Derek Chauvin's trial goes to jury after closing arguments, Walter Mondale, former Vice President, dies at 93, and most Americans taking wait-and-see approach with ticketed public events.
Closing arguments set for Monday in Derek Chauvin's trial, five hurdles Democrats face to pass an infrastructure bill, and comfort dogs find bipartisan support on Capitol Hill.
Veterans of Afghan war feel torn over the announced pullout, what's behind a spike in "gray" divorces, and Revolutionary War re-enactors rebel against the pandemic.
8 killed in mass shooting at FedEx warehouse in Indianapolis, what does the latest economic data tell us about the recovery, and despite his Parkinson's disease, this man aims to hike the entire Appalachian Trail.
The officer who killed Daunte Wright charged with second-degree manslaughter, experts battle it out in the trial of Derek Chauvin, and short shorts for men.
Police Chief, officer resign in wake of Daunte Wright killing, what could be the ripple effects of the J&J vaccine rollout pause, and 6-year-old gets hero's welcome back to school after completing cancer treatment.
In Knoxville school shooting, student Is killed after firing on police, CDC chief says Michigan should shut things down, and Americans' streaming habits reflect what life will sound like after the pandemic.
Severe storms in the South leave at least 3 dead, thousands without power in Florida, protests erupt after police fatally shoot black man in traffic stop near Minneapolis, and New Jersey server receives almost $2G after customer refuses to tip over pandemic rules.
How the pandemic inoculations were pulled off, moving forward after a loss, and welcome back to the barbershop.
President Biden outlines new gun-control measures, Texas mass shooting leaves at least one dead, others seriously injured, and Florida man drives lawn mower across state on mission to help Habitat for Humanity.