Texas Division of Emergency Management said the state has sent buses to the U.S.-Mexico border to pick up migrants to drive to Washington, D.C.
The suspect reached speeds of more than 100 miles per hour in Los Angeles while riding a stolen motorcycle, police said.
Donohoe pleaded guilty to conspiracy to obstruct an official proceeding and assaulting, resisting or impeding officers.
The Ukrainian president told 60 Minutes he wants the world to understand that his country is defending its right to "live in a modern world."
The USDA said grocery store and supermarket food costs are expected to rise by 3 to 4 percent this year.
At least two people were killed and several others were wounded in a shooting in an area with restaurants and bars in the central part of Tel Aviv.
The New York attorney general filed a motion to hold Donald Trump in contempt of court over not complying with a subpoena.
The U.N.'s General Assembly approved a resolution to suspend Russia from the council.
Colorado State University released a report showing that 2022 hurricane predictions are above the average figures from the past 30 years.
The governor is suing prosecutors in 13 counties with abortion clinics to protect abortion rights should the U.S. Supreme Court overturn Roe v. Wade.
The governor of Texas said the state would send migrants who have illegally crossed the border to Washington, D.C., in charter buses.
Matthew Martin was acquitted of all four charges during a bench trial in front of a judge.
"If owning Chanel means selling my Motherland, then I don't need Chanel," said one influencer who cut up her handbag in a social media post.
City officials have sent drones to tell residents not to protest the city's COVID-19 lockdown.
The sanctions targeting Maria Vorontsova and Katerina Tikhonova mean all of Putin's close family members are now cut off from U.S. financial systems.
"It is irresponsible to effectively confirm the congressional map for this election cycle seven days before voting begins," Gibbs said.
Two Ohio lawmakers introduced a bill that would ban teaching children from kindergarten to third grade about sexual orientation and gender identity.
Residents in a North Miami Beach apartment complex were told to evacuate following one of the building's recertification inspections.
The Amazon Labor Union has been contacted by people in over 50 Amazon warehouses across the country, organizer Christian Smalls said.
Jurors in Cruz's sentencing trial will be able to follow the path he took during his mass shooting of the Florida high school.
Police had earlier secured the area after an individual was shot at the Pennsylvania school.
"Occupation authorities" are holding Red Cross members who were trying to enter Mariupol to evacuate civilians, Ukraine's deputy prime minister said.
One person who was on board the plane, which brought down power lines as it descended, has been hospitalized.
The digital billboard campaign encourages people who are opposed to the controversial law to "come to the city where you can say whatever you want."
The U.S. will ask the United Nations to remove Russia from the Human Rights Council following Ukrainian accusations of killings in Bucha.
The jury will decide whether he will receive the death penalty or life in prison after pleading guilty to 17 counts of murder and 17 more of attempted murder.
The 2017 scam made international headlines and even led to a Hulu documentary.
The Olympic soccer star was arrested in North Carolina on charges of impaired driving, resisting arrest and misdemeanor child abuse.
The National Shooting Sports Foundation's 2022 impact report shows Texas and California had the most gun-making jobs and related economic output in 2021.
Lonnie Coffman was sentenced to nearly four years in prison after his pickup truck with Molotov cocktails and guns was found near the Capitol on January 6.