(WASHINGTON) -- The Food and Drug Administration and Abbott Nutrition have agreed on a plan to resume operations at its infant formula facility in Sturgis, Michigan, the company announced on Monday. While the news will be welcomed by frustrated dealing who are struggling find formula... Read More.
(NOTE CONTENT) In a Virginia courtroom today, attorneys for Amber Heard were unsuccessful in their motion to lobby Judge Penny Azcarate to dismiss the $50 million defamation lawsuit leveled against the actress by her ex-husband Johnny Depp. As reported, Depp is alleging a 2018 op-ed... Read More.
(OXFORD, Mich.) -- The 15-year-old boy charged with multiple counts of murder stemming from a November mass shooting at Michigan's Oxford High School must remain in an adult jail, a judge ordered Thursday as the teen's court-appointed guardian said it's now up to the... Read More.
(NEW YORK) -- Southwest flight attendants are "outraged" after the airline announced on Thursday that it is planning to resume on-board alcohol sales in two weeks. The airline had postponed the return of alcohol sales in late May citing the uptick in unruly passenger incidents. The... Read More.
(AUSTIN, Texas) -- Hours after a federal judge temporarily blocked enforcement of the most restrictive abortion law in the country, some Texas clinics have resumed providing abortions after a so-called fetal heartbeat is detected. Under SB8, physicians are banned from providing abortions once they detect... Read More.
(NORTH PORT, Fla.) -- A search for Brian Laundrie, the boyfriend of 22-year-old Gabby Petito, resumed on Sunday in a 24,565-acre preserve in Florida as authorities more than 2,300 miles away combed Grand Teton National Park for clues on the whereabouts of the woman... Read More.
(SURFSIDE, Fla.) -- One week after a 12-story residential building partially collapsed in South Florida's Miami-Dade County, at least 18 people have been confirmed dead while 145 others remain unaccounted for, officials said. The massive search and rescue operation, now in its eighth day, was... Read More.
(WASHINGTON) -- The Transportation Security Administration will resume crew member self-defense training in early July. The program was previously paused due to the pandemic and its restart comes amid an increase in unruly passenger incidents on flights. "Through this training program, TSA's Federal Air Marshals are... Read More.
(ATLANTA) -- U.S. cruises could resume as early as mid-July, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is now telling the cruise industry. Since March 2020, the CDC has blocked cruise ships that carry more than 250 people from sailing in U.S. waters. The CDC clarified... Read More.