Hundreds join lawsuit challenging Washington's COVID-19 vaccine mandate for state, health care workers

A group of first responders, medical workers and state employees are asking a judge to overturn the mandate. They have less than four weeks left to make their case.

North Idaho College President fired during chaotic board of trustees meeting

COEUR D'ALENE, Idaho -- During a chaotic board meeting Wednesday evening, the North Idaho College Board of Trustees voted 3-2 in favor of firing college President Rick MacLennan without cause

Tech groups sue in attempt to void Texas social media law

Two technology industry groups filed suit Wednesday is an effort to strike down a new Texas law that will let social media users sue if they or their opinions are blocked from view or removed.

MTA to ticket maskless NYC subway, bus and train riders after a year of lax enforcement; cover your face or face $50 fine

The new enforcement push begins Thursday, officials said. It comes more than a year after former Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s Sept. 10, 2020 order mandating all commuters in New York wear face masks or else face a $50 fine.

Uma Thurman Reveals She Had an Abortion at 15 in Emotional Column Against Texas Law: 'My Darkest Secret Until Now'

Uma Thurman has penned a powerful and deeply personal essay in protest to Texas' restrictive abortion law, which bans the procedure after six weeks of pregnancy.

New Zealand cops bust men trying to sneak into locked-down city with 'large amounts' of KFC

Police outside of Auckland arrested two men who were trying to sneak into the New Zealand city with a trunk-full of Kentucky Fried Chicken.

Biden doubling vaccine purchase, calls for more global shots

President Joe Biden is set to announce that the United States is doubling its purchase of Pfizer's COVID-19 shots to share with the world to 1 billion doses as he

More News