New York State Sending Millions of Covid Tests to School Districts
Gov. Kathy Hochul and her team announced that New York would deliver six million coronavirus tests to school districts across the state.
Biden Reassures Governors as Coronavirus Surges
The governor of Arkansas raised concerns about President Biden's plan for the federal government to purchase 500 million rapid at-home tests.
Israeli Hospital Studies Effects of a Fourth Dose of the Covid-19 Vaccine
An Israeli hospital is studying the effectiveness and safety of a fourth dose of the Covid-19 vaccine.
Family and Prosecution React to Verdict in Kimberly Potter Trial
Daunte Wright's mother and the attorney general of Minnesota gave remarks on the jury's decision to convict Ms. Potter on two counts of manslaughter in the fatal shooting of Mr. Wright.
Watch Live: Reactions After Jury's Decision in Kimberly Potter Trial
The defense lawyers for Kimberly Potter, prosecutors and Daunte Wright's family are expected to deliver remarks after the jury convicted Ms. Potter on two counts of manslaughter.
Kimberly Potter Is Convicted of Manslaughter
The former Minnesota police officer who fatally shot Daunte Wright was convicted of two counts of manslaughter.
Watch Live: Jury Reaches Decision in Kimberly Potter Trial
Kimberly Potter, a former Minnesota police officer, faces two manslaughter charges. Ms. Potter appeared to mistake her gun for a Taser and fatally shot Daunte Wright during a traffic stop in a Minneapolis suburb.
Putin Blames the West For Growing Tensions Over Ukraine
President Vladimir V. Putin of Russia demanded that the United States and its allies meet Moscow's security requests, which include denying Ukraine membership into NATO.
Spectators Asked to Clap, Not Shout at Winter Olympics
China's Winter Games organizing committee announced elaborate precautions to prevent spreading the coronavirus to its population or the athletes.
A Time Capsule Beneath a Lee Statue Reveals More Mysteries
A lead box that was embedded in a pedestal that once held a statue of Confederate Gen. Robert E. Lee in Virginia contained three books, a cloth envelope and a coin.