California OKs Reopening of Ball Parks, Disneyland
New rules allow concert stadiums and sports arenas to reopen with limited attendance on April 1.
Senate Dems Strike Jobless Aid Deal, Relief Bill OK in Sight
The overall bill, President Joe Biden’s top legislative priority, is aimed at battling the killer pandemic and nursing the staggered economy back to health.
Pope Urges Iraq to Embrace Its Christians On Historic Visit
Pope Francis has urged Iraqis to treat their Christian brothers as a precious resource to protect, not an “obstacle” to eliminate as he opens the first-ever papal visit to Iraq.
Governor of Top Coal-Mining State Sets Carbon-Negative Goal
The governor of Wyoming, the top coal-mining state in the nation, is setting a goal of capturing more carbon dioxide than the state emits.
U.S. Senate Energy Panel Backs Haaland for Interior Secretary
Wyoming Sen. John Barrasso, the committee's top Republican on the committee, opposed her nomination.
WATCH: General Says Pentagon Hesitated on Sending Guard to Capitol Riot
The Defense Department took more than three hours to dispatch the National Guard to the deadly riot at the U.S. Capitol despite a frantic request for reinforcement from police.
SUV in Crash Where 13 Died Came Through Hole in Border Fence
The Border Patrol says 13 people killed in a Southern California crash were among more than 40 migrants who entered the U.S. through a hole cut into the border fence with Mexico.
Biden Stands by May Timeline for Vaccines for All US Adults
President Joe Biden says the U.S. expects to take delivery of enough coronavirus vaccine for all adults by the end of May — two months earlier than anticipated.
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.