Multiple Shot, Unexploded Devices Found at NYC Train Station
A photo from the scene showed people tending to bloodied passengers lying on the floor of the station.
Jackson Confirmed As First Black Female High Court Justice
Jackson was confirmed was confirmed 53-47, mostly along party lines but with three Republican votes.
Russia-Ukraine War: What to Know on Day 9 of Russian Assault
Russian forces have shelled Europe’s largest nuclear power plant, sparking a fire there that was extinguished overnight.
State of the Union: Biden Vows to Halt Russia, Hit Inflation
Biden declared that he and all members of Congress are joined “with an unwavering resolve that freedom will always triumph over tyranny.”
Russian Military Says It Takes Strategic Airport Near Kyiv
Explosions sounded before dawn in Kyiv and gunfire was reported in several areas.
Russia Attacks Ukraine, ‘Shattering’ European Peace
Russian President Vladmir Putin threatened any foreign country attempting to interfere with “consequences you have never seen.”
Lawmakers Launch ‘All Levels’ Probe Into Ronald Greene Death
House Speaker Rep. Clay Schexnayder said he launched the probe.
Retired Pope Asks Pardon for Abuse, But Admits No Wrongdoing
Benedict was responding to a Jan. 20 report from a German law firm.
Biden: U. S. Raid in Syria Killed Top Islamic State Leader
President Biden said he would address the American people later Thursday on the raid.
AP Sources: Justice Breyer to Retire; Biden to Fill Vacancy
President Joe Biden has pledged to fill the spot by naming the first Black woman to the high court.
Emmy-Winning Comedian Louis Anderson Has Died
Anderson was 68.
Hostages at Texas Synagogue Safe; Captor Dead
The FBI is now on the scene.
WHO: Global COVID Cases Up 11% Last Week, Omicron Risk High
WHO said that the number of newly reported deaths worldwide last week was down 4%.
Former Minneapolis Officer Guilty of Manslaughter in Daunte Wright Death
The shooting happened in April.
Charges Filed Against Parents of Accused Michigan Shooter
Authorities allege Ethan Crumbley opened fire killing four people.
New Virus Variant Emerges in Africa, Stokes Worldwide Fears
The World Health Organization has convened a technical group of experts to decide whether the new variant warrants being designated a variant of interest or a variant of concern.
U. S. to Release 50 Million Barrels of Oil to Ease Energy Costs
The move is aimed at global energy markets, but also at voters who are coping with higher inflation and rising prices ahead of Thanksgiving and winter holiday travel.
Sheriff: Baldwin Fired Prop Gun on Movie Set, Killing Woman
The Santa Fe New Mexican reported Baldwin was seen outside the sheriff’s office in tears but attempts to get comment were unsuccessful.
One Deputy Killed, Two Injured in Houston Bar Ambush
The deputies were working security jobs at the 45 Norte Sports Bar when two of them responded to a witness’ report of a suspected robbery
US Marks 20 Years Since 9/11, in Shadow of Afghan War’s End
Multiple events are planned across the country today.