WASHINGTON (AP) — A judge on Friday awarded more than $1 million to a Black church in downtown Washington, D.C. that sued the far-right Proud Boys for tearing down and burning a Black Lives Matter banner during a 2020 protest.
Another wave of wildfire smoke has drifted into the US, dimming blue summer skies and igniting troubling concerns regarding the increasing frequency of fires, and what they have to do with climate change.
David C. Weiss, a Trump appointee, denied that he had retaliated against an I.R.S. official who testified about divisions in the case.
One would be hard-pressed to find two phrases that more aptly describe the court's actions, than “judicial activism” and “legislating from the bench.”
I now realize that I was completely wrong. It may be time for race-conscious affirmative action to end—this month, the Supreme Court is expected to issue decisions to that effect—but it’s ...
Rep. Santos (R-N.Y.), a serial liar, faces federal charges for fraud and money laundering. Prosecutors say they have a mountain of evidence against him.
A rabid bobcat attacked a children’s camp leader as he slept in a hammock at a state park, according to the Connecticut Department of Energy and Environmental Protection.
Outdoor workers, fishermen and a group of students who waited all year for an intensive band camp are all searching for ways to adapt to the pervasive heat.
The federal criminal case against former President Donald Trump is damning. If the federal prosecutors can prove even a portion of what is detailed in the 49-page indictment, then a jury should ...
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In his first public remarks on the matter, William Burns said the U.S. "has had and will have no part" in Prigozhin's rebellion or its fallout.
Environmental experts say that the Candian and U.S. governments need to take a more proactive approach at combating the root causes of growing wildfires.
After years of speculation and rumors, the Blazers' all-time leading scorer on Saturday finally asked to be traded.
Trump told his supporters — who booed Graham at his Saturday rally — that the South Carolina senator would help him bring in additional voters.
There is something for everyone at the movies this summer, both in theaters and streaming at home. The summer movie season goes into high-drive in July, with the debut of the seventh “Mission: Impossible” (July 12) movie followed by the “Oppenheimer” and “Barbie” showdown on July 21.
The king’s speech followed Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte’s apology late last year for the country’s role in the slave trade and slavery.
Twitter is imposing a temporary cap on the number of tweets that accounts can see each day, a move that sparked backlash from some users.
"I make this apology myself. And I feel the weight of the words in my heart and my soul," King Willem-Alexander said at a ceremony marking 160 years since the end of slavery in the Netherlands.
Sam's Club is offering a deal for new members this Fourth of July you've got to see. Right now, the Walmart-owned warehouse chain is offering a one-year membership to Sam's Club for $25. That's half off the usual price of a Sam's Club membership.
Elon Musk introduced, then quickly amended, new rules on Saturday that set "temporary limits" on how many Twitter posts can be read per day.
In addition, the two parties agreed to a new 25-year Debswana mining licensing deal that will run through to 2054.
Saturday's remarks showed that the former president was still intently focused on a series of criminal charges against him.
Supporters of former President Trump booed and called South Carolina Sen. Lindsey Graham (R) a “traitor” at a rally in the senator’s home state on Saturday. “Thank y’all for coming. Thank you very
The ruling Sierra Leone People’s Party has won 60% of the seats in a parliamentary election, the election commission said on Saturday, as the main opposition party demanded a rerun of the vote that also saw President Julius Maada Bio win a second term.
The historic apology is part of a wider reckoning with colonial histories in the West that have been spurred in recent years by the Black Lives Matter movement.
From Black Lamb to Row 34, the acclaimed Boston seafood chef and restaurateur recommends where travellers should go for the city's best oysters.
Former NFL player and WWE superstar Darren Drozdov has died. He was 54 years old. WWE announced Drozdov’s death Friday, calling him a “gifted athlete” and an “imposing force in the ring.” “Drozdov captivated audiences in the late 1990s with his time spent in the Legion of Doom teaming with Animal and his Droz’s World vignettes,
Henry Cavill finally met his biggest fan at the premiere of season 3 of Netflix’s The Witcher, a TikTok star known as Rory the Frenchie.
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky issued a warning on Saturday about a serious threat to Europe's largest nuclear power plant.
Australia is now the first country to allow psychiatrists to prescribe certain psychedelic substances to patients with depression or post-traumatic stress disorder. Beginning
Marianne Williamson named her third campaign manager in just two months, following a number of recent resignations in her effort to revive her 2024 presidential campaign.
Hold the “Chariots” — a French firefighter has broken the world records for running distance and for time to make 100 meters without oxygen while wearing a protective suit alight with fire, Guinness World Records announced Thursday.
The social-media platform began limiting how many posts users can read, an unusual move that came as owner Elon Musk says he is fighting companies trying to use its data for developing artificial intelligence programs.
In prepared remarks yesterday, President Biden condemned the Supreme Court's decision to dramatically restrict the use of race in
North Carolina's law restricting abortions past 12-weeks officially went into effect on Saturday, following months of legal battles.
A fire Saturday morning at an industrial warehouse in Fredericksburg, Virginia, damaged 19 vehicles, one of which was an all-terrain vehicle.
Hundreds of buildings were set alight as Emmanuel Macron’s government struggled to contain the violence that has engulfed the country since the police killing of a teenager.
The main goal of nations at war, especially when the struggle is desperate, is to win and not necessarily to be nice about achieving that end. That can lead even sympathetic parties fighting for ...
House Foreign Affairs Chairman Michael McCaul (R-TX) demanded answers on Friday from Secretary of State Antony Blinken on the decision to place Iran Special Envoy Rob Malley on leave while reviewing his security clearance.
Former President Donald Trump kicked off the Fourth of July weekend by unleashing a torrent of criticism at President Joe Biden in South Carolina, deriding “crooked Joe” as “grossly incompetent,” “cognitively impaired,
Carowinds, a North Carolina amusement park, has temporarily closed a rollercoaster after a visitor discovered a crack while the ride was in motion.
Building permits for Kardashian’s spaceship-shaped dream home in Palm Springs were not marked approved by the June 29th deadline, the US Sun reported.
All House Democrats Back Bill to Allow Men Who Identify as Women into Women’s Locker Rooms The Supreme Court’s Low Approval Ratings Have Nothing to Do with Its Rulings Test Scores Say Students ...
Okla., unpacks recent warnings from U.S. intelligence officials about China's updated anti-espionage law on 'Fox & Friends Weekend.'
Hicks will return to Yankee Stadium on Monday with the Orioles, with which he is playing regularly and putting up some of his best numbers in years.
Details have emerged in the arrest of Tennessee Titans running back Hassan Haskins, who is alleged to have strangled his girlfriend during an argument.
The Supreme Court struck down affirmative action programs at Harvard University and the University of North Carolina Thursday, ruling that both institutions violated the 14th Amendment as well as
Sen. Lindsey Graham faced an onslaught of booing as he stumped for former President Donald Trump at a rally in his home state of South Carolina on Saturday.
Controversial Boston City Councilor Kendra Lara, 33, crashed her car into a house injuring herself and her 7-year-old son.
Civil rights attorney Richard St. Paul weighs in on U.S. attorney David Weiss writing a letter to House Republicans that said he had 'ultimate authority' in the Hunter Biden investigation on 'Fox News Live.