Sen. Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) is pushing back again his Democrat colleagues who are calling for a ceasefire between Israel and the terrorist organization Hamas.
Rudy Giuliani's attorneys have denounced how the former New York City mayor is being treated by federal authorities.
As Joe Biden forces small businesses to compete against welfare checks for employees, Republican governors are pushing back.
Joe Biden's ethics are being called into question due to his recent hiring spree.
Jury selection for a case involving an illegal immigrant charged in killing an Iowa college student is under way.
An adviser to President Trump confirmed his signature MAGA rallies are making a comeback in just a few weeks. That's according to The Hill Monday, which also reported two events are set to be held in June and one in early July.
A series of mass protests are being orchestrated by Palestinian terrorist group Hamas and are expected to lead to even more violence among the region.
A video resurfaced of one of the co-founders of Black Lives Matter optimistically promoting a book she compared to infamous Chinese leader Mao Zedong's communist red book.
Former top Pentagon officials and current lawmakers are calling for the government to release their latest information on UFO's.
Afghani President Ashraf Ghani said his country is preparing for the worst in the wake of a delayed and disorienting withdrawal of U.S. troops. On Monday, he told reporters that after the years he has spent working to restore the government, he would not give into to Taliban demands.
Washington state's Democratic governor, Jay Inslee, signed 12 bills into law Tuesday on everything from the tactics officers use in the field, to circumstances under which officers can be decertified.
A fungus called Massospora produces an amphetamine in some cicadas and makes them lose control. Cicadas that are infected lose their genitals — and they don't even notice.
In the 1980s, false accusations of satanic ritual abuse spread across the U.S. Now, QAnon has revived those fears, borrowing from the playbook of the Satanic Panic from decades prior.
The legislation, which had near-unanimous support from the Senate, now goes to President Biden's desk for his signature.
The governor banned mandates, except in hospitals and long-term carecenters supported by the state, along with many corrections facilities. Mask requirements in public schools expire June 4.
The financial gap between wealthy hospitals and safety-net hospitals, which take everyone who walks through their doors, has widened during the pandemic, an NPR and PBS Frontline investigation found.
A pregnant journalist investigates and finds many pregnant, COVID-positive women can't access life-saving healthcare during the country's deadly second wave.
The Pittsburgh-born actor was known for his awkward manner and sharp intelligence. In addition to performing, Grodin wrote and delivered commentaries, and was a regular guest on late-night television.
According to a statement from New York Public Radio, an outside investigation found that Garfield violated the company's anti-bullying policy. He was the subject of a similar investigation in 2020.
More than 130 million metric tons of single-use plastics were thrown out in 2019, according to a new report that puts Exxon Mobil atop a list of the companies that produce it.
At a Senate Intelligence hearing Tuesday for Christopher Fonzone’s nomination as general counsel at the Office of the Director of National Intelligence (ODNI), Senator Ben Sasse raised concerns over the nominee’s brief work with Chinese telecoms company Huawei.
Roger Federer played his first match on clay in nearly two years. However, it wasn’t the comeback that the legendary tennis player had hoped for.
Former star NFL wide receiver Keyshawn Johnson defended quarterbacks like Aaron Rodgers, Deshaun Watson, and Russell Wilson in a way on Tuesday by arguing that the recent behavior by each player demanding more from their respective franchises is nothing new.
Federal authorities have charged a former University of Louisville assistant basketball coach with attempting to extort the university after his dismissal from the team.
Charles Barkley has given $1,000 apiece to the more than 200 employees of a city school system in his native Alabama.
LeBron James and Steph Curry are used to meeting in the spring with an NBA championship up for grabs.
Former Secretary of State Mike Pompeo is warning that U.S. money, that would go to Iran if the Biden administration rejoins the Iran nuclear deal, could end up funding terror groups like Hamas -- who are currently launching rockets into Israel.
After a summer and fall of antipolice protests around the country, reports that departments were having trouble retaining and hiring officers, the NYPD announced Tuesday afternoon that roughly 1,000 less people took interest in taking the city’s police exam this year compared to last.
A judge made her first ruling on a motion that was filed in the divorce proceedings between Bill and Melinda Gates.
Wall Street Journal editorial board member William McGurn pushed back Tuesday on American Federation of Teachers President Randi Weingarten after she slammed an op-ed critical of her school reopening recommendations.
Trump said that it is "Good news" for the Peach State and the GOP.
Sheriff Paul Penzone objects to sharing data with a "private uncertified hacking company based on a hunch," despite court order.
Brown was fatally shot while sheriff deputies were trying to serve a felony warrant.
"I think it will be the biggest race in the country," Giuliani said of challenging Cuomo.
The House approved the measure in a 364-62 vote.
The Trump-Pence administration sought to strengthen ties with Israel, the United States' closest and longest ally in the Middle East.
While President, Trump was able to normalize relations between Israel and several Arab nations.
Duncan argues the GOP remains too focused on the 2020 presidential election.
Some of the organizations backing the letter include Media Matters, GLAAD, NARAL, MoveOn and Black Lives Matter Global Network Foundation.
Attorneys say tactic is to create "maximum prejudicial coverage" of Giuliani and former President Trump.
The Federal Bureau of Investigation has been reviewing a possible scheme to funnel illegal donations to the 2020 re-election campaign of U.S. Senator Susan Collins, a Maine Republican, recently unsealed court records in Washington show.The FBI is investigating whether...
The American Idol judges break their silence in the wake of country singer Caleb Kennedy being dropped from the show due to a leaked controversial KKK related video, reported People Magazine.
Sen. Tim Scott, R-S.C., on Tuesday hit out at The Washington Post for running a headline that appeared to blame Israel's Iron Dome missile defense system for perpetuating the conflict in the Gaza strip.
enate Republicans are signaling that they will try to block - or at least slow down - a Democratic effort to create a 9/11-style commission on the deadly Jan. 6 breach of the U.S. Capitol, threatening the chances of a deeper, independent look at the siege and how it could...
A Michigan judge on Tuesday dismissed a lawsuit seeking to audit and recount votes from the 2020 presidential election in Antrim County, a case former President Donald Trump touted as "major," the Washington Examiner reports.
The House passed by a wide bipartisan margin legislation to combat hate crimes across the country, a measure sparked by a sharp rise in attacks against Asian-Americans and Pacific Islanders since the coronavirus pandemic began.The 364-62 vote comes just weeks after the...
A faction of Arizona Republicans is actively feuding with the GOP-led Arizona Senate over the audit of the 2020 presidential election results in Maricopa County, with county officials battling Senate President Karen Fann over claims of "serious issues" uncovered by...
Texas Gov. Greg Abbott on Tuesday ordered all government entities in the state, including school districts, to lift mask mandates by week's end, though existing guidelines for face-coverings in schools may remain in effect through June 4. Abbott's executive order puts Texas...
U.S. stocks ended lower on Tuesday as a sharp decline in telecom stocks and weak housing starts data overshadowed better-than-expected earnings from Walmart and Home Depot.AT&T Inc was among the biggest percentage decliners in the benchmark S&P 500. It extended declines...
The Pentagon intends to screen social media content for extremist material in a pilot program said to be part of the Biden administration’s crackdown on domestic extremism, The Intercept reports.