 Vaccine Jab; Seventh Case In US
A Texas woman has been hospitalized with possible blood clots associated with Johnson & Johnson's COVID-19 vaccine, making it the seventh such reported case in the US.
Trump Responds To LeBron James' Deleted Tweet, Calls Comments 'Racist Rants'
Trump’s remarks come a day after the Los Angeles Laker posted a tweet calling for accountability in the fatal shooting of a teen girl by a Columbus police officer.