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
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.
The Royal Australian Navy has confirmed the two carcasses shifted from underneath the vessel as it berthed.
- by Sarah McPhee
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
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
Representative Adam Kinzinger said it should be Kevin McCarthy whose leadership is challenged, not Liz Cheney’s, who is expected to be purged by pro-Trump Republicans.
- by Colby Itkowitz
The ransomware group accused of crippling the leading US fuel pipeline operator says that its goal was to make money and not sow mayhem.
- by Raphael Satter