Many celebrated the ruling, but refrained from calling the verdict “true justice.”
In 15 states, patients with confirmed or suspected COVID are already taking up more ICU beds than they were a year ago.
Democrats in the House say that the GOP’s repeated justification of violent rhetoric is creating a toxic workplace.
The Dollar Tree CEO is pinning price hikes at stores on inflation, yet he was rewarded nearly $11 million last year.
A UN expert said the U.S. “stands out among Western democracies for its incomplete patchwork of human rights.”
A federal jury found the white supremacist defendants guilty of violating a Virginia state conspiracy law.
The organizers insisted the phones be purchased with cash, suggesting they wanted communications hidden at all costs.
The pharmaceuticals and health products industry is on track to have its highest lobbying year of all-time.
The Justice Department argued that the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals made an error in its original judgment.
With over 8 million people in default over student loans, the lawmakers say that such a move could boost the economy.