After a two-year pandemic delay, “The Bob’s Burgers Movie” will hit cinema screens in May.
Georgia’s football team last won it all on New Year’s Day in 1981. Ronald Reagan was president-elect, but Jimmy Carter was still in the White House.
Maya Angelou died in 2014. She was best known for poems like “And Still I Rise,” and for her autobiography, “I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings.”
Doug Schoen and Andrew Stein wrote in The Wall Street Journal that Joe Biden’s and Kamala Harris’s unpopularity, and Biden’s age, create a vacuum that Clinton could fill.
Norway’s Ministry of Defence said it’s struggling with dwindling supplies, so conscripts should return underwear, bras and socks so new recruits can use them.
Students in Chicago Public Schools are set to return to in-person learning after a standoff over COVID-19 safety canceled classes for five days.
Take-Two Interactive is buying Zynga in a cash-and-stock deal valued at around $12.7 billion. Zynga’s top hits are FarmVille, CityVille and Words With Friends.
The DOJ said the number of home-grown domestic terrorists has more than doubled since the COVID-19 pandemic began.
The UN wants the money to help Afghanistan and neighboring countries as they face hunger, drought, and continuing conflict with the Taliban.
Tennis star Novak Djokovic plans to compete in the Australian Open. His visa was canceled at the border because of his COVID-19 status.