Xi Says China Will Not Rule Out Use of Force on Taiwan
President Xi Jinping said China would work for a peaceful unification with Taiwan but that it reserved the right to use force and 'all measures necessary.'
Flooding Batters Southeast Australia
Two people were killed, hundreds of homes were inundated and thousands of people were told to evacuate after rainfall and rising waters caused flooding on Australia's southeast coast.
Police Respond to Shooting in Raleigh, N.C.
Officers from several law enforcement agencies rushed to a residential area in the city's northeast after at least five people were shot and killed.
The House Jan. 6 Panel Votes to Subpoena Trump
The House select committee voted to subpoena Donald J. Trump to question him about his role in the Jan. 6 Capitol attack.
Jan. 6 Panel Shows Documentary Footage of Roger Stone as Evidence
The video evidence, turned over by Danish filmmakers, shows the political operative Roger J. Stone Jr. saying former president Donald J. Trump would 'claim victory' in the 2020 election.
2 Bristol Police Officers Killed in Apparent Ambush
The Connecticut State Police said that the initial 911 report of a possible domestic dispute may have been a ruse. Two officers were shot dead and another was seriously injured.
Jury Decides on Life in Prison for Parkland Killer
A former student who pleaded guilty to murdering 17 people at a Florida high school in 2018 will not be executed, a state jury decided.
State Attorney General to Investigate Los Angeles Redistricting
California's attorney general announced that his office would investigate Los Angeles's redistricting process after a recording emerged of city council members discussing ways to change political boundaries. Protesters at the Los Angeles City Council meeting called for their resignation.
Biden Designates Camp Hale in Colorado a National Monument
President Biden has named Camp Hale, a World War II military installation in the mountains of Colorado, a national monument. The designation protects the area from mining and development.
Deadly Protests in Iran Continue Into Fourth Week
Despite violent government crackdowns, protests over the death of Mahsa Amini have intensified, with workers from the country's vital oil sector going on strike this week.