Why the BA.2 variant — the dominant strain in the US — hasn’t shown signs of a surge
Could this be the first time a COVID-19 strain becomes the country’s dominant variant without causing a surge in cases?
Man accused of shooting at Louisville mayoral candidate back in jail under federal custody
Quintez Brown, the man accused of firing several shots at a Louisville mayoral candidate, is back in jail, now under federal custody.
Mortgage rates rise again. Here’s what that means for the housing market
Rates have jumped this year at a pace not seen in decades.
Officials warn of battery dangers after a charging laptop left on bed caused a house fire
The National Fire Protection Association recommends not charging a device under a pillow, on a bed or on a couch.
UN General Assembly suspends Russia from top human rights body
The suspension is over allegations of horrific human rights violations by Russian soldiers in Ukraine.
Move over, Cracker Jack. Iconic snack adds Cracker Jill to celebrate women in sports
The new-look bags come 126 years after the caramel-coated popcorn snack was first introduced.
Justice Department is ‘obstructing’ Trump records probe, House panel says
The House Committee on Oversight and Reform says the Justice Department is blocking information about 15 boxes of records that Trump took with him to Florida after leaving office.
Nancy Pelosi tests positive for COVID-19, spokesman says
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi has tested positive for COVID-19, a spokesman for the California Democrat said Thursday.
Quintez Brown in federal custody, FBI confirms
Brown, who is accused of shooting at a Louisvillle mayoral candidate, will be arraigned at 1 p.m. It is unclear what charges he may face.
4th day of deliberations starts in Gov. Whitmer kidnap plot
The jury so far this week has not signaled how its deliberations are progressing, asking only for a definition of “weapon” and requesting trial transcripts, sticky notes and paperclips.