Oregon Secretary of State Shemia Fagan said Kristof does not meet state residency requirements. Kristof challenged the decision, leading to the court's order.
Delta Air Lines officials said that while they were negatively impacted by the Omicron surge, they expect to see recovery in a few months.
The retired general described the House select committee investigating January 6 as the "insurrection persecution by Nancy Pelosi."
The nephew of the former president will speak at "Defeat the Mandates" rally in D.C. on January 23 having been criticized for spreading COVID-19 misinformation.
"Don't kiss or snuggle your bearded dragon," the CDC said as one of the additional ways to avoid catching the illness.
School nurses told Newsweek about the double workload they've had to take on and the pushback they've received from parents.
Alexis Avila faces charges of attempted murder and felony child abuse for putting her newborn son into a garbage bag and throwing him inside a dumpster.
The woman remains in hospital receiving treatment for her injuries
Members of the scientific community said they "deplore the personal attacks on Dr. Fauci."
Lara Trump said voters have seen how bad it can be with a Democrat in office, giving Trump a clear advantage over former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.
About 1,200 students from Oakland, California, have signed a petition threatening to boycott classes unless the district shifts to remote learning or improves COVID prevention measures.
Former "Jeopardy!" champ Brad Rutter has addressed questions over the past year's relatively large number of big winners.
The Republican congressman warned that "truth doesn't matter" to his political party.
The Center for Covid Control is under scrutiny after customers complained about the Illinois-based company's practices.
Mountain lion expert Josh Rosenau says the animals are fearful of humans and don't see us as prey.
The day honoring the birthday, life and legacy of the civil rights leader was first observed back in 1986.
The House Minority Leader's statements about the Capitol riots "changed markedly" after a meeting with Donald Trump, according to the House select committee.
The vice chair of the Committee investigating the Capitol attack said the House's top Republican is trying to "cover up" what happened by refusing to cooperate.
Michael Weathersby was brutally attacked while shopping for groceries in Houston. Two suspects are at large.
The South Carolina lawmaker told Fox News the top Senate Republican must have a "working relationship" with the former president.
The conservative pundit, a former Trump supporter, was unimpressed by his swipe at "gutless" politicians who won't say if they've had a third dose of COVID vaccine.