With more than 1,000 books being banned in some 86 school districts in 26 states including 713 in Texas, librarians there say they are feeling pressure and harassment as they try to balance the wishes of their communities with censorship concerns.
The remains of a 17-year-old girl from the Rochester, New York area who had been missing for more than 13 years were discovered in Georgetown County, South Carolina last week, and the suspect in her death is in police custody, law enforcement officials said Monday.
Gerber-owner Nestle will fly extra baby formula to the United States to try to resolve acute shortages, The Wall Street Journal reported.
A bill authorizing the Congressional Gold Medal to the Army Ranger veterans of World War II is awaiting the signature of President Joe Biden. The House passed the bill on Wednesday, according to Military.com.
During the first public hearing on UFOs in more than 50 years on Tuesday, the Pentagon’s top intelligence official promised that “rigorous scientific analysis” would be used to learn more about the mysterious objects.
Navy Secretary Carlos Del Toro is slated to visit the USS George Washington Tuesday following a rash of suicides in the last year among sailors assigned to the ship, including three during a short span in April, according to military officials.
Billionaire Elon Musk praised Netflix for telling employees to quit if they don’t want to work on content they don’t agree with.
The suspected gunman in the Buffalo, New York, supermarket shooting that left 10 people dead planned to continue his rampage down the street, it was reported on Monday.
The state of New York already has some of the most strict gun laws in the country, but the reporting system involved in the federal statutes “is usually the problem” in cases such as the weekend’s deadly mass shooting at a Buffalo grocery store on Saturday.
A new federal securities filing indicated that former President Donald Trump could return to Twitter if and when his permanent ban from the social media platform is rescinded.