LSU puts a ring on a viral sensation of a women’s tournament, one that left the sport in a privileged place.
The AI-powered chatbot called itself Sydney, claimed to have its “own personality” - and objected to being interviewed for this article.
Accused of cheating, Kellie and Kayla Bingham sued their school, arguing they tested similarly because they’re identical twins. A jury awarded them $1.5 million.
Prosecutors in Fulton County, Ga., have told Rudy Giuliani’s lawyers that he is a target of their ongoing criminal probe of efforts to overturn the results of the 2020 election, a Giuliani lawyer said Monday.
As they worked to overturn Donald Trump’s 2020 election defeat, Sidney Powell and other lawyers arranged for a forensic data firm to access county election systems in at least three battleground states, according to documents obtained by The Washington Post.
Fires started by Russian airstrikes on their fields and silos are the latest peril that grain farmers face in the Mykolaiv region.
The federal government on Saturday signed a historic agreement with five tribes to co-manage Bears Ears National Monument in Utah.
Senate Minority Whip John Thune’s remarks follow arguments from other Republicans in the weeks after the mass shootings in Buffalo, Uvalde and Tulsa that Americans use AR-15s to kill feral pigs, hunt hogs and get rid of raccoons.
People attempting to board flights faced beatings by Taliban guards, the crush of heaving crowds and interminable waits in the dust and heat.
The situation in Afghanistan unraveled with quicksilver speed over the first three days of Biden’s long-planned vacation, which he curtailed Monday to return to the White House to address the nation.
In recent months, Pakistan, China and India have escalated their diplomatic outreach to the group in anticipation of the possibility that the Taliban would grow into a political force.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is betting that his standing has been improved by his government’s response to the coronavirus pandemic while his main opponent has failed to gain traction with voters.
For some Americans, the pandemic has triggered a great reassessment of work and life. A Post-Schar School poll finds many are considering shifts in their careers and communities.
Senior U.S. officials said the Pentagon fell victim to the conceit that it could build from scratch an enormous Afghan army and police force with 350,000 personnel.
A sense of desperation about the future of women’s rights activists and others has followed the Taliban takeover.