NEWS: USATODAY.COM NEWS - TOP STORIES
Setup News Ticker
   NEWS: USATODAY.COM NEWS - TOP STORIES
USATODAY.com News - Top Stories
Mar 02, 2021

Biden announces deal between Merck, Johnson & Johnson to boost vaccine supplies
Merck will help produce Johnson & Johnson's COVID-19 vaccine to boost supplies of the one-shot immunization.     

USATODAY.com News - Top Stories
Mar 02, 2021

Biden vows vaccines for all adults by end of May; mask restrictions lifted by governors in Texas, Mississippi: Live COVID-19 updates
2 pharmaceutical giants formed a historical collaboration to roll out more vaccine. Some church officials have sharp words for J&J. COVID-19 news.      

USATODAY.com News - Top Stories
Mar 02, 2021

'Very sad': At least 13 people dead after SUV carrying 25 hits semitruck in Southern California
At least 13 people died after an SUV with 25 passengers collided with a semitruck full of gravel near the U.S.-Mexican border in California on Tuesday.      

USATODAY.com News - Top Stories
Mar 02, 2021

Mask restrictions lifted by governors in Texas, Mississippi; New Orleans calls J&J vaccine 'morally compromised': Live COVID-19 updates
2 pharmaceutical giants formed a historical collaboration to roll out more vaccine. Some church officials have sharp words for J&J. COVID-19 news.      

USATODAY.com News - Top Stories
Mar 02, 2021

Jahmil French, star of 'Degrassi: The Next Generation,' dead at 29; co-stars mourn
Jahmil French, an actor who played Dave Turner in "Degrassi: The Next Generation" from 2009 to 2013, has died. He was 29.      

USATODAY.com News - Top Stories
Mar 02, 2021

Poisoning nearly killed Alexei Navalny. Now, Biden is sanctioning Putin allies in Russia
The Biden administration is sanctioning seven Russians allied with Vladimir Putin after the attempted murder of Alexei Nalvany.      

USATODAY.com News - Top Stories
Mar 02, 2021

'What any good human would do': Louisiana man helped save infant abandoned along highway
"I looked back and he took off leaving the child there, so I flipped a U-turn in the grass to get to the baby," Louisiana man Luke Dufrene said.      

USATODAY.com News - Top Stories
Mar 02, 2021

A 'space hurricane' hovered above the North Pole for about 8 hours, study says
For the first time, scientists have spotted what they're calling a "space hurricane" spinning above the North Pole, according to a new study.      

USATODAY.com News - Top Stories
Mar 02, 2021

'A beautiful story': NL MVP Freddie Freeman's family welcomed two new babies this winter - six weeks apart
Braves star Freddie Freeman and his wife had two new additions this offseason, boys brought into the world six weeks apart.      

USATODAY.com News - Top Stories
Mar 02, 2021

No one is saying it's rape. They're saying the accusations against Andrew Cuomo matter.
The accusations against Andrew Cuomo should be taken seriously, experts say. All behaviors along the sexual violence spectrum are harmful.      

USATODAY.com News - Top Stories
Mar 02, 2021

This Kohl's flash sale on men's socks, underwear and more will save you a bundle
This Kohl's sale encompasses tons of price cuts on socks, underwear and basics for men—see the details here.      

USATODAY.com News - Top Stories
Mar 02, 2021

Donald Trump, Melania Trump secretly received COVID-19 vaccine in January
At CPAC, Trump urged people to "go get your shot." The former president and first lady had COVID-19 last fall.     

USATODAY.com News - Top Stories
Mar 02, 2021

Tribes need fellow Native Deb Haaland in Interior to restore trust: Rep. Sharice Davids
Rep. Deb Haaland knows the struggles that Native communities face across the United States and Tribal lands because she's lived them herself.      

USATODAY.com News - Top Stories
Mar 02, 2021

New Orleans archdiocese labels Johnson & Johnson vaccine 'morally compromised'; Merck to help manufacture it: Live COVID-19 updates
2 pharmaceutical giants formed a historical collaboration to roll out more vaccine. Some church officials have sharp words for J&J. COVID-19 news.      

USATODAY.com News - Top Stories
Mar 02, 2021

Nod or blunder? No CPAC 2021 apology for a stage shaped like a white supremacist symbol
The odal rune was meant to make white supremacy more mainstream. Since Trump stood on one at CPAC to start his political comeback, I guess it worked.      

USATODAY.com News - Top Stories
Mar 02, 2021

FBI chasing 2,000 domestic terror cases; 'raw' warning shared with police before Capitol attack, Wray says
FBI Director Christopher Wray on Tuesday said a "raw" warning the day before the Capitol riots was shared extensively with Capitol Police.      

USATODAY.com News - Top Stories
Mar 02, 2021

'We all want to know': FBI, Capitol police remain mum on what killed Officer Brian Sicknick
Nearly two months after the riot at the U.S. Capitol and the death of police Officer Brian Sicknick, information remains scarce about how he died.      

USATODAY.com News - Top Stories
Mar 02, 2021

George Floyd family 'disappointed' only one relative allowed in court for Chauvin trial, lawyers say
The family of George Floyd are "disappointed" after a judge ruled that only one relative will be allowed in court during the trial of Derek Chauvin.      

USATODAY.com News - Top Stories
Mar 02, 2021

Supreme Court's conservatives question effort to unwind voting laws that critics say discriminate
The Supreme Court heard arguments in a case about an Arizona law that bars groups from collecting ballots, known to critics as 'ballot harvesting.'      

USATODAY.com News - Top Stories
Mar 02, 2021

Maestro's return to the piano will give you chills
A neurological illness took the ability to play piano away from world-renowned musician João Carlos Martins until a stranger invented these bionic gloves.      

USATODAY.com News - Top Stories
Mar 02, 2021

At least 15 people dead after SUV, semitruck collide in Southern California, hospital says
At least 15 people died after an SUV with dozens of passengers hit a semitruck full of gravel near the U.S.-Mexico border in California on Tuesday.     

USATODAY.com News - Top Stories
Mar 02, 2021

New DJI drone: Speedy all-in-one makes it easy to get an immersive bird's eye view
Drone maker DJI has a new first-person view drone that lets you wear goggles to pilot the speedy drone that approaches racing drone speeds.      

USATODAY.com News - Top Stories
Mar 02, 2021

Tired of reading glasses? Eye drop submitted for FDA approval may help you read without them
A new drug that could help more than 128 million Americans with presbyopia has been submitted to the Food and Drug Administration for approval.      

USATODAY.com News - Top Stories
Mar 02, 2021

Nike executive resigns after her son's involvement in resale business
Hebert worked for Nike for 25 years through various international roles and helped head the company's North America division.      

USATODAY.com News - Top Stories
Mar 02, 2021

Vernon Jordan, civil rights champion and 'first friend' to Bill Clinton, dies at 85
"The nation has lost one of its greatest champions of racial and economic justice," said National Urban League president.     

USATODAY.com News - Top Stories
Mar 02, 2021

All peanut butter, all the time: Reese's peanut butter cups without chocolate arriving in April
The Hershey Company announced Tuesday it is rolling out a new version of its popular Reese's peanut butter cups with no chocolate.      

USATODAY.com News - Top Stories
Mar 02, 2021

COVID-19 taking a toll: Some doctors see 'massive pandemic of mentally ill adolescents'
The Rhode Island Department of Health says that from March to June of 2020, emergency department visits by children for suicidal behavior doubled.      

USATODAY.com News - Top Stories
Mar 02, 2021

Frontier Airlines accused of anti-Semitism after canceling flight over mask controversy
Frontier says it canceled a flight after a group refused to comply with mask rules. A Jewish organization says the crew behaved in a "bigoted" manner.      

USATODAY.com News - Top Stories
Mar 02, 2021

FBI Director Wray: 'Raw' warning prior to Capitol attack shared multiple times with police
FBI Director Christopher Wray on Tuesday said a "raw" warning the night before the Capitol riots was shared extensively with Capitol Police.      

USATODAY.com News - Top Stories
Mar 02, 2021

Will Harry and Meghan reveal 'shocking' royal secrets? What to expect from their Oprah interview
Fans and critics anticipate a big Sunday for royals on TV: Harry and Meghan will chat with Oprah in the U.S., while the queen is televised in the U.K.      

USATODAY.com News - Top Stories
Mar 02, 2021

5-year-old injured in Britt Reid crash 'likely has permanent brain damage,' family attorney says
Ariel Young, injured in the crash involving former Chiefs assistant coach Britt Reid, will likely have permanent brain damage, a family attorney said.      

USATODAY.com News - Top Stories
Mar 02, 2021

Hilaria Baldwin shares photo of new daughter after husband Alec Baldwin slams probing commenter
Hilaria Baldwin and Alec Baldwin have a new baby girl. Hilaria shared a photo of her a day after Alec Baldwin fired back at a probing commenter.      

USATODAY.com News - Top Stories
Mar 02, 2021

Merck to team with Johnson & Johnson on vaccine rollout; stimulus cash could start flowing soon: Live COVID-19 updates
Americans could begin seeing the latest round of stimulus payments within two weeks, and two pharmaceutical giants are teaming up COVID-19 updates.      

USATODAY.com News - Top Stories
Mar 02, 2021

Biden sanctions Russians over Putin opponent Alexei Navalny's poisoning, attempted murder
The U.S. is sanctioning seven senior members of the Russian government and adding 14 parties to the Department of Commerce's "entity list," mirroring sanctions imposed earlier by the European Union and the U.K. for the attempted murder of Nalvany.      

USATODAY.com News - Top Stories
Mar 02, 2021

Vernon Jordan, civil rights activist and Clinton adviser, dies at 85
Vernon Jordan served as a close adviser to former President Bill Cilnton.     

USATODAY.com News - Top Stories
Mar 02, 2021

Father of boy who scored TD in Nebraska spring football game dies of brain cancer at 42
Andy Hoffman — the father of Jack Hoffman, who scored a TD as a 7-year-old during Nebraska's 2013 spring football game — died of cancer. He was 42.      

USATODAY.com News - Top Stories
Mar 02, 2021

Opinion: NFL should consider permanently honoring Alex Smith's legacy
Given all that Alex Smith had to overcome to return to play in 2020, perhaps the NFL ought to consider renaming its Comeback Player of the Year Award.      

USATODAY.com News - Top Stories
Mar 02, 2021

CNN's Chris Cuomo says he 'obviously' can't cover brother, New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo, amid allegations
CNN host Chris Cuomo said he "obviously" couldn't cover allegations of sexual harassment surrounding his older brother, New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo.      

USATODAY.com News - Top Stories
Mar 02, 2021

Stimulus cash could start flowing soon; WHO cautions against 'premature' return to normal: Latest COVID-19 updates
The number of people expected to be cashing in on the next round of pandemic stimulus checks is likely to be pared down this week. COVID-19 updates.      

USATODAY.com News - Top Stories
Mar 02, 2021

For Andrew Cuomo, there can be no sexual harassment double standard. He should resign.
If Democrats are to hold the moral high ground on issues of gender equity, they cannot apply standards just to those on the opposite side of the aisle.      

USATODAY.com News - Top Stories
Mar 02, 2021

Alec Baldwin slams commenter after wife Hilaria posts photo of six kids, including newborn
Alec Baldwin told one commenter to "mind your own business" when they posted questions about a sixth child for the actor and his wife Hilaria.      

USATODAY.com News - Top Stories
Mar 02, 2021

'I felt immeasurably stuck': High school seniors face college acceptances, rejections alone
USA TODAY talked to five high school seniors to offer insight into the challenges of navigating the already stressful college process during the pandemic.      

USATODAY.com News - Top Stories
Mar 02, 2021

Vermont vs. vacation rentals: New bills aim to regulate Airbnbs, end party houses
No one knows how many short-term rentals there are in Vermont or who owns them. Two new pieces of legislation aim to solve those problems.      

USATODAY.com News - Top Stories
Mar 02, 2021

Mock slave auctions, racist lessons: How US history class often traumatizes, dehumanizes Black students
Each year, particularly in February, racist classroom activities about slavery draw national outrage. Experts say its part of a systemic problem.      

USATODAY.com News - Top Stories
Mar 02, 2021

Biden's COVID-19 relief bill includes an expansion of Obamacare. Here's how it would work
New insurance subsidies in Democrats' COVID-19 pandemic relief bill would be the first expansion of Obamacare since its 2010 creation.      

USATODAY.com News - Top Stories
Mar 02, 2021

WHO cautions against 'premature' return to normal; Ivory Coast gets first COVAX vaccine shipment in UN initiative: Latest COVID-19 updates
Ivory Coast receives first COVAX vaccine shipment in UN initiative. Twitter aims to curb vaccine misinformation. Latest COVID-19 updates.      

USATODAY.com News - Top Stories
Mar 02, 2021

Tired of reading glasses? Eye drop submitted for FDA approval may help you read without them.
A new drug that could help more than 128 million Americans with presbyopia has been submitted to the Food and Drug Administration for approval.      

USATODAY.com News - Top Stories
Mar 02, 2021

Opinion: It's time for the NBA to change its logo to a Black player. Here's why.
Kyrie Irving is right. It's time for the NBA to change its logo from Jerry West to a Black player, although it shouldn't necessarily be Kobe Bryant.      

USATODAY.com News - Top Stories
Mar 02, 2021

How to use opioid settlement money to save the most lives
It's not easy to spend large amounts of settlement funds effectively, and, if the tobacco settlement is an indication, the risk of failing is high.     

USATODAY.com News - Top Stories
Mar 02, 2021

Popular flea collar linked to almost 1,700 pet deaths. The EPA has issued no warning.
Since Seresto pet collars were introduced, the EPA has received more than 75,000 reports related to the collars, including 907 involving human harm.      

USATODAY.com News - Top Stories
Mar 02, 2021

'Vaccine angels' can only do so much: How can US make it easier to find COVID-19 vaccination appointment in minutes, not hours?
Despite creating three COVID-19 vaccines in less than a year, America's fragmented health system doesn't offer a simple way to sign up to get a shot.      

USATODAY.com News - Top Stories
Mar 02, 2021

Stadium supper, dance zones, rethinking oysters: News from around our 50 states
How the COVID-19 pandemic is affecting every state     

USATODAY.com News - Top Stories
Mar 02, 2021

Democrats left scrambling on a $15 minimum wage now that it appears left out of COVID-19 stimulus bill
Thirty-one states have a minimum wage law below $10. No state has a minimum wage at $15 or above, though the District of Columbia does.      

USATODAY.com News - Top Stories
Mar 02, 2021

J&J COVID-19 vaccine distribution, voting rights debate, FBI director to testify: 5 things to know Tuesday
Johnson & Johnson's COVID-19 vaccine to hit distribution centers soon, FBI director Wray will testify before Senate for first time since Capitol riot and more news to start your Tuesday.      

USATODAY.com News - Top Stories
Mar 02, 2021

Lower courts take notice: The Supreme Court is rethinking qualified immunity
At a time when Americans seek greater government accountability, the Supreme Court is stepping up to deliver by reintroducing some common sense.      

USATODAY.com News - Top Stories
Mar 02, 2021

FBI director Wray to testify before Senate for first time since Capitol riot
The last time Christopher Wray testified before a committee, the FBI director offered a now-prescient warning about domestic extremists.      

USATODAY.com News - Top Stories
Mar 02, 2021

Boy Scouts of America plan to exit bankruptcy would pay abuse survivors an average of $6,000 each; survivors object
More than 95,000 former Boy Scouts have filed claims, saying they were sexually assaulted. The proposal offers an average of just $6,000 apiece.     

USATODAY.com News - Top Stories
Mar 01, 2021

Black Amazon manager sues the tech giant, execs alleging discrimination and harassment
A Black senior manager at Amazon is suing the tech giant and two executives allegedly for race and gender discrimination as well as pay inequity.      

USATODAY.com News - Top Stories
Mar 01, 2021

'Bachelor' contestants set the record straight on dramatic season of bullying in 'Women Tell All'
Despite what "Bachelor" viewers saw, this season wasn't all bullying and name-calling. Monday's "Women Tell All" episode saw contestants apologizing.     

USATODAY.com News - Top Stories
Mar 01, 2021

'Read Across America Day,' once synonymous with Dr. Seuss, is diversifying. Here's why things have changed.
Tuesday is Read Across America Day and Dr. Seuss' birthday. Those two events, however, aren't as closely linked as in past years.      

USATODAY.com News - Top Stories
Mar 01, 2021

Letters from University of Texas donors reveal drastic measures some willing to go to preserve 'Eyes of Texas'
Wealthy Longhorns supporters push school president to preserve tradition: "UT needs rich donors ... more than irresponsible and uninformed students."      

USATODAY.com News - Top Stories
Mar 01, 2021

'It was God, I tell you:' Tiny light on cellphone leads to one water rescue as Kentucky endures historic flooding
Heavy rains pounded Kentucky on Sunday and Monday, sending rivers over their banks and leading to multiple water rescues, mudslides and road closures.      

USATODAY.com News - Top Stories
Mar 01, 2021

Paris Hilton reacts to 'Framing Britney Spears,' says David Letterman humiliated her in 2007
Paris Hilton is reacting to the documentary "Framing Britney Spears," which has called into question the media's treatment of Spears and other women.      

USATODAY.com News - Top Stories
Mar 01, 2021

Trump and Melania got vaccinated in January; US officials 'deeply concerned' as 29 states see virus cases rise: Latest COVID-19 updates
"We cannot be resigned to 70,000 cases per day, 2,000 daily deaths," the CDC's Dr. Rochelle Walensky said Monday. Latest COVID-19 news.      

USATODAY.com News - Top Stories
Mar 01, 2021

Professor at center of Dan Dakich controversy speaks out: 'He debased and violated me'
Dr. Johanna Mellis says the ESPN college basketball analyst sexualized her challenge to a swimming competition, behavior she calls "misogynistic."      

USATODAY.com News - Top Stories
Mar 01, 2021

Where to get face masks, cleaning wipes and other household essentials for less
Household essentials are back in stock, and we know where to get them for less—find out how to save on face masks, paper towel, disposable gloves and more.     

USATODAY.com News - Top Stories
Mar 01, 2021

White nationalists are once again using Christian symbols to spread hate
White nationalists across the U.S. are using Christian symbols to spread a message of hate and violence, experts warn. Pastors are pushing back.      

USATODAY.com News - Top Stories
Mar 01, 2021

Opinion: Adding J.J. Watt pushes Arizona Cardinals into NFL's elite group
Arizona Cardinals general manager Steve Keim and owner Michael Bidwill have maneuvered the team into the NFL spotlight by acquiring J.J. Watt.      

USATODAY.com News - Top Stories
Mar 01, 2021

Senate confirms Miguel Cardona as Biden's education secretary
Cardona will lead Biden's push to reopen the majority of K-8 public schools in the first 100 days of his administration.      

USATODAY.com News - Top Stories
Mar 01, 2021

The latest on NY Gov. Andrew Cuomo: Allegations of sexual harassment, hiding nursing home COVID-19 deaths
Here's a rundown of the allegations against New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo, how he has responded and where the investigations stand.      

USATODAY.com News - Top Stories
Mar 01, 2021

Texas utility chairwoman resigns amid rebukes and fallout from record-breaking storm
Dan Patrick says officials making sure Texas has sufficient electric power were not prepared for the magnitude of last month's winter storm.      

USATODAY.com News - Top Stories
Mar 01, 2021

21 Republican governors attack Biden's COVID-19 stimulus bill for 'penalizing' their states
The governors say allocating relief funds based on unemployment would 'punish' those that didn't fully lock down amid the pandemic.     

USATODAY.com News - Top Stories
Mar 01, 2021

San Diego Comic-Con postpones 2021 in-person event, will go virtual again this summer
Due to COVID, San Diego Comic-Con has opted again this year to postpone its massive annual in-person gathering in favor of a virtual online event.      

USATODAY.com News - Top Stories
Mar 01, 2021

March editorial cartoon gallery: Cartoons on Biden, Trump, COVID-19 and more
Editorial cartoons on COVID-19, President Biden, Democrats, Trump, racial strife and more from across the USA TODAY Network.     

USATODAY.com News - Top Stories
Mar 01, 2021

Amid a chaotic COVID-19 vaccine rollout, states find ways to connect shots with arms
Under a decentralized national health care system and a chaotic COVID-19 vaccine rollout, states find their own ways to reach and vaccinate residents.      

USATODAY.com News - Top Stories
Mar 01, 2021

Twitter ups efforts to stop misinformation, labeling falsehoods related to COVID-19 vaccine
Twitter is bolstering its efforts to point out misinformation on the platform, a problem that has been rampant through the pandemic.      

USATODAY.com News - Top Stories
Mar 01, 2021

Biden administration may let families separated at Mexican border reunite in US
DHS Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas said Monday the Biden administration will "explore lawful pathways" for families who reunite here to remain in U.S.      

USATODAY.com News - Top Stories
Mar 01, 2021

Queen Elizabeth II jokes about likeness of a new statue of herself in Australia via video call
Queen Elizabeth II, the most painted, photographed and sculpted person on earth, got to see a new statue of herself, recently installed in South Australia.      

USATODAY.com News - Top Stories
Mar 01, 2021

He fled Guatemala looking for a better life. But he and 18 others were killed en route to the US.
Marvin Tomás, who embarked on a 2,000-mile trip to the U.S., was one of 19 migrants whose bodies were found inside two vans in Santa Anita, Mexico.      

USATODAY.com News - Top Stories
Mar 01, 2021

Hurricane season start date could shift earlier because of a surge in May storms
Meteorologists consider moving the start date of the Atlantic hurricane season from June 1 to May 15.      

USATODAY.com News - Top Stories
Mar 01, 2021

US officials 'deeply concerned' as 29 states see virus cases rise; Johnson & Johnson to deliver 4M doses this week: Latest COVID-19 updates
"We cannot be resigned to 70,000 cases per day, 2,000 daily deaths," the CDC's Dr. Rochelle Walensky said Monday. Latest COVID-19 news.      

USATODAY.com News - Top Stories
Mar 01, 2021

How to use your iPhone camera to scan, search
Use your phone's camera to its fullest potential by scanning and searching images.      

USATODAY.com News - Top Stories
Mar 01, 2021

As scandals engulf Andrew Cuomo, candidates eye 2022 run for governor
As Andrew Cuomo fights for his political survival, potential candidates for New York governor are already eyeing a run in 2022. Here's a first look.      

USATODAY.com News - Top Stories
Mar 01, 2021

At CPAC, Donald Trump targets the Republican Party of Liz Cheney and Mitch McConnell
Former President Trump told CPAC he wants to "get rid of" Republicans who oppose him and supported impeachment.      

USATODAY.com News - Top Stories
Mar 01, 2021

Iceberg bigger than New York City breaks off Brunt Ice Shelf
The iceberg that broke off Antarctica is 490 square miles.      

USATODAY.com News - Top Stories
Mar 01, 2021

A massive iceberg - larger than New York City - breaks off Antarctica
A 490-square-mile iceberg, larger than New York City, broke off Antarctica's Brunt Ice Shelf.      

USATODAY.com News - Top Stories
Mar 01, 2021

Gonzaga still No. 1, while West Virginia makes big move in Ferris Mowers Men's Basketball Poll
Gonzaga stayed unbeaten and kept its spot at the top of the Ferris Mowers Men's Basketball Coaches Poll, while West Virginia led the teams moving up.      

USATODAY.com News - Top Stories
Mar 01, 2021

Lady Gaga's dogwalker Ryan Fischer speaks out after attack, says singer's 'babies are back'
Lady Gaga's dogwalker Ryan Fischer broke his silence about the violent dognapping in an emotional Instagram post on Monday.      

USATODAY.com News - Top Stories
Mar 01, 2021

Golden Globes' best post-show quotes: Gillian Anderson says 'no' to more 'X-Files'
Golden Globes winners including Andra Day, Gillian Anderson, Jason Sudeikis, Chloe Zhao and more dish on how their night went down at the awards show.      

USATODAY.com News - Top Stories
Mar 01, 2021

J.J. Watt agrees to two-year contract with Arizona Cardinals
J.J. Watt, the longtime star of the Houston Texans, agreed to a two-year deal with the Arizona Cardinals on Monday.      

USATODAY.com News - Top Stories
Mar 01, 2021

Woman builds ice rink for neighborhood kids
Kaytea Moreno-Elst turned an abandoned lot in Detroit into a homemade ice skating rink. Kids and their parents have been showing up in droves.     

USATODAY.com News - Top Stories
Mar 01, 2021

Fact check: 5 falsehoods Trump repeated at CPAC, from election fraud to Texas' wind power
Trump delivered his first major address since leaving office, and he picked up right where he left off: spreading false claims about election fraud.      

USATODAY.com News - Top Stories
Mar 01, 2021

Massive luxury yacht crashes through a dock at Simpson Bay in Sint Maarten
This 250-foot luxury yacht crashed through a dock at Simpson Bay in Sint Maarten after a computer malfunction caused the crew to lose steering.      

USATODAY.com News - Top Stories
Mar 01, 2021

The number of hospitals reporting full ICUs has fallen by nearly 50% since early January
Search the most recent U.S. Department of Health and Human Services data for occupancy rates in hospitals and their intensive care units.      

USATODAY.com News - Top Stories
Mar 01, 2021

Texas electricity provider files Chapter 11 bankruptcy after devastating winter storm, power blackout
Texas power provider Brazos filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection after it racked up bills in massive outages during February's winter storm.      

USATODAY.com News - Top Stories
Mar 01, 2021

Local pharmacies say they need more COVID-19 vaccines as CVS, Walgreens ramp up shots
Community pharmacies say they can play a critical role in delivering COVID-19 shots but aren't receiving as many vaccines proportionally as chains.      

USATODAY.com News - Top Stories
Mar 01, 2021

The Republican civil war was over 5 years ago. Trump and the winners have a new target: Us
Trump needed only tweets and cowardly Republicans to occupy the party. Nothing has shaken their devotion. The Capitol attack was just the opening act.     

USATODAY.com News - Top Stories
Mar 01, 2021

US officials 'deeply concerned' as virus cases stall or inch up; Johnson & Johnson to deliver 4M doses this week: Latest COVID-19 updates
"We cannot be resigned to 70,000 cases per day, 2,000 daily deaths," the CDC's Dr. Rochelle Walensky said Monday. Latest COVID-19 news.      

USATODAY.com News - Top Stories
Mar 01, 2021

Taylor Swift calls out Netflix's 'Ginny and Georgia' for 'lazy, deeply sexist joke' about her
On Monday, Taylor Swift took to Twitter to call out the 2020 Netflix series "Ginny and Georgia" for a joke about her dating life.      

USATODAY.com News - Top Stories
Mar 01, 2021

Toyota RAV4 faces government investigation over potential SUV fire risk
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration is investigating the 2013-18 Toyota RAV4, which involves more than 1.86 million vehicles.      

  • CEOExpress
  • 1 Boston Place | Suite 2600
    Boston MA 02108
  • Contact
  • As an Amazon Associate
    CEOExpress earns from
    qualifying purchases.

©1999-2021 CEOExpress Company LLC