Thirty-six people, including more than 20 children, were killed by an attacker at a child care center in Nong Bua Lamph. The shooter was a former police officer who had been fired for possessing methamphetamines and reportedly killed himself after the attack.
The Nobel Prize in Literature was awarded to French author Annie Ernaux today. Ernaux is well known for her deeply personal books, which tell stories about a back-alley abortion and love affairs and explore the distortions of personal memory.
Three House Democrats have proposed legislation to end troop protection in Saudi Arabia after OPEC+ announced yesterday that they are slashing oil production to keep oil prices sky-high in the West and boost profits for Moscow.
Amazon announced they intend to hire 150k holiday workers, including part-time, seasonal, and full-time positions. The upcoming holiday season is expected to be difficult for many families, as a recent poll from the National Retail Federation revealed that 43% of consumers don't have enough money to pay for gifts.
New details have emerged from an inadvertently unsealed log of the documents taken from the former president, Donald Trump's residence in Mar-a-Lago. The log reveals that the documents are not protected by attorney-client privilege and are a mix of personal documents, potential pardons, and various legal documents.Go deeper →
The city of Rochester will pay $12 million for the wrongful death of Daniel Prude while in police custody in 2020.Go deeper →
Google revealed new details about the Pixel 7, Pixel 7 Pro, and the Pixel Watch at the Pixel event today in Brooklyn.Go deeper →
Middle school and High schoolers replaced Juuls with disposable vapes after the FDA stopped Juul from selling vapes with flavored cartridges targeted toward youths, according to new data from federal agencies. 2.5 million kids say they use vapes or e-cigarettes, either containing nicotine, synthetic nicotine, or THC. The FDA is struggling to keep up with an oversaturated e-cigarette and vape market.
Officers are responding to an active shooting at a Hampton Inn in Dearborn, Michigan. Officers evacuated guests and staff of the hotel. The shooter is \"contained,\" and officers are negotiating with him.
President Biden announced a sweeping federal pardon of all simple marijuana possession convictions. In doing so, he pardoned thousands of people in the most extensive action the White House has ever undertaken regarding US drug policy.Go deeper →
Federal agents have presented the U.S. Attorney of Delaware with sufficient evidence to charge President Joe Biden's son, Hunter Biden, with tax crimes and for making a false statement to purchase a firearm. U.S. Attorney of Delaware David Weiss, appointed by former president Trump, will need to decide what to do with the evidence.
Two people were killed and six people people were injured after being stabbed by an attacker outside of the Wynn Casino on the Vegas Strip today in Las Vegas. The suspect is in custody.
Republican Senator Ben Sasse from Nebraska is stepping down from his seat to become the president of the University of Florida. Nebraska Governor Pete Ricketts will tap Sasse's successor.
The first trailer for \"Super Mario Bros\" from Nintendo was released today. Fans were excited about the visual quality of the animation, but some were disappointed by Chris Pratt, who voices Mario. The cast is stacked, including actors like Charlie Day, Anya Taylor-Joy, Seth Rogen, Jack Black, and Keegan-Michael Key.
The Edit Tweet function became available to U.S. Twitter Blue users today.
One of the leaders of the far-right extremist group, the Proud Boys, has pleaded guilty to the charge of seditious conspiracy for his involvement with the Capitol riot. Jeremy Bertino is the first member of the organization to plead guilty.