Sen. Joe Manchin (D-W.V.) said unemployed parents might spend child tax credit money on drugs; he also wants an income limit of $200,000 for the benefit.
The MDL Beast Soundstorm electronic music festival provided Saudi men and women a rare opportunity to dance together in public.
Dolly Parton got Guinness certificates for spending the most decades on the country charts, having the most hits and the most number-one country songs.
The new number — 988 — will make it easier for American to reach the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline starting in July 2022.
The unnamed teacher cast a Jewish student in the role of Adolf Hitler, and told others to simulate being in a train car bound for a concentration camp.
Donald Trump alleged in his lawsuit that New York A.G. Letitia James violated his constitutional rights by conducting a politically-motivated investigation.
The UAE announced it will no longer censor films released in movie theaters, and is adding an over-21 rating category instead.
Poles protested a bill aimed at limiting the operation of a U.S.-owned television network that their government believes has too much power.
The 52 Starlink internet satellites were launched to bring broadband Internet access to underserved areas of the world.
Biogen faced widespread criticism over the initial annual cost of its Alzheimer’s drug that could have reached $56,000 per patient.