As Myanmar Mourns Slain Protesters, Military Junta Threatens More Violence

Thousands gathered to mourn the first protester killed by the Myanmar military since a junta seized power earlier this month. The military has warned of more violence if protests continue.

Ocasio-Cortez Fundraising Drive For Texas Relief Raises $4 Million

What began as a call for donations to help Texas residents hurt by the storm grew into millions of dollars that will go to several local charities. Ocasio-Cortez visited a Houston food bank Saturday.

Biden Declares Disaster In Texas As Millions Are Asked To Continue Boiling Water

The president's declaration provides federal funding to individuals in 77 of the state's hardest-hit counties, opening up emergency aid for home repairs, temporary housing and other assistance.

Chicago Teachers At Odds With District Over School Reopening

Chicago Public Schools leaders want in-person classes to resume. The teachers union says it is "not willing to accept the inevitable illness and death a reckless reopening will inflict on our city."

LA COVID-19 Vaccinations Delayed By Protesters

Dozens of protesters gathered at the entrance to one of the nation's largest mass-vaccination sites, leading officials to shut down the entrance for an hour.

As Democrats Call For Marjorie Taylor Greene’s Removal, Republicans Stay Silent

The Georgia congresswoman, who has embraced wild conspiracy theories, has the backing of Donald Trump — and the ire of Democrats, who have called for her censure or removal.

Arizona Republicans Censure Party Leaders At Odds With Trump

State GOP members passed resolutions at a meeting on Saturday to condemn three party leaders who they said failed to support President Trump: Gov. Doug Ducey, former Sen. Jeff Flake and Cindy McCain.

Who Wants To Be A Billionaire? $1 Billion Winning Lottery Ticket Sold In Michigan

It's the third-largest lotto jackpot in U.S. history. The odds of winning the top prize were 1 in 302.5 million.

Pope Prays For U.S. Capitol Victims, Urges Americans To Protect Democratic Values

In remarks at the Vatican on Sunday, Pope Francis condemned the violence at the U.S. Capitol and urged Americans to come together for the "common good."

Coronavirus: Numbers Rising In Nearly Every State; Capitol Siege Put Members At Risk

The U.S. is reporting more than 271,000 new cases each day. Congress' attending physician says lawmakers who sheltered in place last week may have been exposed to the virus.