Relatives of Covid victims slam UK PM Johnson after he was seen painting on vacation

Relatives of Covid-19 victims have hit out at “deeply upsetting” images of Boris Johnson seen painting while on vacation — just one day after his government was slated for its handling of the pandemic.

Wendy’s will guarantee your fries are hot and crispy — or it will replace them

Wendy’s highly anticipated new french fries are officially on sale — and they’re coming with a guarantee.

Ohio woman with stage 4 liver disease denied lifesaving transplant surgery over vax requirement

An Ohio hospital denied a woman a liver transplant due to her refusing to get the coronavirus vaccine.

Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 booster shot bolsters immune defense, FDA staff say

A booster of Johnson & Johnson’s Covid-19 vaccine showed signs of significantly bolstering the immune defenses of study subjects, federal health regulators said Wednesday.

Alex Murdaugh’s lawyer details day of roadside shooting in alleged botched suicide scheme

A defense attorney for Alex Murdaugh, scion of a South Carolina law dynasty now the center of multiple state law enforcement investigations following the still unsolved June murders of his wife and son, detailed his client’s frame of mind hours before an alleged botched shooting Labor Day weekend.

Boston Bomber case: Kavanaugh, Kagan clash in rare testy exchange over mitigating evidence

The Supreme Court is considering whether to uphold an appeals court’s decision to overturn Boston Bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev’s death sentence.

Haunted US hotels you can stay at this Halloween

If you’re looking for somewhere to visit this Halloween, check out one of these haunted hotels.

Ex-felon cousins get 45 days in jail for storming US Capitol

Two cousins with extensive criminal records were sentenced Wednesday to 45 days in jail for storming the US Capitol during the pro-Trump insurrection on January 6.

Boston advances plan to move homeless addicts into jail once used for ICE detainees amid progressive pushback

Suffolk County Sheriff Steve Tompkins is forging ahead with plans to transform the currently unused South Bay jail’s “building eight” into a place where addicts can begin recovery. His proposal had received pushback from Democratic U.S. Rep. Ayanna Pressley and other liberal activists last month.

Analysis: The bitter irony behind Jon Gruden’s resignation

Jon Gruden’s resignation as head coach of the Las Vegas Raiders is a prime example of what marketing strategists call “going off brand.”