Cheney was removed after she repeatedly rebuked Donald Trump for his false claims of election fraud, and the former president quickly responded that Cheney was a “bitter, horrible human being”.
- by Alan Fram and Kevin Freking
The Israeli government, the surrounding Arab nations and the Palestinian Authority all desperately want to shut down the crisis but the call to arms has moved to social media.
- by Thomas L. Friedman
P&G’s brands include Gillette, Pantene, Olay, Tampax, Vicks and Old Spice, but it’s the company’s non-profit work that lines up with the royal couple.
Cheney said those who dispute the election results were at war with the Constitution and were sowing the seeds of future political violence.
- by Matthew Knott
She indicated she would seek the death penalty for the suspect who was also charged with one count of domestic terrorism.
- by Nicholas Bogel-Burroughs
“The museum has long had an interest in the themes of inspiration and imagination,” Margaret Weitekamp, a Smithsonian curator, said.
- by Gabrielle Russon and Orlando Sentinel
“We are asking people not to hoard,” US Energy Secretary Jennifer Granholm told reporters at the White House. “Things will be back to normal soon.”
- by Laura Sanicola and Devika Krishna Kumar
One 2020 study found that nearly half of mass shooters between 1966 and 2020 have a history of violence against women.
- by Anne Branigin
Over the past decade Drew Weissman and Katalin Kariko have been working on a variety of vaccines. The pandemic accelerated the trials of their technology.
- by Harry de Quetteville
Is Apple abusing a monopoly over how over a billion iPhone owners download their apps? The question seems to be one that serves mainly to lead to more questions.
- by James Titcomb
The Hollywood Foreign Press Association has been under close scrutiny following an investigation that showed the group of 87 journalists had no black members.
- by Lisa Richwine and Jill Serjeant