The Nutcracker isn’t just a classic; it’s historically how ballet companies make about 50% of their yearly revenue. We look at the dance over the years.
Wednesday's batch of pardons also included the wife of Duncan Hunter, the former California congress member convicted of stealing campaign funds.
Trump's COVID Deal Politics Are Helping Democrats In Georgia With The Argument They're Already Making
Trump's last-minute COVID deal politics have made things easier for the Democratic Senate candidates — and line up with an argument progressives have already been making in Georgia.
ities said another COVID-19 patient became angry when the 82-year-old victim started praying and beat him to death.
Lockport City School District has argued that “history shows we are in good company.”
“I don’t want people to die — my paycheck isn't more important than someone else’s life.”
After making headlines for racism in 2020, CrossFit is also struggling to appease those who are taking the coronavirus seriously and those who are ignoring it.
The first Netflix drama produced by Shonda Rhimes had such potential but ends up being mind-numbingly dull. Spoilers ahead.
Pelosi offered to more than triple the size of stimulus checks Wednesday, but Republicans would have to agree to go along with it.
These are the films that give us all the ~holiday feels~.
Gifty is a doctoral candidate at Stanford, but in the face of family tragedy, she finds herself reconsidering the faith she left in her youth.
I Hoped Watching Sports Would Be An Escape From The Coronavirus. It Only Reminded Me Of Our Failures.
“Sports are a meaningful part of our culture … but the question is, at what cost?”
In a statement, the White House did not mention that 14 people were killed in the unprovoked attack, but called it a "situation [that] turned violent, which resulted in the unfortunate deaths and injuries of Iraqi civilians."
Trump Pardoned Political Allies And Former Republican Congress Members Who Were Convicted Of Federal Crimes
Former US Rep. Duncan Hunter was due to begin his 11-month prison sentence in 2021, but now he won't serve any time for misusing campaign funds.
“It does kind of feel like Etsy’s left us to the sharks," said one seller who fears customers will take out their USPS frustrations on her.
"Your [Holiday] Message Here."
Congress ended surprise billing, but only after doctors won a series of concessions that may let them charge insurers higher prices.
"I was hysterical, I thought about my kids and my life. I wondered if I was going to die," one of the detainees told BuzzFeed News.
A new lawsuit accuses Trump and the Republican National Committee of conspiring to violate the rights of Black voters.
Facebook Says It’s Standing Up Against Apple For Small Businesses. Some Of Its Employees Don’t Believe It.
“It feels like we are trying to justify doing a bad thing by hiding behind people with a sympathetic message."
"omg just got my stimulus check!!"
There Is Anger And Resignation In The Developing World As Rich Countries Buy Up All The COVID Vaccines
Mexico says it's wrong for wealthy countries to buy up more vaccines than they need, while others still don’t have access to a single dose.
A court reduced Skylar Mack's prison sentence from four months to two after she violated the nation's COVID-19 quarantine protocols to watch her boyfriend compete in a Jet Ski competition.
The son of Mexican immigrants, Alex Padilla will become California's first Latino US senator.
From heat records to a relentless series of hurricanes, weather-related destruction was on full display in 2020.
"It’s an extraordinary virus, the likes of which I’ve never, ever seen, and I’ve been doing this now for almost 40 years,” Anthony Fauci told BuzzFeed News.
The coronavirus has killed more than 300,000 in the United States and 1.8 million around the world, with more dying every day. We can't hold them all in our heads at once, but this is what we owe their memories.
The presidential transition team laid out several priorities, such as revising who can make an asylum claim first and ending what they call artificial capacity limits that restrict how many immigrants can be processed at the border.
Progressives hope two races in Georgia will give Democrats the Senate and increase their influence over the new administration. But if that doesn’t happen, they have a backup plan.
"I feel extreme confidence in the safety and the efficacy of this vaccine," said Fauci, who turns 80 on Thursday.
"Following the science is necessary but not sufficient," said Matthew Seeger, a risk communication expert.
Months after most of the previous COVID aid had expired, Congress has approved hundreds of billions of dollars in relief for businesses and individuals.
Businesses Will No Longer Have To Provide Paid Leave For Workers With COVID After Mitch McConnell Objected
Congress did not extend the paid leave mandate in its $900 billion COVID aid bill. Democrats hope to try again next year.
Elizabeth Williams and the Atlanta Dream were key to Raphael Warnock’s rise. The WNBA players have no plans to step back now.
Wedding Dress Designer Hayley Paige Says She's Lost The Right To Her Instagram And Own Name In Court
In a tearful announcement, the designer told fans she is being sued by her old parent company, which alleges it owns everything she built.
An American Teen And Her Boyfriend Are Facing 4 Months In Prison In The Cayman Islands For Breaking COVID-19 Rules
Skylar Mack violated the Cayman Islands' 14-day quarantine protocol when she left her residence to watch her boyfriend compete in a Jet Ski competition.
He also urged Americans that "if you don't have to travel, don't travel" for the holidays.
Judges across the country are urging state officials to consider the federal courts for vaccine priority lists.
The deal contains unemployment benefits, money for small businesses, and extends a federal ban on evictions. It is expected to pass before Christmas.
Teachers, Grocery Store Workers, And Those Older Than 75 Should Get The COVID-19 Vaccine Next, A CDC Panel Says
The second priority group includes approximately 49 million Americans, the advisory panel said.