It's time to break out of our rooms -- and travel
With the pandemic easing in the US, there's a pent-up wish to break out of the rooms we've occupied for the past 14 months or so. Now, much of Europe -- long a primary destination for American travelers -- beckons, with the European Union's announcement that it's opening its doors this summer to Americans who have been vaccinated. So many of us, during lockdown, have fantasized about going abroad again.
'Wrath of Man' reunites Jason Statham and Guy Ritchie in a grim revenge thriller
Reunited, and it feels so painful, as Jason Statham, co-writer/director Guy Ritchie and an old-fashioned revenge plot add up to "Wrath of Man," a serviceable, ultraviolent thriller if you can weather the exceptionally bad tough guy dialogue. Statham doesn't speak in much of it, in a movie that operates under the maxim leave no bullet unfired.
Almost a million people signed up for Obamacare coverage through April after Biden reopened exchanges
Almost a million people signed up for 2021 health insurance coverage on the federal Affordable Care Act exchange during the first 10 weeks of President Joe Biden's special enrollment period, according to data released Thursday from the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services.
US weighs unfreezing $1 billion in Iranian funds
• Psaki says she talked with Biden transition team about a roughly one-year term • Biden criticizes tax cuts for wealthy while pushing middle-class agenda • Blinken says US 'actively looking' at boosting security cooperation with Ukraine during trip to Kiev
A French woman was shot and burned by her estranged husband, officials say, as anger builds over femicides
A 31-year-old French woman was shot and burned alive by her estranged husband in broad daylight, authorities said on Thursday, in a brutal killing that has stunned the country and reignited anger over femicides.