AOL and Yahoo to be Sold Again
Internet trailblazers Yahoo and AOL sold, again, for $5B
No MLB All Star Game in Georgia
All-Star Game yanked from Georgia in response to voting law
Biden Wants Infrastructure Package Approved
President Joe Biden is set to unveil the first part of his sweeping multitrillion-dollar infrastructure plan, aiming for passage over the summer.
WHO Report Says Animals Likely Source of COVID
A joint WHO-China study on the origins of COVID-19 says that transmission from bats to humans through another animal is the most likely scenario.
‘Treating Us Like Robots': Amazon Workers Seek Union
Amazon workers and labor advocates are making a final push for the union vote
Can Postal Service Get Slower?
The Postmaster General has announced plans to slow mail delivery standards and cut hours at some post offices as part of a 10-year strategy to stabilize the struggling agency.
Police Release info About Colorado Shooter
The suspect accused of opening fire at a crowded Colorado supermarket was a 21-year-old man who purchased an assault weapon less than a week earlier.
10 Dead in Mass Shooting in Colorado
BOULDER, Colo. (AP) —Boulder police Cmdr. Kerry Yamaguchi said at a news conference Monday that a person of interest is in custody and is being treated. He didn’t give more details on how many people were killed or other details about the shooting
Police Investigate Suspect’s Motive in Atlanta-Area Killings
Shooting spree in Atlanta leaves 8 dead.
Off-Duty Jefferson, Texas Officer Kills Suspect
Suspect is killed following a chase from Dallas to Mesquite.
GM Recalls Millions of Pickup Trucks and SUV’s
The U.S. is making General Motors recall and repair nearly 6 million big pickup trucks and SUVs equipped with potentially dangerous Takata air bag inflators.
Texas 1st State to Surpass 1 Million Cases
Texas has become the first U.S. state with more than 1 million confirmed coronavirus cases.