The Supreme Court steps in to fight over an abortion pill: What happens now?
Author: wire reports
Is Tupperware going out of business?
Tupperware, which experienced a resurgence during the pandemic, is now pursuing investors to keep it afloat, it said.
Prominent tech executive stabbed to death on street in San Francisco
The Cash App founder killed in San Francisco stabbing near the San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge, near the Embarcadero. Police have not released information about a suspect.
Stop using these eye products linked to 3 deaths, removal of 4 eyeballs, CDC warns
“We urge consumers to stop using these products which may be harmful to their health,” FDA’s Jeremy Khan wrote in an emailed statement.
Are raccoon dogs actually dogs? New COVID-19 testing spotlights animal
How the coronavirus emerged remains unclear. Many scientists believe it most likely jumped from animals to people, as many other viruses have in the past, at a wildlife market in Wuhan, China. But Wuhan is home to several labs and some scientists say the virus may have leaked from one.
Ex-White House official from Oregon dies of injuries after private jet turbulence
Born in eastern Oregon, she ended up working in both the Clinton and Obama administrations.
What’s the fuss over Roald Dahl’s books? Critics say changes are ‘censorship’
Roald Dahl’s books have been edited to stop calling people fat so much among other changes. Critics say changes are “woke” and unnecessary.
S. California sees some rain relief but N. California still battered
A sizable sinkhole in Los Angeles County swallowed a car and then a pickup truck. The Los Angeles Fire Department rescued two people from the first vehicle, while another pair driving the truck escaped without assistance.
What happened to 6-year-old who shot teacher? How did he get the gun?
The police chief hailed the teacher as a hero for quickly hustling her students out of the classroom after she was shot. He said surveillance video shows she was the last person to leave her classroom.
MegaMillions jackpot for Jan. 10, 2023, grows to more than $1 billion
Will someone finally break the trend and win a $1.1 billion Mega Millions jackpot? Regardless of how long it takes, the odds of winning the top lottery prize don’t change, and they’re formidable at 1 in 302.6 million.