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.
Since leaving home to fight alongside the Ukrainian military, the Twitter feed of James Vasquez has gone viral. On Thursday, he thanked his supporters.
A Chinese national was sentenced after admitting to stealing agricultural software for use by China's government.
"Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson made history today. Judge Jackson is a hero to so many Americans across our country."
The U.S. and NATO are discussing measures against Russia as Ukrainian leaders say harsher sanctions are needed to end the war.
The daughter of the civil rights icon and the GOP Senate hopeful got into a debate over where Martin Luther King Jr. stood on guns.
Tee times have been set for Tiger Woods' return to the sport after being sidelined by a car crash.
The U.S. Army has released few details but said a medical service officer was the only crewmember involved in the early morning crash.
The former president made the admission he didn't win the 2020 election in an interview defending the legacy of his sole term in office.
After taking a large stake in the social media company, Musk hinted that an "edit button" for Twitter might be underway.
A House panel advanced contempt of Congress charges for two Trump aides who've stonewalled the January 6 probe.
Ketanji Brown Jackson appears on track to be confirmed 53-47, with three Republicans now supporting her historic nomination.
Negotiators have a COVID-19 funding deal the White House says is urgently needed. But it leaves out funding for global vaccination efforts.
A consortium of advocacy groups say it's time for Congress to investigate if Justice Clarence Thomas violated ethics laws.
Famed horse trainer Bob Baffert won't be at next month's Kentucky Derby after a judge upheld penalties against him stemming from a doping scandal.
The U.S. has again held off on testing a key missile capable of delivering a nuclear weapon to Russia, but says military readiness won't be affected.
Georgia became the latest in a growing number of GOP-controlled states to allow legal firearm owners to carry concealed handguns without a permit.
A state lawmaker faces multiple felony counts one year after resigning from his Las Vegas seat for what he said was a misunderstanding of residency requirements.
A new report shows that the overwhelming majority of NATO members are not meeting a key spending goal, which critics say leaves the U.S. unfairly burdened.
The House passed a bill that would make good on a campaign promise from Democrats that has at least some bipartisan backing.