Along with Denzel Washington, Olympic gymnast Simone Biles, Sen. John McCain and Apple founder Steve Jobs are among those who received the Medal of Freedom.
UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson said he had failed to push back against opposition from his own party ministers, who have spent weeks urging Johnson to resign.
Some 85 airports will get part of the money so they can expand and upgrade terminals and other facilities.
Fans insisted three songs — “Breaking News,” “Monster” and “Keep Your Head Up” — use singer Jason Malachi's vocals and not Michael Jackson's.
Canada is tossing out over 13 million doses of the Oxford-AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine as no one will take it. The move follows concerns in spring 2021 about rare but potentially fatal blood clots from that type of vaccine.
The FDA said the stay temporarily suspends the marketing denial order while it conducts a further review on the vaping company Juul.
The Cleveland Browns have traded QB Baker Mayfield.
China Foreign Ministry spokesperson Zhao Lijian made the comment after the FBI and MI5 claimed Beijing is determined to steal U.S. and U.K. technology for competitive gain.
The EU’s parliament overwhelmingly condemned the recent U.S. Supreme Court decision to end constitutional protections for abortion. One Swedish politician said: “It teaches us a lesson: Women’s and girls’ human rights can never be taken for granted, and we must always fight to defend them.”
Michael Jordan, who made the number 23 jersey popular in basketball, will be the cover star of the Michael Jordan Edition and Championship Edition of NBA 2K23.