Feds Indict Chauvin, 3 Other Ex-Officers<br class='hidem'> in George Floyd Case
Former Minneapolis police officers, from left, Derek Chauvin, J. Alexander Kueng, Thomas Lane and Tou Thao, have been indicted on federal charges of violating George Floyd's civil rights. (Hennepin County Sheriff's Office via AP)
A federal grand jury on Friday indicted four former Minneapolis police officers on charges they violated George Floyd's civil rights. [Full Story]
US Job Growth Misses Expectations in April Amid Labor Shortages
U.S. employers hired far fewer workers than expected in April, likely frustrated by labor shortages, leaving them scrambling to met booming demand as the economy reopens amid rapidly improving public health and massive financial help from the government.... [Full Story]
US Screens 1.64M People at Airports, Most Since March 2020
The U.S. Transportation Security Administration (TSA) said it [Full Story]
NJ School: We've Addressed Educator's Trans-Rant Beer Toss
A New Jersey school district says it has responded in a "swift and [Full Story]
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Maricopa County Officials Refusing to Turn Over Routers to Auditors
Officials in Maricopa County, Arizona, are refusing to comply with [Full Story]
GOP Senators Oppose Amnesty for Researchers Funded by Foreign Powers
A group of Republican senators oppose a Department of Justice effort [Full Story]
'Woke' Coke Ended Up Winning Coke Zero
Coca-Cola's "woke" experiment appears to have gone flat.As the [Full Story] |
Doctors Can't Explain Why This Fruit May Cut Your Blood Sugar by 90%
SPONSOR: Start eating this every day and you will reduce blood sugar [Full Story]
Axios: Trump Now Has Iron Grip Over GOP
Former President Donald Trump's grip on the Republican Party has [Full Story]
China's Africa Outreach Could Pose Threat From Atlantic
The top U.S general for Africa is warning that a growing threat from [Full Story]
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Texas House Advances GOP Voting Bill After Hours of Debate
Texas GOP lawmakers early Friday advanced their voting bill after [Full Story]
Suspect Captured, Hostages Unhurt in Minnesota Bank Drama
A man accused of holding five employees hostage at a Minnesota bank [Full Story]

Magnitude-4.7 Quake Rocks California-Nevada Border Area
A series of earthquakes - the largest with a preliminary magnitude of [Full Story]
Pfizer-BioNTech Start Full FDA Approval Process for COVID-19 Vaccine
Pfizer Inc and German partner BioNTech SA said on Friday they have [Full Story]

Chauvin, 3 Other Ex-Officers Indicted on Civil Rights Charges in Floyd Case
A federal grand jury on Friday indicted four former Minneapolis [Full Story]
Grand Jury Indicts Puerto Rico Boxer in Lover's Death
A grand jury has indicted Puerto Rican boxer Flix Verdejo in the [Full Story]

China: Rocket Debris Unlikely to Cause Any Harm
Most debris from a large Chinese rocket expected to plunge back [Full Story]
As Children Return to School, So Do Guns
Students in many states are just returning to classrooms after months [Full Story]
Dem Ex-Campaign Chiefs Fear Twin 'Headaches' Could Cost Party 2022 Control
Former Democrat campaign chiefs are reportedly alarmed by the party's [Full Story]
Coldplay Debut New Song in Space During Chat With French Astronaut
Coldplay gave new meaning to the idea of a single launch, playing new [Full Story]
Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms Will Not Seek Re-election
Atlanta mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms, who was seen as a possible [Full Story]
Ohio GOP Censures 10 Republicans Who Voted to Impeach Trump
The Ohio Republican Party censured Rep. Anthony Gonzalez, R-Ohio, and [Full Story]
Minn. Gov. Walz: Masks Politicization 'One of the Worst Things That's Happened' in US
The politicization around masks is ''one of the worst things that's [Full Story]
Georgia, South Carolina Sign Bills to Pay NCAA Athletes
Governors of South Carolina and Georgia on Thursday signed bills into [Full Story]
Investor Group in Exclusive Talks to Acquire Forbes for $650M: Source
An investor group led by U.S. merchant bank GSV's CEO Michael Moe has [Full Story]
Montana, South Carolina Opting Out of COVID Unemployment Programs
Some states are starting to pull federal-related COVID-related [Full Story]
Governor Says Utah Won't Mandate Masks in Schools Next Fall
Utah's governor said Thursday the state has no plans to require masks [Full Story]
NFL Hires Woke Former Obama Official Katie Hill
The NFL has hired former President Barack Obama Communications [Full Story]
TSA Chief: 'Substantial Increase' in Firearms at Airports
Acting head of the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) Darby [Full Story]
Wall Street Giants Get Swept Up by India's Brutal COVID Wave
About 8,300 miles east of Wall Street, on a stretch of Bangalore's [Full Story]
US Unemployment Claims Curb to Pandemic Low of 498K
The number of Americans seeking unemployment aid fell last week to 498,000, the lowest point since the viral pandemic struck 14 months ago and a sign of the job market's growing strength as businesses reopen and consumers step up spending. [Full Story]
Study Examines Why COVID-19 Mortality Rates Higher Among Hispanics
Hispanic people in America have died at disproportionately higher rates than whites from COVID-19. A new study found Hispanics accounted for almost 41% of age-adjusted deaths, although they make up only 19% of the population. [Full Story]
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