Republicans cried foul this week over $200 million earmarked in the House Democrats’ massive $3.5 trillion budget resolution for the Presidio Park in House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s San Francisco district, according to reports.
Kodak's apology to China's government and its removal of an Instagram post showing the situation in Xinjiang had U.S. Sen. Rick Scott "deeply concerned,” the Florida Republican said Wednesday.
Despite more than seven months in office, President Biden has still not gotten a permanent head of the Food and Drug Administration installed.
Vice President Kamala Harris said on Wednesday the U.S. plans to donate 1 million Pfizer coronavirus vaccine doses to Vietnam, where only 2% of the population has been vaccinated.
Tech companies like Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn were working this week to secure the accounts of Afghans at risk of being targeted by the Taliban, which has taken over the country, according to reports.
Olympic gold medalist swimmer Katie Ledecky will be leaving Tokyo with two gold medals and two silvers, and reportedly a large tax bill.
Apple revealed plans to start scanning iPhone photos for images of child pornography, a move that received praise from child protection groups but raised red flags over privacy and the potential for misuse.
Recent high school graduate Oliver Daemen became the youngest person to go into space Tuesday morning after he secured one of four seats on billionaire Jeff Bezos’ first crewed Blue Origin flight that blasted off from Texas Tuesday morning.
A base-priced $129,900 Tesla Model S Plaid burst into flames while being driven this week, forcing the driver to push his way out before the car became engulfed in fire, the lawyer for the car’s Pennsylvania owner said, according to reports.