A third Oath Keeper has pleaded guilty to seditious conspiracy and obstruction charges in the January 6, 2021, Capitol insurrection.
"This is as urgent and as real as it gets," Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer said. "We will vote to protect a woman's right to choose."
Over the past decade, more than 20,000 abortions were performed every year in the state, according to the Ohio Department of Health.
Oklahoma's Republican Governor Kevin Stitt signed a Texas-style abortion ban Tuesday prohibiting pregnancy termination after six weeks.
The Texas Military Department is allegedly advising soldiers against performing water rescues after a National Guardsmen drowned last month during a rescue.
A draft opinion from a U.S. Supreme Court justice to strike down the landmark ruling has leaked.
Members of the People's Convoy are suing the District of Columbia claiming police violated their First Amendment rights by blocking their entry into the city.
Voting advocacy groups are suing Georgia election officials, claiming the new rule suppress rights of absentee voters.
"We've gone two years without him catching COVID, and it's just Ozzy's luck that he would get it now," Sharon Osbourne said in tears.
Earlier in the week, billionaire Elon Musk began his Twitter antics and has since gained over 2.5 million followers after a string of joke tweets.
A U.S. judge has struck down Ghislaine Maxwell's motion to throw out her sex trafficking conviction.
"We now have evidence to support the story of the worst presidential political offense against the Union in American history," Rep. Jamie Raskin said.
A 22-year-old former U.S. Marine died on Monday while fighting alongside the Ukrainian army, reports say.
The CDC announced that the one case does not change the human risk assessment for the general public, which is "low" at this time.
Texas lawmakers are calling for an investigation into the lack of military equipment that may have contributed to a National Guardsman's death.
Senator Elizabeth Warren claims that if only Elon Musk has the power to make important changes to Twitter, his decisions will affect millions of users.
Prince Andrew has been stripped of his Freedom of the City of York title for his close ties with convicted sex offenders Jeffrey Epstein and Ghislaine Maxwell.
The head of the Sumy Regional Military Administration reported that Russian forces blasted the Sumy Region over 50 times within 30 minutes on Wednesday.
A former U.S. Army staff sergeant tweeted that Russians have been trying to get his location in Ukraine from his Twitter account.
Twitter said it has been monitoring the "recent fluctuations in follower counts" after Elon Musk's buyout.
Police said the juvenile suspect was not a stranger to Peters. No other details about the suspect have been released.
The Texas law bans abortions at the point of the "first detectable heartbeat" and does not make exceptions for rape or incest.
"OSHA's investigation did not find any violations or causes for citations, but we're constantly looking to innovate and improve our safety measures," an Amazon spokesperson said.
Piers Morgan explained he edited the promo video just as Trump supposedly edited previews of Celebrity Apprentice for more excitement.
"You cannot play songs that use n***** in it because it is counter to good order and discipline," Major General Stephen Neary said to a group of Junior Marines.
U.S. sponsors must pass background checks and prove they have sufficient financial resources to "receive, maintain, and support" the Ukrainians they pledge to help.
D.C. Metropolitan Police Department said they believe the suspect killed himself as officers were entering a fifth-floor apartment in the Van Ness area.
Madison Cawthorn's recent NRA endorsement may be the boost he needs to win back GOP voters.
A bipartisan group of 17 members of Congress is calling on the U.S to send help to Ukraine's strained healthcare system.
Russia's Chechen unit has posted a video of its soldiers in front of a burning building declaring Mariupol has been taken.