Former president Donald Trump says that he’s been charged by the Justice Department in connection with the discovery that hundreds of classified documents were taken to his Mar-a-Lago home after he left the White House.
By a vote of 5-4, the justices ruled that Alabama’s new congressional map likely violates the Voting Rights Act and, even more significantly, the court declined an invitation to adopt an interpretation of the act.
Groups calling themselves the Free Russia Legion and the Russian Volunteer Corps have launched raids inside Russia. Drones have flown over Moscow, damaging what may be the homes of Russian intelligence officers.
David Zaslav was clear from the day he took control of CNN about what he wanted for the cable news network: to move the network away from what he viewed as left-leaning “advocacy” and toward more “balance.”
The case centers around a trademark dispute with the makers of the Bad Spaniels dog toy. The toy, created by VIP Products, looks like a Jack Daniel's whiskey bottle but includes poop-themed jokes and other differences.
As Marine veteran Daniel Penny watched an erratic homeless man allegedly threaten to murder terrified passengers on a New York City subway — including women and children — he said he felt a moral obligation to act.
A key former White House official was interviewed earlier this year by special counsel prosecutors investigating the handling of classified materials by both former President Donald Trump and President Joe Biden.
Hardworking families are reaping the rewards. Fewer Americans are behind on their mortgages or filing for bankruptcy than before the pandemic. Real income for the bottom half of earners is up by 3.4% since I took office.
Johnny Depp fans who are clamoring for him to once step into Captain Jack Sparrow's tattered boots and tricorn are set to face bitter disappointment because the actor has absolutely no plans to ever work with Disney again.
The Anti-Defamation League has warned Twitter against giving “obvious antisemite” Tucker Carlson a “huge megaphone” after he used his debut program to describe the Jewish Ukrainian president as “rat-like” and a “persecutor of Christians.”
For readers only aware of Zuckerberg’s professional life, the Facebook founder has gotten slightly yoked and really into BJJ and a recent article in the New York Times decided to analyze his sporting habits.
The fashion for transgenderism has brought with it a new euphemism: “gender-affirming care,” which means surgical and pharmacological interventions designed to make the body look and feel more like that of the opposite sex.
Dale Wheatley, who performs deliveries for the Anatomical Gift Association of Illinois, came into work two weeks ago and found sage burning and three severed heads lying on a plastic container by his desk.
The Davidson County Chancery Court ruled that the parents of students who were killed or traumatized during the March 27 active shooter attack at the Covenant School in Nashville have a legal standing to intervene on behalf of their children.
of Milwaukee teen James Stokes went from making flyers for a missing person to posters for a memorial. The 17-year-old was found dead in a vehicle at the Milwaukee tow lot days after a crash.
Joe Biden Allegedly Paid
$5M by Burisma Executive as Part of a Bribery Scheme, According to FBI Document
President Joe Biden dismissed House GOP accusations of a multi-million dollar bribery scheme involving him as "malarkey", following the House Oversight and Accountability Committee's review of an unverified FBI investigation document.