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You Can Buy the ‘Wayne’s World’ AMC Pacer
The 1976 AMC Pacer featured in the 1992 comedy classic is being auctioned just in time to celebrate the 30th anniversary of the film's premiere on Valentine's Day.
Work Stoppage in MLB As Owners Lock Players Out
Major League Baseball owners locked out players at midnight Wednesday for the first work stoppage in the sport since 1995 as the collective bargaining agreement with the players union expired.
Matthew McConaughey Makes Decision about Texas Governor’s Race
Matthew McConaughey announced Sunday that he has decided against a run for Texas governor amid speculation that the actor might enter the race.
Thanksgiving Flight Bookings Top Pre-Pandemic Levels
Big crowds are expected at airports around the country next week.
Two Children Killed at Texas Drag Racing Event
Two children killed at Texas drag racing event when car slams into spectators A 6-year-old boy and an 8-year-old boy were killed in the crash.
Military Suicides Skyrocket Among Active-Duty
Suicides in the U.S. Army's active-duty forces jumped 46-percent last quarter compared to the same period last year.
More Southwest Airlines Flights Cancelled
Droves of flight delays and cancellations continued Monday for Southwest Airlines following a weekend of disrupted operations blamed on air traffic control issues.
Dallas Firefighters Hurt in Explosion Responding to Gas Leak Call
Four Dallas firefighters and four residents were injured in an explosion Wednesday at an apartment complex that caused the partial collapse of a building.
President Biden to Visit Devastation in Louisiana on Friday
President Biden on Friday will tour the devastation left by Hurricane Ida when it slammed into Louisiana last weekend as a Category 4 storm.
Taliban Supporters Hold Mock Funerals with Coffins Draped with American Flags
Photos emerged Tuesday showing Taliban supporters in Afghanistan holding a mock funeral while hoisting coffins draped with flags from the U.S. and other NATO countries.
US Women’s Soccer Loses to Canada in Olympics Semifinals
Canada defeated U.S. women’s soccer on Monday and took away its hopes of a gold medal at the Tokyo Olympics.
DOJ Says Vaccine Mandates Are Legal
Federal law does not prohibit public agencies and private businesses from requiring COVID-19 vaccines that are under emergency use authorization.
Tokyo Olympics Will Take Place Without Spectators
Olympic organizers initially had planned to limit spectators to just 10,000.
Tropical Storm Elsa Headed for Florida
NWS issues Tropical Storm Warning, Storm Surge Warning in parts of Florida.
Fourth of July Pet Safety: How to Keep Your Animals Calm
While the 4th of July is a cause for celebration for many Americans, pets may feel differently. Here are some tips to keep your furry friends safe during the holiday.
Boy Scouts of America Reaches Agreement with Victims
The Boy Scouts of America, based in Irving, Texas, sought bankruptcy protection in February 2020.
Ford Shutting Down Production for Several Weeks
Ford idling 8 factories for weeks in July and August due to semiconductor shortage.
Venmo and PayPal Boosting Fees to Transfer Money
Venmo will soon be adding fees for some previously-free services and hiking existing fees on others, the mobile transaction service informed its customers.
Athlete Gwen Berry Says She Never Said She Hated the United States
Gwen Berry fires back at anthem demonstration criticism: 'I never said that I hated the country'.
Crew Members on U.S. Bound Cruise Ship Contract Covid
Crew members on Royal Caribbean's U.S.-bound ship test positive for COVID-19.