Supreme Court OKs Executions
The U.S. Supreme Court cleared the way early Tuesday for the execution of Danel Lee, inset, at a federal prison in Terre Haute, Indiana. (Getty Images, AP)
The U.S. Supreme Court ruled on Tuesday that the first federal executions in 17 years could proceed, overturning an injunction blocking them in order to allow legal challenges to the government's lethal-injection protocol to continue. [Full Story]
Some Decry Lack of 'Outrage' After Churches Set on Fire
A group of Catholic churches around the country that were vandalized and burned over the weekend might be linked to the same George Floyd-related protests aimed at destroying symbols and statues.... [Full Story]
Supreme Court Allows Federal Executions to Proceed
The U.S. Supreme Court ruled on Tuesday that the first federal [Full Story]
Washington Post Editor Wants Texas Rangers Renamed
The global opinions editor of The Washington Post is claiming the [Full Story]
Weinstein Accusers Ask Judge to Reject $19M Settlement
The six women who have accused Harvey Weinstein of sexual assault [Full Story]
Squirrel in Colorado Tests Positive for Bubonic Plague
The squirrel was found in the Town of Morrison and is the first cause [Full Story]
Some Fear Naval Ship Fire Damage Too Severe
A fire aboard a docked U.S. Navy amphibious assault ship in San [Full Story]
Trump Inaugural Panel Agrees to Pay Fine Over Flawed NJ Registration
New Jersey Attorney General Gurbir Grewal said Monday he reached a [Full Story]
K.T. McFarland to Newsmax TV: Flynn Pardon Candidate
Former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn's team should [Full Story] | |
Connecticut GOP Party Creates Voter Fraud Task Force
Connecticut's Republican Party has created its own citizen task force [Full Story]
Tenino Mayor to Newsmax TV: Printing Wooden Money 'Part of Our City's Story'
One local city is printing its own money to help people [Full Story] | |
Seattle Mayor Plans to Move 911 From Police Dept
"We need to invest in community-based solutions that address [Full Story]
Trump's Brother Fails to Block Niece's Tell-All Family Book
A memoir portraying President Donald Trump as a liar and narcissist [Full Story]
NBA Criticized for Barring 'FreeHongKong' on Personalized Merchandise
The NBA is drawing criticism for barring the phrase "FreeHongKong" on [Full Story]
House to Vote on Removing Confederate Statues
Majority Leader Steny Hoyer, D-Maryland, along with five members of [Full Story]
Black Lives Matter in Front of Trump Tower Painted Over
The Black Lives Matter street mural outside of Trump Tower was [Full Story]
Ghislaine Maxwell Hid From FBI, Covered Her Phone With Tin Foil
When FBI agents showed up at Ghislaine Maxwell's secluded New [Full Story]
Tech Companies Leaving Big Offices for New Options
Tech companies in Silicon Valley, New York, Seattle, are letting [Full Story]
Cuomo: Trump 'Should Fire' Anyone at CDC Who Lied
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo on Monday challenged President Donald [Full Story]
Don't Count on a Loan Despite Virus Aid Boosting Your Credit Score
Statistics provided exclusively to Reuters by personal-finance [Full Story]
Trump Aides Rule Out Ending Hong Kong Dollar Peg as Punishment
Top advisers to President Donald Trump have ruled out undermining the [Full Story]
Tesla Stock Frenzy Draws Day Traders at 10,000-an-Hour Pace
Robinhood users can't get enough of Tesla Inc.Almost 40,000 Robinhood [Full Story]
Filing: Alibaba's Jack Ma Sells $8.2B Worth of Shares, Stake Dips to 4.8%
Alibaba Group Holding Ltd. co-founder Jack Ma has cut his stake in the company over the past year to 4.8% from 6.2%, cashing out around $8.2 billion at its current share price, the firm's annual filing released on Friday showed. [Full Story]
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