US Virus Cases Rising Again, Doubled in 3 Weeks
The COVID-19 curve in the U.S. is rising again after months of decline, with the number of new cases per day doubling over the past three weeks, driven by the fast-spreading delta variant, lagging vaccination rates and Fourth of July gatherings.
Biden Says US War in Afghanistan Will End August 31
President Joe Biden says the U.S. military mission in Afghanistan will conclude on Aug. 31.
Biden Working Group Targets Jobs for Fossil Fuel Communities
The report identifies $37.9 billion in current available funding across a wide variety of departments.
U.S. West Prepares for Possible First Water Shortage Declaration
Federal officials use the forecast released each August to make decisions about how to allocate river water.
After Fewer Bison Left Yellowstone, Population Set to Grow
In the past, the bison capture and slaughter program has met resistance from animal rights activists.
Singing Hymns Through masks, Christians Mark Pandemic Easter
In Jerusalem, air travel restrictions and quarantine regulations prevented foreign pilgrims from flocking to religious sites during Holy Week.
Montana Wildlife Group Pushes to End Bird Killing at Fish Hatchery
Birds killed an estimated 800 fish between 2017 and 2019 some of them older brood stock.
Confederate Symbols Prove Difficult to Remove in Many States
Amid a racial reckoning and a movement to remove Confederate monuments, it’s proven difficult to take down those symbols that remain across the United States.
Police: 10 People Killed in Colorado Supermarket Shooting
The officer who was killed was 51-year-old Eric Talley.
Woman Accused of Stealing Laptop From Pelosi’s Office During Riot
The FBI said in an arrest warrant Sunday that Riley June Williams is charged with illegally entering the Capitol and disorderly conduct.