Rep. Hakeem Jeffries has become the first ever black party leader in Congress.
Longtime co-lead vocalist, keyboardist, and songwriter Christine McVie died at 79.
Although security staff previously seized fans items that feature rainbow colors, the International Federation of Association Football finally gave a public assurance that such items and banners are 100 percent allowed into stadiums.
The Biden administration is trying to set guidelines so immigration authorities know who to target for arrest and deportation. But the opposing political side sued to block these guidelines because they claim they prevent immigration authorities from doing their jobs.
Kim Kardashian will receive $200,000 per month in child support from Kanye West.
Africa’s batch of the mpox vaccine will include 50,000 doses and will be given to health workers and people living in the hardest-hit areas first.
The baguette has been added to UNESCO’s list of Intangible Cultural Heritage after experts decided the French bread “is a daily ritual, a structuring element of the meal, synonymous with sharing and conviviality.”
BeReal is a photo-sharing app where every day at a different time, everyone captures a photo within two minutes. The app is meant to get people to “BeReal” and not give them the opportunity to use filters or stage the “perfect” photo.
The judge declared a mistrial after the jury was unable to reach a verdict.
Mexico’s coach left his role after his team did not achieve the goal differential necessary to make the next round.