A missing hyphen between “Miami” and “Dade” in a URL sent people to a site that sells Trump hats and flags, and anti-Biden yard signs. Police have fixed the error.
Valieva ended in fourth place after falling twice in her routine. Another Russian won the gold medal.
The Louisville Community Bail Fund, founded by Black Lives Matter Louisville, spent $100,000 to bail out Quintez Brown pending trial for attempted murder.
Tesla is the only big automaker that claims 100 percent of every car sold in the U.S. is produced in the U.S. The industry average is about 52 percent.
Kristof raised $2.5 million to run for governor but the state’s highest court ruled he didn’t meet the definition of what it means to first be a “resident” for at least three years.
Biden told reporters the threat of an invasion is “very high” and that “every indication we have is they're prepared to go into Ukraine.”
A Disney-branded home community will include about 1,900 housing units where the company says “you can be part of Disney all of the time.”
Musk’s post showed Hitler with the caption “Stop comparing me to Justin Trudeau. I had a budget.” Trudeau is under fire for using force to end anti-vaccination protests.
Volkswagen says high-end Porsches bound for North American markets are aboard. The Felicity Ace can carry up to 4,000 vehicles.
The Duden dictionary advised that “Jew” is too reminiscent of Nazis, so people should write “Jewish people, Jewish fellow citizens or people of the Jewish faith” instead.