As is customary on Memorial Day, Biden laid a wreath at Arlington National Cemetery.
Criminal justice advocates have struggled at the Louisiana Legislature as they seek legal relief for hundreds of people convicted of serious crimes by nonunanimous juries.
Paxton was impeached this weekend by the state's GOP-controlled House of Representatives after years of scandal and accused crimes. Paxton says he has “full confidence” as he now awaits trial in the state Senate.
The divisive populist won Sunday's presidential runoff despite the fact that his country is reeling from high inflation and the aftermath of an earthquake that leveled entire cities.
At least one person has been killed.
The GOP's increasingly diverse leadership, backed by evolving politics on issues such as immigration, suggest the party might have an opportunity to widen its appeal in 2024.
An increasing number of malls, amusement parks and other public places where teens gather to meet their friends, have implemented policies just ahead of the summer requiring them to be accompanied by adult chaperones at least for certain times of the day.
That's because prosecutors appear to be ramping up efforts to prevent them from profiting from their participation in the riot on Jan. 6, 2021.
The C919 plane, built by the Commercial Aviation Corporation of China, carried about 130 passengers on the flight.
During a preliminary questioning, police say the 33-year-old told them that he felt suffocated and tried to get off the plane quickly.
Novak Djokovic wants to focus on accumulating Grand Slam titles in order to surpass the totals of Rafael Nadal and Roger Federer.
Thanks to one of the tightest labor markets in decades, teens have more sway, with an array of jobs to choose from at ever higher wages.
One Republican negotiator, Rep. Patrick McHenry of North Carolina, called Biden’s comments “a hopeful sign” but also cautioned that there’s still “sticky points” impeding a final agreement.
The three-term Republican invited "fellow citizens and friends to peacefully come let their voices be heard at the Capitol tomorrow.”
Officials with the U.S. Food and Drug Administration wouldn't confirm or deny whether the agency granted the approval.
Both President Joe Biden and House Speaker Kevin McCarthy are speaking hopefully of the likelihood of an agreement to raise the government's debt limit and avert an economically chaotic federal default.
They accuse Samuel Bateman, 47, in the indictment of recording the child sexual abuse and provide new details about how he took wives as young as 9 years old as he worked to win followers to start his own small offshoot group of the Fundamentalist Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints.
Colorado’s goes far beyond other states’ because it requires the medical students be named ahead of time and meet the patient — a step one bioethicist suggested might impede students’ chances to learn.
The charges were released Thursday night, hours after a Republican-led House investigative committee recommended impeaching the state’s top lawyer.
It’s the second decision in as many years in which a conservative majority narrowed the reach of environmental regulations.
Stewart Rhodes is the first of the Jan. 6 defendants convicted of seditious conspiracy to receive his punishment.
He’s stepping into a crowded Republican primary contest that will test his national appeal as an outspoken cultural conservative and the party’s willingness to move on from former President Donald Trump.
Under the deal announced Tuesday, the county where the shooting took place will establish a crisis response team and its sheriff’s office will train all deputies in crisis intervention.
Park officials say in a statement the calf became separated from its mother when the herd crossed the Lamar River in northeastern Yellowstone on Saturday. The unidentified man pushed the struggling calf up from the river and onto a roadway.
She teamed with husband Ike Turner for a dynamic run of hit records and live shows and survived her horrifying marriage to triumph in middle age with the chart-topping “What’s Love Got to Do With It."
The U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration has allowed one of the nation’s largest drug distributors to keep shipping addictive painkillers for nearly four years despite a judge’s recommendation to strip its license for turning a blind eye to thousands of suspicious opioid orders.
Some are cutting back on necessities and others are finding ways to save money.
The move comes after a bipartisan group of federal lawmakers introduced a bill Wednesday calling on the government to require AM in new vehicles at no additional cost.
Donald Trump has made a video appearance in a New York courtroom, where the judge tentatively scheduled the former president’s criminal trial for March 25.
They sought to portray immigration not as one of America’s most intractable problems, but as an issue for the entire Western hemisphere to address.
More than a dozen Texas women in total have joined the Center for Reproductive Rights' lawsuit against the state's law, which prohibits abortions unless a mother's life is at risk — an exception that is not clearly defined.
Despite the Russian claims, top Ukrainian military leaders say the fight there is not over, even though they still control only a small part of the city.
This comes in the wake of revelations that superiors of the Massachusetts Air National Guard member charged with leaking highly classified documents had raised concerns internally about his handling of sensitive data.
“Our party and our nation are standing at a time for choosing: Victimhood or victory,” Scott said Monday.
Venmo will officially allow teenagers to open an account with their parents' permission, expanding the popular social payments app to a demographic that is likely to embrace it almost immediately.
President Joe Biden and House Speaker Kevin McCarthy plan to meet in person Monday in search of a deal to avert an economy-wrecking federal default.
As the number of people who die in mass killings in the U.S. continues to rise, thousands more are left to handle the trauma of losing someone they love.
The trial over Kari Lake's challenge to her defeat in the Arizona governor's race will go for a third day.
Billionaire real estate investor was blunt spoken
Sam Zell, a Chicago real estate magnate who earned a multibillion-dollar fortune and a reputation as “the grave dancer” for his ability to revive moribund properties has died due to complications from a recent illness.
A three-judge panel of the 5th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals heard arguments over whether the Food and Drug Administration approval of mifepristone should be revoked more than two decades after it was granted.
New estimates from the CDC show about nearly 110,000 U.S. overdose deaths last year. That's nearly 2% more than 2021.
The law is expected to face legal challenges and become a testing ground for whether a TikTok-free America is possible.
As more Southern states pass new restrictions on abortion, Virginia is poised to become an outlier in the region for its relatively permissive laws.
The Environmental Protection Agency is strengthening a rule aimed at controlling and cleaning up toxic waste from coal-fired power plants.
Officials are warning the rivers could again burst their banks as rain continues. The rainfall has also stretched across the Balkans.
The discounter is dealing with rising costs and consumers who are more cautious about their spending.
Mississippi went from being ranked the second-worst state in 2013 for fourth-grade reading to 21st in 2022. Louisiana and Alabama, meanwhile, were among only three states to see gains in fourth-grade reading amid the pandemic.
Home Depot on Tuesday projected its first decline in annual revenue since 2009 in the aftermath of the bursting of the housing bubble and financial crisis.
Rural electric cooperatives, renewable energy companies and electric utilities will be able to apply for funding through two programs, U.S. Department of Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack said.
The Auschwitz-Birkenau state museum has launched a two-year effort to preserve 8,000 shoes that belonged to children before they were murdered at the Nazi German death camp.
Guinness World Records says the world’s oldest dog recently celebrated his 31st birthday.