Video taken in the country's second-largest city circulating on social media shows Grad missiles raining down, mostly falling on apartment buildings.
A man who put a New York woman in critical condition after a violent robbery was arrested and charged.
Investigators are looking into reports that mourners were shot after a wake after video was circulated on social media.
A senior executive for Estée Lauder was ousted after posting a joke on Instagram that contained a racial slur.
Though costly, the senator stated that both sides of the political spectrum seemed to be in favor of supporting Ukraine.
The CDC announced it would classify counties as high, medium or low risk, with 70 percent of Americans falling in medium to low risk areas.
Some international sports organizations, such as UEFA, have already said they will move events out of Russia, but IOC's statement encourages a larger movement.
In 2021, New York City experienced its highest number of public transit assaults since 1997, with 100 more felonies in the subway system than in 2020.
The Oklahoma senator, who has held his seat since 1994, will cut his term short and step down by the end of the year.
James and Jennifer Crumbley have been charged with manslaughter following accusations they did not heed warnings that their son could carry out the shooting.
Due to COVID concerns, the marathon went virtual in 2020 and was reduced to just over 25,000 runners in 2021.
An adviser to Ukraine's interior minister said artillery damage to the site could spread "radioactive nuclear dust" across Ukraine, Belarus and EU countries.
This is the Biden administration's first sale of this nature, keeping with the president's plans to help alleviate the effects of climate change.
Over 1.7 million vehicles could be affected by a braking problem that causes cars to stop for no reason.
The government declared a state of emergency for 30 days, starting Thursday.
Ted Cruz's office announced Cruz would lift his hold on President Joe Biden's State Department nominees.
The U.S. trucker convoy going to Washington D.C. is currently made up of eight vehicles, one of them an 18-wheeler.
CDC research has shown those 12 years and older can benefit from waiting up to eight weeks between their first and second COVID-19 vaccine doses.
The websites for the Ukrainian parliament, Cabinet of Ministers and Ministry of Foreign Affairs are not working due to a distributed denial-of-service attack.
A driver was arrested after an 80 mph chase with California police.
Hasson has argued the "terrorism enhancement" that extended his sentence length was not valid because he was not convicted of a terrorism-related crime.
Russia's Ministry of Foreign Affairs said its diplomats have been the target of attacks on diplomatic buildings and vehicles being set on fire.
The Union of European Football Associations is looking for another location to host the Champions League final should Russia invade Ukraine.
Lich was charged with counseling to commit mischief by allegedly helping to organize truck protests against COVID-19 vaccine mandates.
The inspections temporarily stopped last week after an inspector and his family was threatened.
A preliminary measure by the U.K.'s weather service showed wind gusts at 122 miles per hour on the Isle of Wight.
The legislation would allow people to sue gun companies the way Texans can now sue abortion providers.
Jones was dragged by the vehicle, leaving him with several skull fractures, a broken leg and internal bleeding that ended up being fatal, court records said.
The rules have received backlash from journalists, who say they are making it easier for the lawmakers to avoid their questions.
This could wind up as the highest number of officers indicted in connection with the protests sparked by George Floyd's 2020 murder.