The Manhattan grand jury concluded its proceedings in former President Trump’s case on Monday afternoon with no vote. The grand jury had reconvened Monday in New York City after its proceedings related to Manhattan District Attorney Alvin
Three adults and three children are confirmed dead following a mass shooting Monday morning at The Covenant School, a private Christian school in Nashville. The 28-year-old female suspect was killed in an altercation with police. Don Aaron,
Authorities in West Reading, PA confirmed on Sunday night that the remains of two more victims of the chocolate factory explosion in Pennsylvania were discovered, bringing the death toll from the explosion on Friday at the R.M.
President Joe Biden declared a major disaster in Mississippi, in the aftermath of the deadly tornado that ripped through the Mississippi Delta late Friday, leaving the region — one of the poorest in the country — devastated. At
TikTok CEO Shou Zi Chew testified before the House Energy and Commerce Committee on Thursday, with the tech executive receiving bipartisan questioning about the video platform’s ability to protect U.S. consumer information from ending up in the hands
The Capitol rioter who led a mob to the office of Rep. Nancy Pelosi was sentenced by a federal judge to three years in prison on Thursday. Riley Williams, convicted on six counts relating to storming the
Authorities say that the 17-year-old suspect accused of shooting two school administrators at a Denver high school on Wednesday was found dead in a nearby county. Officials in Park County, Colorado said that a body had been
The Federal Reserve is raising its key interest rate by 0.25% –their ninth consecutive rate hike — to fight against inflation while warning that the series of historic bank collapses could weigh negatively on the economy. The
The Supreme Court ruled unanimously Tuesday for a a deaf student who sued his public school system for providing an inadequate education, a significant victory for other disabled students who allege they were failed by school officials.
The nation’s second-largest school district, based in Los Angeles, shut its doors to 422,000 students Tuesday in support of workers with the Service Employees International Union (“SEIU”) that launched a three-day strike over pay. More than 60,000