Is child labor making a comeback? Several US states are considering or have passed bills that would make it legal for children to work in certain types of jo...
Donald Trump was indicted on Tuesday for his wide-ranging attempts to overturn the 2020 election, the third time in four months that the former U.S. president has been criminally charged even as he campaigns to regain the presidency next year.
A federal appeals court says a Biden administration rule aimed at curbing the use of stabilizing braces on handguns is unlikely to survive a legal challenge.
Interesting claim, wonder if it's true? Wouldn't be surprised if it was.
Joe Biden's son Hunter Biden has been slapped with several misdemeanor tax charges, but whistleblowers allege that's not all he's guilty of, and that he's ge...
The U.S. Department of Education has opened an investigation into Harvard University’s policies on legacy admissions, which give an edge to applicants with family ties to alumni.
Ohio voters will decide this fall whether the right to an abortion should be added to the state constitution.
A U.S. federal judge on Tuesday blocked President Joe Biden's new regulation restricting asylum access at the U.S.-Mexico border, upending a key tenet of his plan to deter migration after COVID-era Title 42 restrictions ended in May.
China is the third largest holder of US bonds, which means the US is constantly paying its No. 1 enemy on its debt. But if the US wanted to, it could turn t...
Migrants in Tunisia’s port city of Sfax who are aiming to make Europe their new home are now sharing the burden and the blame for escalating tensions deeply tinged with racism amid the fears of European leaders who are trying to stanch the numbers of people arriving at their shores.
Florida Governor Ron DeSantis came to the defense of former President Donald Trump on Tuesday, assailing as politically motivated attempts to hold his rival for the 2024 Republican presidential nomination legally accountable for trying to overturn the 2020 election.
Republican presidential candidate Ron DeSantis is promising to end birthright citizenship, finish building the U.S.
NATO leaders gather for a summit in Vilnius on Tuesday seeking to overcome divisions on Ukraine's membership bid after a deal to lift Turkey's block on Sweden joining the military alliance.
Texas has started rolling out what is set to become a new floating barrier on the Rio Grande. The state's move on Friday is the latest escalation of Republican Gov.
The United States announced on Friday that it would supply Ukraine with widely banned cluster munitions for its counteroffensive against occupying Russian forces, and NATO's leader said the military alliance would unite at a summit next week on how to bring Ukraine closer to joining.
The Pentagon is scrambling to retain the main pipeline for new service members as disillusioned families steer young people away. This article is part of a series examining the problems confronting America’s military.
In a 6-3 decision, the court's conservative majority found that federal law does not authorize the program to wipe out nearly half-a-trillion dollars in debt.
SCOTUS decides for the service provider in the Masterpiece Cakeshop rerun. Interesting implications for service providers. I wonder if this will have a significant everyday impact or if it won't be noticeable.
Major news, this means the ending of affirmative action in the college admissions process!...
Food insecurity is rising in the U.S. as the end of pandemic-era aid and higher food costs strain low-income Americans, according to data released on Wednesday by the U.S. Census Bureau and two surveys from anti-hunger groups.
SCOTUS has ruled 6-3 that state legislature district drawing actions can be reviewed by state courts, and those judgements of state courts can be reviewed by federal ones. A surprise decision to see Kavanaugh and Barrett reject the independent state legislature theory, since they seemed to be supportive of it.
SCOTUS decides that when persecuting people for "true threats" that the prosecution must show that the person making the threat acted with "recklessness".
A historic number of Americans prefer neither President Biden nor former President Trump be elected president in 2024, according to a new CNN/SSRS poll. The survey found that 33 percent favored Tru…
Wagner's lightning insurrection appeared to develop with little pushback from Russia's regular armed forces, raising questions about Vladimir Putin's hold on power even after the abrupt halt to the advance.