Cyberattack prompts shutdown of major fuel pipeline in the USThe pipeline runs from Texas to New York Facebook board's Trump decision could have wider impactsOn Wednesday, former President Donald Trump will know his fate on the world’s biggest social platform, Facebook Jobs report for April is expected to show another big gain.Vaccinations, declining Covid-19 infection rates and an easing of business restrictions are helping the labor market to heal. Trillions of noisy cicadas will emerge for the first time in 17 yearsTrillions of cicadas as loud as lawnmowers will pop out of the ground for the first time in nearly two decades in New York and 14 other states this weekend, according to experts. Texas gains U.S. House seats after new census data releasedTexas will add two congressional seats next year, more than any other state, the U.S. Census Bureau said on Monday, as it released population data that reapportions U.S. House of Representatives members and Electoral College votes among the states. Woman (39) found dead in Colorado after apparent bear attackA 39-year-old woman has been found dead in southwestern Colorado in the US after an apparent bear attack. US to restrict travel from India over COVID starting TuesdayThe U.S. will restrict travel from India starting on May 4, the White House says, citing a devastating rise in COVID-19 cases in the country and the emergency of potentially dangerous variants of the coronavirus First dog Major to get extra training after White House biting incidentsOne of President Joe Biden's two dogs, Major, is headed to training outside the White House after two biting incidents at his new home, a spokesman for first lady Jill Biden said Monday. Capitals and Rangers begin game with full line brawl; Tom Wilson fights Brendan Smith on his first shiftSix fights occurred in the first five minutes of Rangers-Capitals, including a line brawl to start the game and a bout involving Tom Wilson. Maine ends COVID-19 visitor testing and quarantine needs - The Boston GlobeThe policy change is based on a successful travel season last summer where there was little transmission of COVID-19 from visitors to Maine.