Archbishop says troops shouldn’t have to follow military COVID-19 vaccine mandate. But what does the pope say?
The Archbishop for the Military Services said Catholic service members shouldn’t be punished for refusing the COVID-19 vaccine based on conscience.
Jill Biden’s ex-husband questioned by NY police over alleged affair with Robert Durst’s first wife
The ex-husband of first lady Jill Biden has been approached by New York state investigators regarding the 1982 disappearance of Robert Durst’s first wife, according to a report, as a Westchester County grand jury on the millionaire real estate scion-turned-convicted killer is set to convene next week.
Blue Origin takes Shatner, 3 others to space
Hollywood’s Captain Kirk, 90-year-old William Shatner, blasts into space and reaches the final frontier aboard a ship built by Jeff Bezos’ Blue Origin company. (Oct. 13)
Capitol Police who protect members of Congress must get vaccinated or be reassigned
All members of the US Capitol Police Department’s division responsible for protecting lawmakers must be fully vaccinated against Covid-19 by December 6 or they’ll be reassigned, according to an internal memo reviewed by CNN.
Georgia police say woman who tried to rob 2 men at gunpoint was shot to death by own firearm
Georgia police on Wednesday identified a dead female robbery suspect who allegedly tried to rob two men at gunpoint inside a vehicle but was shot and killed by her own gun during a struggle.
East preview: Bucks have the title, 76ers, Nets have drama
The Brooklyn Nets look like such a title favorite that James Harden felt the need for a reminder they aren’t a title team.
NFLPA, attorneys representing ex-Washington employees push league to release emails following Gruden scandal
The NFL Players Association and attorneys representing 40 former Washington Football Team employees are now pushing the league to release the 650,000 emails reviewed as part of an investigation into the club’s workplace conduct as a result of the Jon Gruden email scandal.
Federal judge finds DC jail warden in contempt, demands DOJ civil rights probe of Jan. 6 detainees
A federal judge has found the warden of a D.C. jail and the director of the D.C. Department of Corrections in contempt of court Wednesday and called for an investigation by the Department of Justice to determine whether the jail has violated the civil rights of Jan. 6 defendants.
‘AGT’ judge Howie Mandel rushed to hospital after passing out at Starbucks in Los Angeles: report
Howie Mandel was transported to a hospital in Los Angeles after he visited a local Starbucks with his wife and friends and ended up passing out, according to a report.
Passengers are bringing a record number of guns to the airport, TSA says
Airline passengers are bringing guns to the airport in numbers never seen before, and it is a “huge problem,” the Transportation Security Administration chief told CNN.