Architect Of The Capitol Outlines $30 Million In Damages From Pro-Trump Riot

The congressional official also says most of his staff have not yet been vaccinated, despite their continuing work at the Capitol campus to repair damage from the insurrection.

8.7 Million People Under Boil Water Notices In Texas

The figure is a sharp drop from the weekend – but it's still roughly comparable to the entire populations of states such as Virginia or New Jersey.

Texas Family Sues Power Provider, Utility Overseer After Son Dies In Freezing Weather

Cristian Pavon died last Tuesday when the local temperature was 12 degrees, according to a relative who set up a fundraising page for his family.

U.S. Court Sides With Family Of Man Killed In Crash Involving Diplomat’s Wife

Anne Sacoolas, whose SUV struck and killed Harry Dunn in England, had asked the judge to dismiss the U.S. case to compel Dunn's family to pursue the lawsuit in U.K. courts.

Texas Governor Calls For Investigation Into Group That Manages State Power Grid

Dire warnings of price hikes are coming from electricity retailers that normally offer customers low prices based on daily wholesale rates. They are telling customers to conserve or switch providers.

Chicago Teachers Union OKs Deal To Return To Class, With Vaccines Promised

The agreement calls for Chicago Public Schools to provide "at least 1,500 first vaccine doses per week" to employees, with second doses guaranteed.

S.C. Gives Highest Civilian Honor To Principal Who Got A Walmart Job To Help Students

Henry Darby took on a part-time at Walmart, stocking shelves from 10 p.m. to 7 a.m., three nights every week.

U.S. Judge Grants Accused Rioter’s Request To Vacation In Mexico

Jenny Cudd is accused of two misdemeanors: entering a restricted building or grounds, and violent entry or disorderly conduct. She told the court she had already paid for the work-related trip.

NFL Offers All 30 Stadiums For Use As Coronavirus Vaccine Sites

Each NFL team "will make its stadium available for mass vaccinations of the general public," NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell said in a letter to President Biden.

Lord’s Resistance Army Commander Dominic Ongwen Is Convicted Of War Crimes

A former child soldier, Ongwen was the first LRA commander to face trial for the group's terror campaign. The charges include numerous crimes against girls and women, including forced pregnancy.