When Hurricane Ida hit the Gulf Coast state of Louisiana two weeks ago, floodwaters from the storm brought another danger to residents: wildlife.
Las Vegas Raiders running back Josh Jacobs will miss Sunday’s game against the Pittsburgh Steelers because of toe and ankle injuries, according to head coach Jon Gruden.
North Port police confirm that they spoke to a TikTok user who claimed to have given Brian Laundrie a ride just days after missing woman Gabby Petito was last confirmed seen alive.
The Juventus women’s soccer club came under fire Thursday after a blatantly racist image appeared on their social media account.
Pat Sajak is opening up about a big change viewers may have noticed this week on "Wheel of Fortune": the host is no longer the one performing the final spin of the wheel during each game.
Former Hawaii star quarterback Colt Brennan died of a drug overdose, TMZ Sports reported.
France’s ambassador to Australia described Saturday as a “huge mistake” Australia’s surprise cancellation of a major submarine contract in favor of a U.S. deal, delivering a final protest as the envoy was recalled from the country in an unprecedented show of anger among the allies.
A drone planned to make a drug drop at a Virginia jail. Instead, the drugs made its way from the sky onto a schoolyard. According to Brunswick County Sheriff's Office, the drone dropped the package off, containing marijuana, tobacco, a USB and cell phones around 5:40 am Thursday morning when it was spotted by a Brunswick Academy school employee.
Top White House aides set up a "wall" to shield President Biden from unscripted events and long interviews amid fears of the president’s testiness and habit of mangling statements, according to a new book.
Miami Dolphins wideout Will Fuller sat out the team’s season opener to complete a suspension that he received last year due to a failed drug test. The former Notre Dame star was set to return this week, but he’s away from the team because of a personal issue, and there is currently no timetable on when he will return.
A militant with ties to the Islamic State was killed as part of a sweeping counterterrorism campaign against extremists, the Indonesian military says. Another suspected extremist was also killed.
Emal Ahmadi, whose 3-year-old daughter was killed when a missile hit his elder brother's car, says the Afghan family demands that Washington punish the military personnel responsible.
Demonstrators planned to protest the ongoing prosecutions of people who participated in the Jan. 6 insurrection, which left several people dead.
Police searched a vast wildlife reserve near Florida's Gulf Coast for Brian Laundrie, 23, who is a person of interest in the disappearance of his girlfriend, Gabrielle "Gabby" Petito, 22.
Screenwriter Sarah Burgess focused the new series on three of the women at the center of the scandal. And in the process, gives people a story different from what they think they know.
About a quarter of U.S. health care workers have refused the COVID-19 vaccine as of July. They share demographic traits with other unvaccinated people and are putting hospitals in a tough spot.
Signs of slowdown are everywhere after huge increases in vacation bookings, traveling and eating out earlier this year. Southwest Airlines, Airbnb and restaurants are starting to see a pullback.
Dr. Wahid Majrooh tells NPR that "If I am hesitant and doubtful now it won't help anyone, and people in need of care will be the first to be affected."
Plans have yet to be finalized, but officials are considering five to eight flights a day. The official spoke to The Associated Press on condition of anonymity.
The 20-year-old case of Susan Berman's death took on new life after the millionaire Durst participated in a documentary that connected him to the slaying linked to his wife's 1982 disappearance.
Georgia's secretary of state is pushing for an amendment to the state's constitution, granting only U.S. citizens the right to vote. On Thursday, Brad Raffensperger signed his name on a petition launched by grassroots organization "Americans for Citizen Voting."
A conservative group started launching ads targeting vulnerable Democrats telling them to vote against the massive reconciliation package. On Friday, the American Action Network released two ads targeting vulnerable Virginia Reps. Abigail Spanberger (D) and Elaine Luria (D).
A nearly 21-year-old murder case has been put to rest in court following the announcement of Robert Durst's conviction. A Los Angeles County jury convicted multimillionaire Durst of killing his friend Susan Berman in 2000. The verdict was given on Friday after three days of deliberation.
A Food and Drug Administration (FDA) advisory committee halted the Biden administration's push to administer booster shots for Pfizer's COVID-19 vaccine. On Friday, an advisory panel to the FDA voted not to fully approve the booster shots for the Pfizer vaccine.
New York's new governor recently released dozens of prisoners and has vowed to release even more.
World leaders celebrate the historic Abraham Accords, the agreements President Trump brokered last year to normalize relations between Israel and other Middle Eastern countries. In a conference call on Friday, Secretary of State Antony Blinken met with leaders from Israel, Bahrain, the UAE and Morocco.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) announces billions of dollars will be allocated towards infection control efforts to better protect patients across health care facilities. The federal government is allocating $2.1 billion to provide better infection control in health care facilities across the nation.
Texas Gov. Greg Abbott (R) has signed a nearly $2 billion border security bill into law. On Friday, Abbott signed legislation to allocate an additional $1.8 billion to protecting the southern border over the next two years.
The Pentagon admitted it made a "tragic mistake" after 10 civilians were killed in a U.S. airstrike in Kabul. Top officials acknowledged the error on Friday, saying the strike killed three adults and seven children and not ISIS-K terrorists as originally reported.
Former Director of National Intelligence (DNI) Richard Grenell called the new charges in the John Durham probe an important development. In an interview on Wednesday, Grenell called the probe a swamp situation, saying while the charges are an important development, they aren't the key to the whole investigation.
Officials will charter daily flights back to Haiti.
Country was earlier hailed for keeping numbers low amid aggressive immunization policy.
"Geofence warrants" deployed by law enforcement as part of dragnets.
Agency warns of tough shifts amid surging immigration numbers.
Law enforcement chiefs call order "a threat to individual liberty" and "a public health disaster that will displace vulnerable workers and exacerbate a nationwide hospital staffing crisis."
A Hellfire missile was launched Aug. 29, aiming to kill ISIS-K planners. Instead, the strike killed "as many as 10 civilians, including up to seven children," Gen. Kenneth F. McKenzie, the head of U.S. Central Command, said Friday.
The vetoed legislation mandated residents show ID each time they cast a ballot, expanding upon existing law that only requires it of first-time voters.
If approved by voters, the ballot proposal would replace the Minneapolis police department.
"It's hard to imagine how giving a tax break of $12,500 to someone buying a $74,000 electric vehicle is a way to help working class workers," said GOP Rep. Carol Miller.
Smart Voting is a strategy designed by imprisoned opposition leader Alexei Naval.