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Cops can't be allowed to police themselves if we want real criminal justice reform


Amazon has cancelled its 'Lord of the Rings' multiplayer video game


A fight over Trump's SALT tax cap is threatening to derail Biden's $2 trillion infrastructure plan



Minneapolis and other US cities are beefing up their security and shutting down schools ahead of the verdict in the Derek Chauvin trial


The operators of the Ever Given may be forced to unload its 18,000 cargo containers onto other ships, report says


ADP has developed a workforce-diversity tool that lets you compare your company's progress with others



UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson is still planning to fly to India this month despite a surge in COVID-19 cases


Jailed Putin critic Alexei Navalny could 'die at any minute,' doctors warn


NASA's Ingenuity Mars helicopter will attempt to fly again on Monday, following several delays


We threw a bunch of the most overused Hinge chat-up lines at the dating app's CEO. Here are his suggestions for improving them.


The gunman in the FedEx mass shooting was able to buy 2 rifles after police took away his shotgun last year


Marjorie Taylor Greene said she is not launching 'America First' caucus and that she had not read the proposal, following backlash from GOP



India is the world's biggest vaccine producer but it's struggling to get enough COVID-19 vaccines to give to its own population


Watch 2 Russian cosmonauts and one NASA astronaut return from their visit to the International Space Station


Pelosi says in new book that Trump's 2016 victory felt 'like a mule kicking you in the back over and over again'


Home prices are up 17% over the past year, while inventory remains low: Redfin



Global coronavirus deaths just topped 3 million, led by surges in India and Brazil


As Biden approaches 100th day in office, Republicans admit difficulties in attacking his agenda


A nurse who sent her jailed husband videos threatening to kill Kamala Harris was charged after the Secret Service intercepted them


US officials may need 2 weeks or more to determine if Johnson & Johnson's vaccine causes rare blood clots