Kuwait Reappoints Oil, Finance Ministers in New Cabinet

Kuwait Reappoints Oil, Finance Ministers in New Cabinet

KUWAIT (Reuters) – Kuwait’s Emir Sheikh Nawaf al-Ahmad al-Sabah issued a decree on Tuesday approving a…

Louisiana Governor Eases Virus Rules, Lets Bars Open Indoors

Louisiana’s bars can reopen indoors, restaurants can hold more customers and churches won’t have capacity limits…

Whitmer Faces Criticism Over Severance Deals for Officials

Gov. Gretchen Whitmer is facing criticism after the disclosure of another severance deal for a former…

San Francisco to Reopen With Indoor Dining, Movie Theaters

An upbeat Mayor London Breed announced San Francisco will reopen indoor dining, movie theaters and gyms…

Key NC Senator Explains Absence for Close Override Vote

A North Carolina legislator says he wasn’t on the Senate floor for a close veto override…

Historical Remains Found During Construction Reburied in NYC

New York city officials say human remains of early New Yorkers that were discovered during construction…

New Mexico Commuter Train Resumes Service After Shutdown

New Mexico’s commuter system linking metro Albuquerque with Santa Fe will resume service next Monday after…

Prosecutors Seek Validation of South Carolina Abortion Ban

Two of the prosecutors named as defendants in a federal lawsuit challenging South Carolina’s new law…

Supreme Court’s conservatives question effort to unwind voting laws that critics say discriminate

The Supreme Court heard arguments in a case about an Arizona law that bars groups from…

‘We all want to know’: FBI, Capitol police remain mum on what killed Officer Brian Sicknick

Nearly two months after the riot at the U.S. Capitol and the death of police Officer…