Derick Almena, the leaseholder of an Oakland, California, warehouse-turned-art collective that went up in flames in 2016, pleaded guilty Friday to 36 charges of involuntary manslaughter — one for each person killed in the blaze
NBC Sports Network is shutting down at the end of this year, the company said. The cable network will cease operation and USA Network will begin "carrying and/or simulcasting certain NBC Sports programming" later this year.
President Joe Biden has signed two more executive orders, one focused on expanding food assistance and delivering stimulus checks to very low-income Americans and the other on raising the minimum wage to $15 for the federal workforce
Julie Payette, a former Canadian astronaut and the country's governor general since 2017, announced she would step down after she was accused by current and former employees of creating a "toxic" workplace environment
Portugal will suspend flights with the UK starting Saturday, the Portuguese prime minister says, in order to “reduce the risk of contagion” based on the new coronavirus variant originally found in the UK