PPP funds given to debarred companies
NBC News identified 60 businesses told not to do business with the federal government that received Paycheck Protection Program loans.
Black Americans are getting vaccinated at lower rates than white Americans
About 3 percent of Americans have received at least one dose of a coronavirus vaccine so far.
Pennsylvania GOP lawmakers fostered false election allegations that fueled Capitol riot
Rioters who supported Trump cited false allegations about election issues in Pennsylvania — shared by some of the state’s own Republican lawmakers...
Plagued with shortages, registration issues, NYC sees bumpy vaccine rollout
Hundreds of people flocked to the Brooklyn Army Terminal vaccination site this week, only to learn the shots weren't available.
'WandaVision' is Marvel's weird, twisted take on the suburban sitcom. Get excited.
"WandaVision" asks, "How weird can the MCU get?" The answer is pretty weird, but in a good way.
'Savage act': Searching for bodies of a lost family in rubble left by Afghan airstrike
U.S.-backed Afghan government and Taliban insurgents are engaged in historic talks to end the country's decadeslong conflict.
Alex Azar resigns as Health and Human Services Secretary, citing Capitol mob
Azar said his resignation would become effective on Jan. 20th, which is the same date he would have been leaving office once President-elect Joe...
Dustin Higgs, last convict scheduled to die under Trump, is executed
Higgs was the thirteenth federal convict put to death under Trump and the third this week to receive a lethal injection.
California sees record highs as Midwest deals with blizzard conditions
As blizzard conditions impacted parts of the Midwest, two Southern California coastal locations registered a national high temperature of 94.
'A long wait': Mississippi faces delays in vaccinating nursing home residents
“The stakes are high when there’s a delay in getting the vaccine out,” a public health expert said. "The worst outcome is people dying that didn’t...
NRA seeks bankruptcy protection, plans move from New York to Texas
"Obviously, an important part of this plan is 'dumping New York,'" NRA chief executive Wayne LaPierre said.
Gen Z has never known a world without online data sharing (and it shows)
Talking about the potential damage to credit scores might not hit the mark for a 17-year-old. But we have to find a way to educate our very online...