Merck Asks FDA For Emergency Authorization For First Pill To Treat COVID-19Drug maker Merck asked U.S. regulators Monday to authorize its pill against COVID-19 in what would add an entirely new and easy-to-use weapon to the world's arsenal against the pandemic.
Passengers At LaGuardia, Other Airports Around Country Miffed By Southwest Airlines Mass Flight CancellationsThere were long lines and frustration at many airports nationwide this weekend on the heels of a slew of flight cancellations by Southwest, the nation's largest domestic airline.
Police: Human Remains Found In California Area Where Missing New Jersey Native Lauren Cho Last SeenThe 30-year-old disappeared in June during a cross-country trip to California with her boyfriend.
CBS News Poll: Will Parents Get Their Younger Kids Vaccinated?Even as COVID-19 cases have started to come down, more Americans suspect the outbreak will get worse than better in the coming months.
Lawmakers Push Default Threat Into DecemberSenate Democrats still don't like the idea of using the budget maneuver to raise the debt limit.
Sources: Before Cuomo's Scandals Unraveled, Then-Lt. Gov. Hochul Was In Talks To Join The Biden AdministrationBack in January, Cuomo staffers told Hochul, she was being dropped from the ticket for the next election, sources said.
18 Ex-NBA Players Charged In $4M Health Care Fraud SchemeAccording to the indictment, the ex-players engaged in a widespread scheme to get reimbursed for medical and dental expenses that were never actually incurred.
Sen. Schumer Announces Agreement On Short-Term Extension Of Debt CeilingDemocrats and Republicans in the Senate reached a deal to extend the debt ceiling through early December, avoiding what could have been an economic disaster.
Famed Carnegie Hall Holds First Performance Since March 2020 Shutdown, And Spectators Enjoy Every Second Of ItCheers and the sound of music filled Carnegie Hall, after nearly 19 months of silence and darkness.
Federal Judge Temporarily Bars Texas From Enforcing Law That Bans Most AbortionsJudge Robert L. Pitman granted a motion brought by the Department of Justice seeking a temporary restraining order as the constitutionality of the law is further litigated in the courts.
4 Injured After Shooting At Timberview HS In Arlington, Texas; Suspect In CustodyThe “all clear” has been given at Timberview High School in Arlington after an active shooter situation Wednesday morning.
Princeton Professor David MacMillan Among Nobel Prize Winners For ChemistryMacMillan has been at Princeton since 2006. He was awarded the prize along with German scientist Benjamin List. 
Facebook Whistleblower Testifies Platform Has 'Not Earned The Right To Just Have Blind Trust In Them'Frances Haugen, who first came forward on "60 Minutes," told a Senate subcommittee on Tuesday that there is "no one" holding Mark Zuckerberg accountable except for himself.
Former Rep. Gabrielle Giffords On Hand As Gun Violence Memorial Unveiled In Battery ParkA new memorial to New Yorkers lost to gun violence is now on display in Battery Park.
Attorney: Gabby Petito's Fiancé, Brian Laundrie, Flew Home After Moab, Utah Police EncounterThere is new information in the investigation into the death of Gabby Petito and the search for her fiancé, Brian Laundrie.