The gunman, who killed eight people before shooting himself, appeared to have fired his rifle at “random,” officials said. At least four of those killed were members of the Sikh community in Indianapolis.
Hunter Biden spent two years as a silent character in an explosive narrative at the center of the presidential campaign. Now he’s emerging to tell a story of addiction, with the ever-present danger of a relapse that could endanger his health — and his father’s work.
President Biden signaled a focus on Asia by making Japanese Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga his first in-person foreign guest. Biden pledged cooperation across a range of issues, including climate change and coronavirus vaccine distribution.
More than 200 Texans have joined what is expected to be a flood of liability suits. And state political leaders in Austin are feeling intense pressure to recast the electricity market to try to avoid another debacle.
The idea that immigrants are “replacing” and thus diluting other American voters has begun to take hold, reflecting Donald Trump's lasting impact among conservatives as well as just how ripe the party was for such a shift.
Syrian refugee Mahmoud Mansour, 47, helps his daughter Sahar, 8, with her homework in Amman, Jordan, in January. Mansour's family had completed the work to go to the U.S. when the Trump administration issued its travel ban. (Omar Akour/AP)
For some, the U.S. invasion created opportunities. But the same forces and the policy that guided them also ripped communities apart, led to thousands of civilian casualties and left the Taliban a more formidable force than the group was before its overthrow.
As vaccine eligibility expands and schools come closer to reopening for the fall, at least a dozen campuses have shared plans to mandate vaccines. Some are also considering requirements for faculty and staff.
Family members and friends at a recent candlelight vigil for James Johnson and Dominique Williams, the two men shot and killed by an off-duty Pentagon Force Protection officer in the parking lot of a Takoma Park condo, in Md. (Bill O'Leary/The Washington Post)
Many companies in the hospitality business have refined technologies and practices to serve customers with fewer people, leaving some laid-off workers wondering whether they’ll ever get the call to come back.