AP Photo/Jim Urquhart A Yellowstone woman faces criminal charges in connection to an incident in May with a grizzly bear. She was captured taking
WASHINGTON - In their search for tax revenue to pay for Senate's bipartisan infrastructure bill, lawmakers turned to cryptocurrency as a possible
WASHINGTON - The Biden Administration began flying some migrants back to their home country on Friday. This follows a new policy that allowed
Because of concerns about political and legal resistance, employers waited for months to make decisions about vaccine mandates. With renewed pandemic
After the House failed in its attempt to extend the ban, three U.S. agencies extended federal foreclosure-related moratoria to protect renters.
ASHEVILLE -- U.S. House Member Madison Cawthorn was taken by airport police with his gun. He will likely face a federal penalty and lose a special
Topline USA Gymnastics announced Friday that Simone Biles, an American gymnast, will not compete at the Tokyo Olympics in the vault or uneven bars.
GOP Senator Ted Cruz gestures during his fifth day of impeachment trials against former President Donald Trump. This was February 13, 2021. Erin
After Friday's confirmation by the Senate, Ur Jaddou will be the first woman and the first person of Mexican and Arab descent to be sworn into office
This decision does not mean that the F.D.A. has been rescinded. Johnson & Johnson has been granted broad authority to distribute Emergent doses