The Justice Department warned Washington, D.C., courts to expect up to 1,200 more prosecutions relating to Jan. 6, 2021 and the storming of the U.S. Capitol, according to an October 2022 letter.
First-year head coach Jon Scheyer made ACC history on Tuesday by going undefeated at home in his first year as head coach. Duke defeated NC State 71-67.
Montana hunter Amber Rose Barnes, who boasted about shooting and killing a husky she believed to be a wolf, reportedly received a six-month deferred sentence on a misdemeanor charge.
Radio host Charlamagne The God reacted to actor Woody Harrelson trashing the mainstream COVID-19 narrative during his recent "Saturday Night Live" monologue.
Finland has begun construction on a border fence that will increase security along the eastern border with Russia in response to a rise in illegal immigration after Russia invaded Ukraine.
Who are Paul Vallas and Brandon Johnson, the two candidates headed into an April runoff election to become Chicago's next mayor after putting an end to incumbent Mayor Lightfoot's one-term tenure?
The United States Conference of Catholic Bishops released a letter Monday urging senators to oppose a motion that would remove the decades-passed deadline for the ratification of the Equal Rights Amendment.
A Denver, Colorado, man who was shot by the police did not receive medical attention until five minutes later. The victim’s family questions why care was delayed.
The Washington Senate has unanimously passed a bill Tuesday that would require clergy members to report allegations of child abuse and neglect.
Progressive Austin District Attorney Jose Garza is facing criticism for negotiating a deal that involved no jail time for an intoxicated bus driver who killed a cyclist.
I worked for the FDA and its dangerous, new decision wasn’t clinical or scientific. It is thinly disguised partisan politics and will put lives at risk.