After earlier setbacks, Russian forces are pressing ahead with offenses in Ukraine's south and east, renewing concerns about the conflict's civilian toll.
Social media users posted videos and pictures of boisterous passengers applauding the airplane mask mandate being suddenly struck down.
Following the Florida judge's ruling, airlines said the masks can come off, while cautioning they might be required in certain settings.
A viral video purporting to show a dramatic moment for a doomed Russian warship is actually a years-old doctored video, Indian fact-checkers have found.
The Texas senator used Tax Day to revive a longstanding Republican applause line: eliminating the federal government's main tax-collecting arm.
The U.S. unemployment rate has continued to drop according to federal figures, showing that a dozen states have reached new jobless lows.
The state's Democratic governor joins several Republican governors who have blocked bills that would restrict transgender athletes in school sports.
The investment banking giants will help Twitter with the high stakes that could include other interested buyers in addition to the Tesla CEO.
Major religious observances of the three Abrahamic faiths occurred on Friday for the first time in over 30 years.
"My attendance is good. I put in the hours. We represent a huge state. And so I'm rather puzzled by all of this," she told The SF Chronicle's editorial board.
Zack Tahhan, the 21-year-old security camera technician who helped nab the suspected Brooklyn subway shooter, says he hasn't received the reward money but isn't complaining.
Video footage of the arrest went viral, casting doubt on the Florida officer's account and leading the charges.
A newly unsealed federal indictment alleges a covert effort by Russian officials to lobby members of Congress.
The former president's eldest son suggested that politics have affected New York's handling of a subway shooter and cameras were intentionally disabled.
A Russian warship that's part of a now-viral moment is out of commission. But Russia and Ukraine have offered different reasons why.
"We were able to shrink his world quickly. There was nowhere left for him to run," Police Commissioner Keechant Sewell said.
The coach has taken responsibility, but others are calling for accountability for increasingly common violence at youth sporting events.
The state's governor revived a familiar controversy by commemorating the start of the Civil War with the proclamation.
More than 500 veterans and members of military families are calling on Congress to broadly compensate victims of terrorism with confiscated Taliban funds.
A Colorado state lawmaker is running against Lauren Boebert, saying the first-term lawmaker has generated more controversy than results.
"Your family budget, your ability to fill up your tank—none of it should hinge on whether a dictator declares war and commits genocide a half a world away."
A government agency says it is alarmed by the arrest of journalist Vladimir Kara-Murza, who has been a vocal critic of new Russian censorship efforts.
The head of the association acknowledged the Russian invasion of Ukraine complicated the freeing of the basketball star, but said it's committed to her release.
The media personality said that "wokeism" is tearing apart families in his pointed criticism of the label that's become a culture war rallying cry.
Just days after seeing 77 degree temperatures, snow fell on Oregon's largest city and surrounding areas, disrupting daily life.
A day after Jackson was confirmed to the Supreme Court, Harris and others considered what it means for future generations.
The Federal Elections Commission brought one of it largest fines ever to a Canadian steel executive who allegedly sought to influence U.S. tariffs.
The president signed two bills intended squeeze Moscow financially over its ongoing invasion of Ukraine.
"We have multiple paths We control them all," Trump's oldest son told then-White House Chief of Staff, describing plans to keep the president in office.
The cause of the fire has yet to be disclosed by the city of Dallas while a relief agency is finding housing for displaced residents.