Colorado Hunter Banned From 48 States After Poaching Spree
Officials say he has 35 days to appeal the decision.
Ruling Stops Need for Small Film Permits at National Parks
A court in Washington ruled in January that the fees were unconstitutional under the First Amendment.
House Passes $1.9T Pandemic Bill on Near Party-Line Vote
The House has approved a $1.9 trillion pandemic relief bill in a win for President Joe Biden.
Mr. Potato Head drops the mister, sort of
Hasbro created confusion on Thursday when it removed the gender from its Mr. Potato Head brand, but not from the actual toy.
Chief: Capitol Police Were Unsure About Using Force Jan. 6
Police officers who defended the Capitol during the Jan. 6 insurrection did not properly lock down the building and were unsure of the rules for using deadly force against the rioter
Beat Poet, Publisher Lawrence Ferlinghetti Dies at 101
He was known for his City Lights bookstore in San Francisco, an essential meeting place for the Beats.
Judge Says Railroad Talks Should be Included in Lawsuits
The lawsuits say the railroads conspired to boost prices starting in 2003.
Millions Without Power in Texas as Winter Storm Slams US
The Electric Reliability Council of Texas is urging residents to reduce electricity.
Next Step for Trump Following Acquittal Could Be Courts
The next step for the former president could be the courts.
Trump Looks to Reassert Himself Following Impeachment Acquittal
After being barred from Twitter, the former president lacks the social media bullhorn that fueled his political rise.