Autopilot likely not engaged in Texas Tesla crash, NTSB report says
The Tesla Model S involved in a fatal crash in Texas last month was likely not in Autopilot mode, according to the National Transportation Safety Board.
Park across from White House reopens after almost a year of being closed
Before Trump's photo-op in front of a church near the White House, protesters were forcibly removed from nearby Lafayette Square. The park had remained close since then.
What we know about the Colonial Pipeline ransomware cyberattack
What we know about the Colonial Pipeline cyberattack. The latest on who is behind it, how it could impact gas prices and more.
Drug overdoses skyrocket in Washington state amid COVID
Washington state health officials say preliminary data shows more people died of drug overdoses in 2020 in the state than any year in at least the past decade
DC aims for full reopening, with masks, by June 11
Georgia Gov. Kemp signs repeal of 1863 citizen's arrest law
Gov. Brian Kemp has signed a repeal of Georgia's Civil War-era citizen’s arrest law on Monday
Fort Bragg sergeant charged in death of fellow soldier
“There was nothing bad you can say about Kelia,” said Jadiah Farris, Kelia Horton's cousin. Horton, 22, was killed by a fellow Fort Bragg soldier.
NYPD officer rescues child during Times Square shooting
A quick-thinking NYPD officer rescued a 4-year-old girl who was shot in the Times Square shooting on Saturday.
Vaccine maker BioNTech says no need to waive patents
The head of German pharmaceutical company BioNTech said Monday that there is no need to waive patents on coronavirus vaccines because manufacturers will be able to produce enough shots to supply the world over the coming year
China defends handling of rocket that fell to Earth
China is defending its handling of a rocket booster that burned up over the Indian Ocean and says it is unfairly being held to different standards than the U.S. and other space programs