The far-right Republican had a hard time remembering facts in the leadup to the January 6 insurrection, causing some to say she was evading answers.
The Federal Aviation Administration issued the mea culpa for not telling Capitol Police a military plane would be flying in the restricted airspace.
Keith Papini has filed for divorce after his wife confessed to staging her own abduction nearly six years ago in a case that drew national attention.
Philadelphia suddenly reversed course on its mask mandate, facing legal pressure, leveling infections and a confusing shift in federal regulations.
The plane is believed to have crashed at the food factory in Covington, Georgia, shortly after taking off from a nearby airport.
Donald Trump didn't endorse Senate candidate Josh Mandel. Now, Trump Jr. is on the offense against Mandel for his friendliness with establishment Republicans.
Commentators on MSNBC say a promo of an upcoming interview with the former president suggests Rupert Murdoch is ready to move on from Trump.
The son of the former president says that while J.D. Vance has publicly opposed Donald Trump, the Senate hopeful is right on policy.
The controversy over a piece from "The Washington Post" naming the operator of a right-wing Twitter account continues with both parties accused of missteps.
A preview of an upcoming interview shows the former president and the controversial television personality square off over the 2020 election.
The department promised fixes to long-standing problems with programs designed to give borrowers lower payments.
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.