One Deputy Killed, Two Injured in Houston Bar Ambush
The deputies were working security jobs at the 45 Norte Sports Bar when two of them responded to a witness’ report of a suspected robbery
April Retrial Date for Man Who Killed ex-Saints Star Smith
A new trial date of April 4 has been set for the man who killed ex-NFL star Will Smith in New Orleans in 2016 following a confrontation over a traffic crash.
US Marks 20 Years Since 9/11, in Shadow of Afghan War’s End
Multiple events are planned across the country today.
Sweeping New Vaccine Mandates for 100 Million Americans
No testing opt-out is expected to be included for the executive branch requirement.
President Biden to Survey Ida’s Storm Damage in Louisiana on Friday
The White House says President Joe Biden will visit Louisiana on Friday to survey storm damage from Hurricane Ida.
‘As Long as it Takes': FEMA, Other Agencies Respond to Ida
President Joe Biden has spoken with officials in states pounded by Hurricane Ida, detailing the federal effort to survey the damage and ensure access to electricity, water, and cell phone service.
US Regulators Give Full Approval to Pfizer COVID-19 Vaccine
It's a milestone that may help lift public confidence in the shots as the nation battles the most contagious coronavirus mutant yet.
States Banning Mask Mandates Could Face Civil Rights Probes
States that block school mask mandates could lose federal education funding.
US Health Officials Call for Booster Shots Against COVID-19
The plan calls for an extra dose eight months after people get their second shot of the Pfizer or Moderna vaccine.
Chaos as Thousands Flee Afghanistan after Taliban Takeover
The Taliban swept into Kabul on Sunday after the president fled the country.
New York Governor Andrew Cuomo Resigns
The resignation will be effective in fourteen days.
U. S. Added 943,000 Jobs in July; Unemployment Rate at 5.4%
The number of people who reported they had jobs surged by 1 million, pushing the jobless rate down from 5.9% in June.