Federal appeals court Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson has become the first Black woman selected to serve on the Supreme Court—which once declared her race unworthy of citizenship.
Liquor stores are ridding their shops of Russian vodka and other alcoholic products.
A rescue operation began in southwestern China when the roof of a shaft caved in about 1.9 miles early this past weekend.
Harrison’s 81-year-old mother is suing her son in a dispute over family assets and ownership of the famous Gold & Silver Pawn Shop.
Along with the top six men’s college basketball teams, the No. 9 team also lost this Saturday, setting a new record of six top-10 teams in the Associated Press poll losing in one day.
Along with Twitter temporarily pausing all ads in the two countries, YouTube and Facebook have announced they are blocking Russian state media from running ads on their platforms.
Former-Nickelodeon actress Amanda Bynes, 35, has filed to terminate her conservatorship—run by her mother—as she believes her condition is improved.
Russia’s ministry of communications said Facebook has “violated the rights and freedoms of Russian citizens” by censoring Russian outlets.
Papa John's founder and former CEO John Schnatter was recently on a panel focused on “cancel culture,” in which he criticized the way the Biden administration is working on the economy.
The Eurovision Song Contest, which is a big singing/songwriting competition in Europe, said “the inclusion of a Russian entry in this year’s Contest would bring the competition into disrepute.”