The news roundup for Wednesday
Over the past 12 months, wholesale prices are up 6.6 percent, the largest 12-month increase on records going back to 2010.
A long-term halt to oil and gas sales would curb future production and could hurt states like Louisiana that are heavily dependent on the industry that has contributed to global warming.
'There was probably very rare and sporadic cases here earlier than we were aware of. But it was not widespread and didn't become widespread until late February,'
Biden has called Putin a "worthy adversary" and has said he is hoping to find areas of cooperation with the Russian president.
"I think there is a general consensus that no child should be in these emergency shelters for more than two weeks."
A federal judge ruled over the weekend that if employees of the Houston Methodist hospital system don't like the vaccine requirement, they can go work elsewhere
The Novavax vaccine, which is easy to store and transport, is expected to play an important role in boosting vaccine supplies in the developing world
'You are presenting it as dissent and intolerance toward dissent in Russia. We view it completely differently'
On the way to the latest round-number milestone, the virus has proved adept at exploiting inequalities in the U.S.
In response to such protests, Republican politicians in several states have sought legal immunity for drivers who hit protesters
"It's hard to recruit the very people who see police as an opposition."
"The question here is just how did Trump use his political power to go after his enemies — how did he use the government for his political benefit ..."
If everything goes smoothly, Euro 2020 can give a confidence boost for other major sporting events, like the Tokyo Olympics
El Salvador is the first nation to make the cryptocurrency legal tender
The news follows revelations that the Justice Department had secretly seized phone records belonging to reporters at The New York Times, The Washington Post and CNN as part of criminal leak investigations
The G-7 includes the United States, England, Canada, France, Germany, Italy and Japan
The news roundup for Thursday includes scientists hail golden age to trace bird migration with tech, allies hope to bond and look beyond virus at G-7 summit in UK, Louisiana police unit probed over Black driver arrests and more
The news for Wednesday includes Africa desperately short of COVID vaccine, Biden ends GOP infrastructure talks, Colombian police cause deaths of 20 protesters, EU lawmakers OK virus pass that could boost summer travel hopes.
News for Tuesday includes FBI-encrypted app tricks organized crime, US pullout from Afghanistan half done, pipeline exec to face Congress, insurers covering a new Alzheimer's drug, and more
The news to start your Monday includes states rebound from bleak forecasts to pass record budgets, Meghan and Harry welcome second child, Normandy commemorates D-Day, and more
News roundup for Friday includes Facebook to end rule exemptions for politicians, US taps groups to pick asylum-seekers to allow into country, Jerusalem evictions that fueled Gaza war could still happen and more
Military leaders wary of changes in sexual assault policy, Guatemalan lives upturned by failed immigration bids, talk of Trump 2024 run builds as legal pressure intensifies, and more news for Thursday