U.N.: Over 470 Confirmed Civilian Deaths In Ukraine; 861 Hurt
The human rights office uses strict methodology and only reports casualties it has been able to verify.
Bus plummets 50 feet from road in Venice, killing at least 21
Rescuers said the fact that the bus was electric contributed to the massive fire and made rescue operations more difficult.
US warns of Chinese global disinformation campaign
The State Department laid out Beijing's tactics for molding public opinion, such as buying content and creating fake personas to spread its message.
White House pushes for even more Ukraine aid amid House turmoil
President Biden held a call Tuesday morning with nearly a dozen leaders of allies and partners to reaffirm the U.S. commitment to Ukraine.
Over 40 countries pledge to raise $12 billion to help coral reefs
The move is vital for protecting at least 25% of the world's marine species and over a billion people who depend on healthy coral reefs.
Girl Scouts puts popular cookie variety 'on pause'
Girl Scout cookie season starts in January with 12 varieties.
CDC will no longer distribute COVID-19 vaccine cards
Those seeking vaccine records can contact their state health department's immunization information system.