What military officials previously thought were gunshot wounds were actually caused by five-millimeter ball bearings in a bomb.
The Major League Baseball lockout dragging on threatens both spring training and the start of the season.
Autherine Lucy Foster's name will be added to Graves Hall, the Board of Trustees voted 66 years after she enrolled at the University of Alabama in Tuscaloosa.
Beef prices increased more than 20 percent from 2020 to 2021, and not everyone believes the industry is being honest about why.
Similar bills were introduced in both Florida and Texas, but both were blocked by federal judges in each state for violating the First Amendment.
Since the start of the pandemic, the demand for international nurses rose somewhere between 300 percent and 400 percent.
Aaron Mostofsky was recognizable in photos wearing a fur costume, which he later said was unfortunate since "people actually know me."
"I don't think anyone is interested in a peacock purge," Commission Raquel Regalado said in an emailed statement to Newsweek.
Polling indicates that Abrams, who lost the race for the governorship by 1.4 percent in 2018, trails both Kemp and Trump-backed GOP challenger David Perdue.
This is the latest action the Russian government has taken to crack down on any opposition.
The Arizona Attorney General's Office dropped a perjury charge under a deal in which she pleaded guilty to a reduced felony charge of attempted illegal voting.
Deck confessed to killing a husband and wife in Missouri in 1996 and was first sentenced to death in 1998.
Investigators are still determining the motive behind the shooting but prosecutors believe it was to cover up the poaching.
The new rules will require attendees to drink water outside and will be enforced by event staff and law enforcement.
After previously being offered refuge from the Taliban, pregnant reporter Charlotte Bellis has now been allowed to return home to New Zealand.
An autopsy conducted by Palestinian Authority doctors found that the man died of a heart attack brought on by stress due to injuries.
A district attorney in the state said he believed the accusation but that it did not provide a sufficient legal basis to bring charges.
This weekend's protests followed other acts of antisemitic harassment reported recently across the country.
New York's redistricting process is being watched nationwide because it is one of the few states where Democrats can offset Republican gains.
The interim report was redacted at the request of the Metropolitan police as they launch their own investigation into the U.K. Prime Minister's actions.
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy played down the fear of an impending war, saying the possible invasion has caused investors to cash out.
The COVID-19 Forecast Hub predicts 51 U.S. states and territories are likely to see a 50 percent increase in deaths during the next two weeks.
While Central Michigan University was testing new technology, the students received a message that they had won the prestigious Centralis Scholars Award.
The case is one of several nationwide involving teens accused of serious crimes, including murder, kidnapping, tampering with police evidence and conspiracy.
Since 2020, some Trump allies in the state have filed lawsuits to invalidate mail-in ballots, challenges likely to be heard in light of the latest ruling.
Rule 50 of the Olympic Charter prohibits demonstration or political, religious or racial propaganda, and China warned Olympians could be punished.
New Hampshire's Attorney General's Office believes that Harmony, then 5 years old, disappeared late in 2019, but it wasn't reported for two years.
Subsidies to lower costs related to acquiring insurance coverage may end in 2022 unless Congress acts to extend the temporary policy or to make it permanent.
The Staten Island vote will follow a do-over vote that will take place next month at a Bessemer, Alabama, Amazon facility.
An attorney has said that reported violence against drivers for ride-hailing services is becoming more common since they are easy targets.