Congress Debates COVID Relief As Shutdown Deadline Approaches
Congress is debating additional COVID relief, and working to avoid a government shutdown. But much is still undecided.
Congress approves short-term funding bill to avoid government shutdown
This short-term bill agreement really just puts a Band-Aid on an issue that was supposed to be resolved last year.
Republican blocks Senate bill adding federal protections to IVF
Sen. Tammy Duckworth, a Democrat from Illinois, had called on the Senate to pass the Access to Family Building Act by unanimous consent.
Mitch McConnell will step down as Senate Republican leader
McConnell said he plans to serve out the remainder of his Senate term, which ends in January 2027.
Iris Apfel, fashion icon known for her eye-catching style, dies at 102
No cause of death was given. Apfel was famous for her irreverent, eye-catching outfits, mixing haute couture and oversized costume jewelry.
Elon Musk sues OpenAI for 'perverting' its nonprofit mission
According to the lawsuit, it was originally agreed that OpenAI would be run as an open-source nonprofit for pubic benefit.
Certain doorbell cameras allow outsiders complete access, report says
A report found various brands of doorbell cameras sold by Amazon, Walmart, Sears and more have serious security flaws.