In Widely-Seen Gaffe, George W. Bush Decries ‘Brutal' Invasion of Iraq — When He Meant Ukraine
Former President George W. Bush compared Ukrainian leader Volodymyr Zelenskyy to Winston Churchill while commenting on the Russian invasion of Ukraine at an event at the Bush Center on Wednesday.
Experts Seriously Doubt Whether Patent Waivers on Covid-19 Vaccines Will Ever Come to Be
Calls to waive the patents on mRNA Covid vaccines have gained traction globally, but experts seriously doubt that they will ever come to be.
With More Than Half a Million Americans Unhoused, the U.S. Is Still Struggling to Solve the Homelessness Crisis
The Covid pandemic caused a surge in housing costs and a rise in unemployment, leaving nearly 600,000 Americans unhoused in 2020.
Former Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid Dead at 82
The former Senate majority leader died after a four-year battle with prostate cancer, his wife said Tuesday.
What Borrowers Need to Know About Biden Administration's Reforms to the Public Service Loan Forgiveness Program
Many borrowers are finally due to get their student loans excused under the public service loan forgiveness program, after reforms by the Biden administration.
GOP Rep. Devin Nunes Resigns From Congress to Become CEO of Trump's Media Company
Devin Nunes, the top Republican on the House Intelligence Committee, will start as CEO of Trump Media & Technology Group in January.
Many People Are Flying Private Jet Services for the First Time. Here's What They're Paying
The cost of private jet charters can vary wildly. Here’s why, and what new converts paid for their first flights during the pandemic.