U.S. charges British Islamic State members in the deaths of American hostages

The charges carry a maximum sentence of life in prison

Two women share Nobel Prize for life-changing tool

The prize, in chemistry, was awarded for modification referred to as “genetic scissors.”

Trump halts stimulus negotiations, then calls for airline and small business relief

Federal Reserve Chairman warns of potentially weak economic recovery without additional aid

Coronavirus Today: October 6

Misinformation and conspiracy theories have swarmed social media and the broader web

U.S. makes progress on nuclear talks with Russia

Russian officials argue the U.S. proposals are “unilateral” and do not account for Russian interests

Justices Samuel Alito and Clarence Thomas question 2015 Obergefell v. Hodges ruling

Democrats express concern and reiterate opposition to Barrett’s confirmation

Coronavirus Today: October 5

Nearly 50% of full-service restaurants say they’re taking actions to extend outdoor dining seasons

After his return, Trump tells people not to be afraid of the coronavirus

Trump hints he may be immune and says “don’t let it rule your life.”

16,000 coronavirus cases in the UK go uncounted due to Excel error

Over 50,000 people may have been missed by contact tracers due to the error.

China increases dominance on the world stage as thousands of companies sue U.S. over tariffs

Tesla, Coca-Cola, Disney, and Ford are among the 3,500 companies suing the U.S.