Orioles Coaches, Players Won't Need To Wear Masks In Dugouts After Team Reaches 85% Vaccination RateThe Baltimore Orioles will be able to loosen some covid-19 restrictions during Wednesday's game.
Texas Sen. Ted Cruz Spends Over $240,000 On Facebook Advertising In Last Two MonthsFacebook has begun accepting political ads again and Texas Senator Ted Cruz-R is second only to Georgia Senator Raphael Warnock-D in ad spending on the platform.
Derek Chauvin Conviction: Judge Says Prosecutors ‘Proved Beyond A Reasonable Doubt’ Of Some Aggravating Sentencing FactorsJudge Peter Cahill says prosecutors in the Derek Chauvin trial have proven “beyond a reasonable doubt” some aggravating sentencing factors.
Pro-Palestine, Pro-Israel Protesters Clash In Manhattan Over Escalating Crisis In The Middle EastPro-Palestinians protested outside the Israeli consulate Tuesday, but they were met by counter-protesters carrying the flag of Israel.
Woman Punches Would-Be Car Thief, Chases Him Down Corona StreetWhen Samantha Raahauge found a stranger in the front seat of her 2007 Honda Civic trying to jam a shaved key into the ignition and steal the vehicle, she was infuriated.
Norman Lloyd, Veteran Actor, Producer, Writer Dies At 106Funeral services were pending Tuesday for Norman Lloyd, one of Hollywood's most veteran performers, who died Monday at 106 years old.
Peyton Manning Reviews Broncos' 2021 Schedule In Tease Video: 'I Beat Them, Beat Them, Destroyed Them'Former Denver Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning answered the call to help the team once again -- this time to get fans excited about next season's schedule.
COVID Recovery: State Senate Approves Plan To Permanently Allow To-Go Cocktail Sales In CaliforniaA proposal in the California legislature to permanently allow to-go cocktail sales, which began as a measure to help struggling bars and restaurants during the COVID-19 pandemic, moves closer to approval.
Medina Spirit Permitted To Enter Preakness, Maryland Jockey Club SaysDespite a failed drug test after the Kentucky Derby, Medina Spirit will be able to run the Preakness in Baltimore Saturday.
DC Michelin Star Restaurant Little Pearl Temporarily Closing In Part Due To Cicada SeasonA Michelin Star restaurant in Washington D.C. is temporarily closing in part due to cicada season.
Colorado Department Of Labor Writing Off $61 Million In Overpayments Made During PandemicA CBS4 Investigation has learned that the Colorado Department of Labor and Employment is writing off more than $61 million in overpayments.
Judge Orders Liberty Tax Service In Lynn To Shut Down After Owner Prohibited MasksA judge sided with the City of Lynn and ordered Liberty Tax Service to shut down after the business’s owner told customers and employees they were not allowed to wear masks.
Gas Prices Potentially On The Rise In Pittsburgh Area Following Cyber Attack On U.S. PipelineThe recent ransomware attack on the Colonial Pipeline could lead to more pain at the pumps when it comes to your wallet.
Reta Mays, Nursing Assistant Who Admitted To Killing 7 Patients At West Virginia VA Hospital To Be SentencedSentencing is set for Reta Mays, the former nursing assistant who admitted to killing seven elderly veterans with fatal doses of insulin at a West Virginia hospital.
95-Year-Old Cecil Lockhart Becomes Oldest Organ Donor In U.S. HistoryCecil Lockhart, a 95-year-old man from West Virginia, recently became the oldest organ donor in United States history after he died last week.
Unnecessary Roughness? Former Gophers Claim Tough Practices Ended Football CareersFormer Gopher athletes have come forward with allegations of tough football practices that ended their careers and they're not alone.
Rapping Senior Citizen Dancers Beat Back Asian Hate in San Francisco ChinatownA group of senior citizens in San Francisco's Chinatown are making their own moves against Asian hate crimes with a new rap that's mostly in Cantonese.
Foul Ball With Foul Results; Colorado Boy Receives 500 Stitches After Collision With Outfield FenceThere are exactly 108 stitches on a baseball. Christopher Valerio has that beat. Easily.
Stimulus Check Update: Will You Get A Fourth Relief Payment?With the latest round of stimulus checks already distributed to most eligible Americans, many wonder if additional aid is coming.
Adam Kinzinger Warned GOP Leader Kevin McCarthy Of Capitol Hill Violence, He Says He Was IgnoredIn the days before the Jan. 6 insurrection on Capitol Hill, Illinois congressman Adam Kinzinger warned GOP Leader Kevin McCarthy that spreading lies about presidential election fraud would lead to violence.
Novavax Announces Early Results Of Combination Flu, COVID-19 VaccineMaryland-based Novavax announced Monday the early data from its combination flu and covid-19 vaccine.
Tom Brady's First Career Touchdown Football Up For AuctionThe football Tom Brady threw to wide receiver Terry Glenn for the legendary quarterback’s first NFL touchdown pass is up for auction.
See It: NYPD Officers Rescue Ducklings, Lead Mama Duck And Family Back To Central ParkTwo NYPD officers rescued the dozen ducklings, who had wandered to Lexington Avenue on the Upper East Side Sunday morning.
Times Square Shooting: Intense Manhunt For Suspect; Sources Say Police Locate Discarded Clothes Nearby SceneThree people were hit, including a 4-year-old girl.
4 Former Minneapolis Officers Indicted On US Civil Rights Charges In George Floyd’s DeathA federal grand jury indicted the four former Minneapolis police officers involved in the death of George Floyd, accusing them of violating his constitutional rights as he was pinned to the pavement and died gasping for air.
Director Kelly Oxford On MTV Movie 'Pink Skies Ahead': 'I Haven't Seen Another Film That Delves Into Anxiety Like This One'A new movie from MTV shines a light on the realities of anxiety disorder for Mental Health Awareness Month.
California’s Population Falls For 1st Time In HistoryCalifornia's population has declined for the first time in its history.
Former First Lady Michelle Obama On Derek Chauvin Verdict: ‘There’s Still Work To Be Done’Former first lady Michelle Obama says she was relieved that former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin was convicted of murdering George Floyd, but that more work needs to be done to keep Black Americans safe.
Johns Hopkins University Helping India Fight Covid SurgeMore than 8,000 miles away, India is in the grips of a deadly second wave - and Johns Hopkins University is rushing to help out.