Biden administration seeks to prevent potential Russian invasion of Ukraine
The Biden administration said it is consulting with Congress and allies on options aimed at dissuading Russia from carrying out a potential attack on Ukraine.
'She's going to lose': Dems brag redistricting dooms conservative Illinois freshman
First-term Rep. Mary Miller says she's running for reelection, even though Democrats in the state legislature gutted her district and forced her to consider challenging two of her GOP colleagues.
A 17-year-old student faces charges after prosecutors claim she rapped about shooting up her school 'like Oxford'
She is charged with one count of false threat of terrorism and one count of using a computer to commit a crime, which each carry a 20-year sentence.
Head of Wisconsin 2020 election inquiry takes mayors to court
Former Wisconsin Supreme Court Justice Michael Gableman is requesting that a circuit court compel two Wisconsin mayors to comply with his investigation into the 2020 election.
Cold Case slaying in Massachusetts cracked by DNA from conch shell, officials say
David Reed, 53, was indicted for the 2001 alleged slaying of his half-sister, Rose Marie Moniz, officials said. Reed's DNA was recovered from a conch shell.
Suburban NYC Police Dept. Investigated for Alleged Illegal Strip Searches, Excessive Force
Calls to ban books intensify amid critical race theory debate
White House blames Republicans for prolonging the pandemic
Michigan high school student escaped likely death by running from bathroom as mass shooter killed another
Senator Collins comes under fire after SCOTUS signals support for restrictive abortion ban
Gov. Kay Ivey warns Biden, OSHA vaccine mandate could create 'economic damage' in Alabama
The Disgusting Reality Behind Ron DeSantis New ‘Army’
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Afghans in war-scarred village struggle to rebuild homes
Pegasus spyware on State Department phones: What you need to know
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Nevada governor apologizes for state's role in indigenous schools
Right-wing activists are openly 'weaponizing' a new Twitter policy against doxxing
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