(WASHINGTON) -- After four years of President Donald Trump tilting U.S. policy toward Israel, Secretary of State Antony Blinken seems intent on a reset. In his first swing through the Middle East, America's new top diplomat tried to resume the United States' historic role as... Read More.
(COLUMBUS, Ohio) -- Abbigail Bugenske now has a million-dollar check to go with her clean bill of health. Ohio lottery officials revealed Wednesday evening that Bugenske, a resident of Silverton, was the first winner of the state's much-anticipated "Vaxx-a-Million" sweepstakes. The five-week contest is offered... Read More.
(COLUMBUS, Ohio) -- One lucky Ohio resident will find out Wednesday night if they're getting a million-dollar check to go with their clean bill of health. The state will announce the first winners of its highly anticipated "Vaxx-a-Million" sweepstakes, which is offered to all residents... Read More.
(NEW YORK) — In a once in a lifetime event, the night sky on Wednesday will be both the brightest and darkest ever seen. This week's full moon will be the second supermoon of the season, appearing brighter and larger than usual. According to
(NEW YORK) -- Subtropical storm Ana, which formed in the Atlantic Saturday morning, is the first named storm of the 2021 Atlantic hurricane season. For the seventh year in a row, there has been a named storm formed prior to the official start of hurricane... Read More.
(NEW YORK) -- Apparel company Zara announced the launch of its first beauty collection. Zara Beauty will feature accessibly priced makeup, inlcuding for eyes and nails, the brand said. Zara said its new collection is aimed at embracing individuality, and offers over 130 diverse shades throughout... Read More.
(NEW YORK) -- The Biden administration on Friday announced travel restrictions from India as the first U.S. relief arrived to help the country deal with a fast-growing COVID-19 crisis. "On the advice of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the Administration will restrict travel... Read More.
(WASHINGTON) -- Nearly two dozen candidates will face off Saturday in the race to succeed the late Republican Rep. Ron Wright of Texas, who died in February after suffering from COVID-19 and complications from cancer. The contest presents the first competitive election of the Biden... Read More.
(WASHINGTON) -- For the first time Wednesday night, two women will be seated behind a president making an address to a joint session of Congress. As millions of Americans watch on TV and computer screens, Vice President Kamala Harris will be visible to the left... Read More.