The House passed a bill that would make good on a campaign promise from Democrats that has at least some bipartisan backing.
The top election official of a key swing state says false claims that he 2020 election was stolen could spill into the 2022 midterms and undermine democracy.
Russia says it will agree to a humanitarian corridor in a region that's seen heavy fighting. While Ukraine says it has agreed, it remains skeptical.
Mississippi saw severe weather that included a tornado and winds that knocked down power lines.
Rogan has been a defender of the drug despite public health warnings, sparking a showdown over his popular podcast on Spotify.
The FEC has asked Arizona Republican congressional candidate Ron Watkins to account for money that wasn't reported earlier by his campaign.
Russia's announcement that it will withdraw troops from Ukraine was met by skepticism by the president of Ukraine and others.
As Rittenhouse seeks to settle the score from his divisive murder trial, he questioned Joe Biden's manhood after the president ignored a meeting request.
The entertainment giant has found itself in the middle of culture war battles, opposing Florida's new so-called Don't Say Gay law.
The first-of-its-kind program is designed to give a leg up to transgender people, who face high rates of discrimination.
The famously braggadocious president issued a statement touting the golfing feat while playing with professional golfers.
"Your letters falsely accuse our clients of engaging in criminal acts by funding abortions in any situation in which the mother's life is not in danger."
A possible 2024 GOP presidential candidate hasn't followed the lead of other governors in pulling investment money from Russia.
The FBI is offering the cash reward for Jonathan Daniel Pollock, of Florida, who has been on the lam since facing charges last year.
A top Democrat made the accusation of a wide-ranging conspiracy to steal the election following recent reporting on Trump's inner circle.
Two people were killed in a helicopter crash in the Dallas area after the tail rotor split from the aircraft.
The celebrity attorney came to the defense of the Supreme Court nominee, particularly her response to a question about the definition of a "woman."
Police arrested the man at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport as similar incidents have become common in recent years.
The Ukrainian president called for supporters to be "visible and heard" as President Joe Biden arrives in Europe to discuss aid to the country.
Texts obtained by The Washington Post show that the White House chief of staff was responsive to encouragement to overturn the 2020 election.
The conservative justice hasn't been back on the job after the court said Sunday he would return "in a day or two."
The social media giant says it accidently attached an ominous warning to a conservative online magazine.
One of Tennessee's top legislative Republicans has been ordered to appear before a federal grand jury as part of a widening corruption probe in the state.
Police in the Phoenix area have not identified the suspected shooter and have asked stores at the shopping outlet to go into lockdown.
Russia's denial it has caused a single civilian causality in Ukraine has drawn comparisons to its operations in Syria.
"Considerable damage to homes, businesses, and vehicles is likely and complete destruction is possible," the National Weather Service said.
Opening statements from the prosecution and defense suggest the trial will hinge on Balwani's closeness to Holmes.
With cameras and social media ubiquitous, human rights groups say Ukraine's government may be violating an international agreement.
FBI chief Christopher Wray should respond to a reported audit that documents "systemic FBI failures," Republican congress members said.