Guilty verdicts for Ahmaud Arbery's killers, NASA has an Armageddon moment, and America's biggest pharmacies could soon face consequences for the opioid crisis. Here are The Recount’s Top Stories for November 24, 2021.
Wisconsin GOP Legislator Amping Up the Culture War
Ex-Cop Who Killed Daunte Wright on Trial
Biden vs. Putin: The Political World’s Rocky IV
U.S. Announces Diplomatic Boycott of Beijing Games
3 Things to Know About November's Confusing Jobs Report
MLB Is in a Work Stoppage for First Time in 3 Decades
Supreme Court Hears Challenge to Roe v. Wade
Barbados Ditches the Queen and Honors Rihanna
Borders Close as New COVID-19 Variant Spreads
Biden Taps Oil Reserves to Combat High Gas Prices
Apple Hits Accelerator on Electric Car Project
Jury Finds Kyle Rittenhouse Not Guilty on All Counts
Former U.S. marine Trevor Reed on nearly 3 years in Russian prison: "I...viewed there having hope as being a weakness."
First Lady Jill Biden puts glasses on a little girl during her visit to a school in Panama.
Europe, U.S. & Australian officials investigating outbreak of monkeypox, rare viral disease typically found in Africa.
The WTA & ATP will not award ranking points for Wimbledon due to ban on players from Russia & Belarus.
Sarah Palin attacks Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp (R) for not dealing with the “shenanigans” in the 2020 election.
Sarah Palin: “If [Stacey Abrams] were to be in office, man, she’d be making Biden look like this genius."
Attorney General Merrick Garland speaks on hate crimes after mass shooting in Buffalo targeting Black Americans.
Fmr. SpaceX flight attendant accuses Elon Musk of sexual assault; the company reportedly paid $250k to settle the claim.