The last Soviet president Mikhail Gorbachev was 91.
California would become the 20th state to require all students to complete one year of kindergarten.
Texas health officials reported that a “severely immunocompromised” adult with monkeypox died.
In a Facebook post, the politician drew parallels between Soviet dictator Josef Stalin and Nazi Germany by saying: “It’s wrong to put an equal mark between them — Hitler was an absolute evil and Stalin even worse.”
It dropped from 78 years and 10 months to 77 years — the last time U.S. life expectancy was that low was in 1996.
After launching this Saturday on Sept. 3, the Artemis I space capsule will travel for roughly 40 days, reaching as close as 60 miles from the moon.
The EU foreign policy chief said they have given “so many capacities to Ukraine that we have to refill our stocks” when it comes to weapon production.
FedNow, which has been in development for around a decade and is supposed to allow bank customers to send real-time payments to each other, could come as early as May 2023.
The Yankees will partially own two soccer teams: New York City FC and AC Milan.
Murray, Jeff Garlin’s character on “The Goldbergs,” will have been dead for “multiple months” when the show’s next season airs. Garlin has been accused of misconduct on the set.