Despite concerns about Russia's electronic warfare capabilities, it has held off on using them. But that has shifted as Russian forces advance in Donbas.
Memphis police shot and killed a man suspected of fatally shooting a woman outside an Amazon warehouse. Details on the incident are still emerging.
As a church near Iowa State University prepared for its college ministry, a shooting broke out in the parking lot. Few details are available.
The top state investment officials are trying a familiar tactic to reduce gun violence with firearm controls in Congress uncertain.
A conservative group in Wisconsin saw another setback in its attempt to limit election grants linked to Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg.
A Washington state group and its attorney have been penalized by the state Supreme Court after it ruled the group's lawsuit had "no competent evidence."
President Joe Biden spoke about the recent shootings in Tulsa, Buffalo and Uvalde, Texas and called for Congress to act.
As Russia's military focuses on eastern Ukraine, a video accusing the U.S. of killing children in the region was displayed on its embassy.
As the high-profile trial concluded, Depp said he was humbled and looking to the future after winning his defamation suit against his ex-wife.
An upbeat Johnny Depp won his highly-watched case against ex-wife Amber Heard as debates over domestic abuse and MeToo continued.
A police chief under fire for his handling of the Uvalde shooting is now a member of city council and is reportedly stonewalling an investigation.
The Fox News host said AR-15 rifles are for self-defense and are not weapons of war, despite being based on a military weapon.
It marked a reversal from her remarks a year ago, when she described inflation as a "small risk" and manageable.
Longtime Senate Republican leader Mitch McConnell says something he didn't do has had the biggest impact on the country.
Authorities positioned snipers along a pond out of concern rescue divers would be attacked by alligators as they searched for victims of a crash involving a van.
A lawyer for the House Speaker's husband said initial reports about a car crash that led to his client's suspicion of DUI arrest got certain details wrong.
"It sucks I even have to share this," RobbBeaux wrote in a tweet. "But just in case."
The re-election signals the NRA will stay its course following the deadly shooting in Uvalde, Texas.
Officials in Russia's capital city are going to rename a square near the U.S. embassy in a thinly veiled swipe at Washington.
More teachers in Texas are considering leaving the profession following the stress from the tragedy.
Republicans have said fortifying schools is the answer to stopping shootings, despite a lack of evidence the approach works.
"We are concerned that anti-abortion prosecutors and other actors will attempt to access and leverage personal information."
Parents in Killeen, Texas, are grateful to a father for standing guard outside an elementary school following a mass shooting earlier this week.
Police continue their probe of a house explosion in Pottstown, Pennsylvania, which caused multiple deaths and injuries while rocking an entire neighborhood.
A couple who have dedicated their lives to comforting survivors of mass shootings are headed to Texas after responding to the massacre in Buffalo.
Ukraine's refusal to hand over any territory to Russia continues to be a sticking point in negotiations to end the conflict.
The state's new abortion law is the strictest in the country, which reproductive rights advocates say will have ripple effects nationally.
The representatives, on opposite ends of the political spectrum, traded barbs on Twitter over the renewed debate of gun control.
The senator floated the idea that social factors are behind mass shootings as Republicans continue to resist calls for gun control.
A Milwaukee school counselor faces state scrutiny for a speech blasting "gender ideology." A legal group says her rights are being violated.