California police officer killed in shooting, another officer injured: 'This is a tragedy beyond measure'
Covid-19 live updates: WHO scientist describes India numbers as ‘very worrying,’ with fatalities undercounted
India reported just over 329,000 new infections, which is a decrease from previous days but could mean the surge is moving to less-monitored regions.
A tiger roamed a residential street in Houston. It belongs to a man facing murder charges, police say.
A man got $5 million in coronavirus aid for ‘sham businesses,’ feds say. He spent it on exotic cars.
How trash talking on a Virginia storefront sign led to a friendly fight across the U.S.-Canada border
14-year-old boy charged in girl's death expected in court
Classmates, friends and family members gathered for a candlelight vigil to honor a 13-year-old cheerleader
The daily business briefing: May 11, 2021
1. The Food and Drug Administration on Monday approved administering Pfizer's COVID-19 vaccine to children ages 12 to 15 . It now needs CDC approval before it can be used on this age group. Pfizer's two-dose vaccine already has been approved for use in those 16 and older. The decision to allow emergency use of the vaccine that Pfizer developed with German partner BioNTech will speed up efforts ...
Late night hosts roast Medina Spirit's juicing scandal, 'cancel culture,' and Trump calling a horse a 'junky'
California's Newsom announces $76 billion budget surplus, rebate checks for Californians earning up to $75,000
Rare sight: Odd-looking deep water fish found washed up on California beach
The sharp-tooth Pacific Football Fish, a kind of anglerfish, is typically found in water depths of 3,000 feet.
Students demand resignation of California college president for failing to support professor in viral video
White House to Allow Undocumented Students Access to Pandemic Aid
A new rule coming from the Biden administration will allow “all students” to tap into some $36 billion in emergency stimulus funds flowing to colleges, including direct grants for those most in need.