Chick-fil-A is Testing a Plant-Based ‘Chicken’ Sandwich
Chick-fil-A is jumping on the plant-based bandwagon.
2 Children Missing For a Year Found in a Grocery Store
The children had been missing from Clay County, Missouri, a suburb of Kansas City, since last March.
Pope, Anglican, Presbyterian Leaders Denounce Anti-gay Laws
Pope Francis has been backed by the ceremonial head of the Anglican Communion and top Presbyterian minister in calling for gays to be welcomed by their churches.
They Married at a Hospital Chapel, Days Before the Groom’s Triple Bypass Surgery
Married life requires adjusting to situations, and they faced a drastic one days before their vows were to be exchanged.
South Dakota GOP Lawmakers Push Trans Youth Health Care Ban
A group of South Dakota Republican lawmakers introduced a bill Tuesday to outlaw gender-affirming health care for transgender youth
Senate Passes $1.7 Trillion Bill to Fund Gov’t, Aid Ukraine
The Senate passed a massive $1.7 trillion spending bill Thursday that finances federal agencies through September and provides another significant round of military and economic aid to Ukraine one day after Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy's dramatic address to a joint meeting of Congress.
Jan. 6 Witness Recounts Pressure Campaign from Trump Allies
Former White House aide Cassidy Hutchinson described to the House Jan. 6 committee a wide-ranging pressure campaign from Donald Trump's allies aimed at influencing her cooperation with Congress and stifling potentially damaging testimony about him.
Millions to Lose Medicaid Coverage Under Congress’ Plan
Millions of people who enrolled in Medicaid during the COVID-19 pandemic could start to lose their coverage on April 1 if Congress passes the $1.7 trillion spending package leaders unveiled Tuesday.
Twitter Suspends Journalists Who Wrote About Elon Musk
Twitter on Thursday suspended the accounts of journalists who cover the social media platform and its new owner Elon Musk, including reporters working for The New York Times, Washington Post, CNN and other publications.
Bob McGrath, ‘Sesame Street’ legend, dies at 90
Actor, musician and children’s author widely known for his portrayal of one of the first regular characters on the children’s show “Sesame Street,” Bob McGrath, has died at the age of 90. McGrath’s passing was confirmed by his family who posted on his Facebook page on Sunday. Sesame Workshop tweeted S...