Global Rule of Law Declines During Pandemic, Study Shows
More than a third of Chicago police officers defy city vaccine mandate
About 4,500 Chicago police officers didn't report their vaccination status by October 15 as mandated by the city, officials said Monday.
Janet Yellen says the recent debt ceiling hike will only cover the government's bills through December 3
The Treasury Secretary said the government will use "extraordinary measures" to stay funded, and it's "imperative" to find a longer-term solution.
Jackie O tops first ladies' list; Jill in middle, Melania near bottom
Jacqueline Kennedy tops a new poll of America's favorite first ladies while current occuppent Jill Biden comes in near the middle and Melania Trump was second from the bottom.
Southwest Airlines debacle is symptomatic of bigger pandemic problems
The key driver for such cancellations is likely the COVID-19 vaccine mandate for its employees.
State IG launches investigations into end of Afghanistan operations
The reviews will focus on the visa program and refugee resettlement, among other issues.
Trump sues to block White House records from Jan. 6 riot probe committee
Trump Dodges Questions in Marathon Deposition Over Protest Violence, Lawyer Says
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'Leadership is solving problems': General Colin Powell's rules for leadership and more
Gov. Greg Abbott expected to sign transgender sports bill
What Colin Powell's COVID-19 Death Says About the Current State of the Pandemic
Judge agrees to delay sentencing of former Gaetz associate as cooperation continues
State Dept. internal watchdog launches investigation into Afghanistan troop withdrawal
A police watchdog in New York recommends discipline for 65 NYPD officers accused of misconduct during BLM protests
Trump files lawsuit to block release of Jan. 6 documents
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Sinclair Broadcast Group Says Some of Its TV Stations Hit By Ransomware Attack
Body of Missing Fla. Mom Found in Canal, Convicted Murderer Released in 2020 Allegedly Confesses