AP Sources: Justice Breyer to Retire; Biden to Fill Vacancy
President Joe Biden has pledged to fill the spot by naming the first Black woman to the high court.
Emmy-Winning Comedian Louis Anderson Has Died
Anderson was 68.
Hostages at Texas Synagogue Safe; Captor Dead
The FBI is now on the scene.
WHO: Global COVID Cases Up 11% Last Week, Omicron Risk High
WHO said that the number of newly reported deaths worldwide last week was down 4%.
Harry Reid Remembered As a Fighter, Skilled Senate Dealmaker
Reid died Tuesday at 82 after a four-year battle with pancreatic cancer.
Former Minneapolis Officer Guilty of Manslaughter in Daunte Wright Death
The shooting happened in April.
Louisiana’s Float Will Roll in Tournament of Roses Parade
Louisiana has paid $700,000 to be in the Tournament of Roses Parade for one year, with an option for two more years.
Charges Filed Against Parents of Accused Michigan Shooter
Authorities allege Ethan Crumbley opened fire killing four people.
New Virus Variant Emerges in Africa, Stokes Worldwide Fears
The World Health Organization has convened a technical group of experts to decide whether the new variant warrants being designated a variant of interest or a variant of concern.
U. S. to Release 50 Million Barrels of Oil to Ease Energy Costs
The move is aimed at global energy markets, but also at voters who are coping with higher inflation and rising prices ahead of Thanksgiving and winter holiday travel.
Rittenhouse Found Not Guilty
The jury came back with its verdict after close to three-and-a-half days of deliberation.
UL Lafayette Has Greenhouse Gas Extension Service
It serves policy makers and people in industry and government.