UK: 3 Arrested Over Car Explosion Outside Liverpool Hospital
British police have arrested three men under terrorism laws after a car exploded outside a hospital in Liverpool, killing one man and injuring another.
Israel Approves Coronavirus Vaccines for Younger Children
Israel has approved giving the COVID-19 vaccine to children between the ages of 5 and 11.
Funeral Held for Texas Teen Who Died at Astroworld Festival
Brianna Rodriguez, who was killed as the crowd pushed toward the stage at Astroworld in Houston, was remembered by friends and family for her friendliness and love of dance.
Kaiser Permanente, Unions Reach Labor Deal to Avert Strike
An alliance of unions representing 50,000 Kaiser Permanente workers in California, Oregon and six other states has called off a strike notice after reaching a tentative labor deal with the health care network.
EXPLAINER: Why Quitting Coal is So Hard
The wording was weakened one last time just before the gavel came down Saturday after coal-dependent India insisted on replacing the words “phase out” with “phase down.”
Biden Hails Infrastructure Win as ‘Monumental Step Forward’
President Joe Biden is hailing Congress’ passage of his $1 trillion infrastructure package as a “monumental step forward for the nation."
2 F.E. Warren Senior Airmen Among 4 Killed In Colorado Crash
Two victims of a head-on crash that killed four people on a highway south of the Wyoming-Colorado line were U.S. Air Force senior airmen.
American Airlines Cancels Hundreds of Weekend Flights
Flight cancellations are skyrocketing at American Airlines. The airline has canceled more than 800 flights on Sunday, or nearly 30% of its schedule for the day.
UN Chief to Sudan Army: Reverse Coup, Take Heed of Protests
The United Nations chief has urged Sudan’s generals to reverse their takeover of the country.
G-20 Make Mild Pledges on Climate Neutrality, Coal Financing
Leaders of the world’s biggest economies have made a watered-down commitment to seek carbon neutrality “by or around mid-century” as they wrapped up a two-day summit.