On Thursday, video posted on social media showed protesters outside of the home of a man, reported to be an Army captain, who was caught on video Monday harassing a Black man in a South Carolina neighborhood.
Wind and waves caused the commercial ship to flip over in the Gulf of Mexico on Tuesday. The U.S. Coast Guard has been searching for 12 missing people south of Port Fourchon, Louisiana.
Despite an onslaught of criticism from Republicans and calls to travel to the scene of the U.S. migration crisis, Harris said top aides have been delegated to oversee the issues at the southern border.
Rep. Steve Scalise pointed to a historic precedent and affirmed that Rep. Matt Gaetz will be removed from his House committees if the DOJ files charges against him.
Sununu said plans to have Gaetz speak should be canceled. The Florida congressman is under federal investigation for allegations of sex trafficking and sex with a minor.
In excerpts of a planned Wednesday speech released by the White House, Biden says he will not allow a fifth president to inherit the conflict in Afghanistan due to the nearly 20-year-old 9/11 tragedy.
An internal report obtained by the Associated Press revealed that Capitol Police were ordered not to use weapons that could have dispersed rioters on January 6.
The state senator asked Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey to have Kennedy suspended from the platform permanently.
Coinbase is set to become the most valuable exchange in the U.S. based on current $100 billion predictions ahead of its public debut, but analysts warn that these expectations are likely overvalued for such a nascent company.
A California asian man named Michael Sangbong Rhee was arrested by the Irvine Police Department for a targeted attack on an asian woman he thought was white.
Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesperson Zhao Lijian warned the U.S. "not to play with fire on the Taiwan issue," on Tuesday.
A new study shows that amid a nationwide exodus from cities in 2020, San Francisco, the most expensive place to live in the U.S., lost more residents than any other metro area.
The U.S. and its European allies have been trying to revive the 2015 Iran Nuclear deal, which the Trump administration withdrew from in 2018.
Burton acknowledged the petition in a tweet that expressed his apparent interest in the job.
Fox News guests Geraldo Rivera and Leo Terrell launched into a shouting match during Bill Hemmer's segment on a new crime plan for St. Louis.
The former president publicly endorsed the Republican Wisconsin senator to run for re-election in 2022.
It is the latest cruise operator to cancel voyages from U.S. waters as the industry calls on the CDC to
Cafeteria manager Yanet Lopez was widely celebrated by students and staff at Prairie Vale Elementary School in Edmond, Oklahoma, on Tuesday for passing her U.S. citizenship test.
President Joe Biden's $2 trillion infrastructure plan and its earmarks are raising some eyebrows, and a central question: What is infrastructure?
The large sum was raised after the Georgia Republican took her seat in Congress on January 3.
Nearly half of the COVID-19 cases reported across the country have been in just five states. According to data complied by Johns Hopkins University, New York, Michigan, Florida, Pennsylvania and New Jersey combined have reported 44 percent of COVID-19 cases across the U.S. last week.
In addition to its U.S. sailings through June, the cruise line also canceled its European cruises through September 18.
The IRS is not planning to issue third stimulus payments as prepaid debit cards to federal benefit recipients, according to the SSA.
Mask requirements have been lifted in several states in recent days, including Kansas, Arizona and Texas.
Some COVID-19 restrictions, including mask mandates, were gradually eased from 2020 as well as in recent months this year.
The Home Depot has not said if it plans to address Georgia's fight after the state's controversial election reform bill was signed into law.
A record number of firearms were detected at airport security checkpoints across the U.S. in 2020, while rates of travel were much lower compared with years past.
A report by the Brennan Center for Justice found there were 361 laws on the books as of March 24 that included provisions to limit voter access.