EU and UK negotiators call in leaders in last ditch effort to secure a trade deal.
It comes as the Centers for Disease Control urges "universal mask use" anywhere outside the home.
It is the first bill of its kind taken up by either chamber of Congress but faces an uncertain future.
The US has about 700 personnel in the country targeting al-Shabab and Islamic State militants.
Jennifer Packer defines a space for the African American experience within the auspices of western painting.
Dr Joseph Varon believes he is fighting two wars. A war against coronavirus and a war against stupidity.
It becomes the second nation to unfurl its banner on the lunar surface, more than 50 years after the US.
Millions of Americans are due to lose jobless benefits as a rise in cases hinders economic recovery.
The money is going on legal challenges to Democrat Joe Biden's victory as well as other purposes.
Timnit Gebru, a critic of some of the firm's policies, says she was dismissed over an internal email.
Why vaccines need to reach a huge number of people before we can safely ditch our face masks.
He is accused of swindling money out of aspiring stars by impersonating Hollywood executives.
A light aircraft is forced to make an emergency landing on an interstate in Minnesota, but no injuries are reported.
The court said Karl-Heinz Grasser received kickbacks in return for information on property sales.
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