• 05-17 2:39 PM
A federal judge sentenced David DePape to 30
  • 05-17 8:22 PM
On Thursday, a catastrophic series of storms with
  • 05-18 12:04 PM
Three individuals lost their lives in western New
  • 05-18 1:40 PM
The Los Angeles County Department of Public
  • 05-14 10:50 AM
Emergency officials reported on Tuesday that a
  • 05-16 1:56 PM
President Joe Biden’s national security adviser,
  • 05-17 2:39 PM
A federal judge sentenced David DePape to 30
  • 05-17 8:22 PM
On Thursday, a catastrophic series of storms with
  • 05-18 12:04 PM
Three individuals lost their lives in western New
  • 05-18 1:40 PM
The Los Angeles County Department of Public
  • 04-21 11:48 AM
Authorities are probing the tragic shooting death
  • 04-23 7:45 PM
Nancy Pelosi, the former House Speaker, expressed
  • 04-20 1:37 PM
President Joe Biden signed a bill on Saturday
  • 05-9 10:43 AM
Hunter Biden's federal gun indictment was upheld
  • 05-2 1:05 PM
The Department of Agriculture announced on
  • 05-3 11:18 AM
Last month, job growth in the US significantly
  • 05-7 3:58 PM
The Biden administration has instructed the
  • 05-14 10:50 AM
Emergency officials reported on Tuesday that a
  • 05-16 1:56 PM
President Joe Biden’s national security adviser,
  • 05-17 2:39 PM
A federal judge sentenced David DePape to 30

Justice

05-5 3:28 PM

7 injured, 4 critical in Long Beach shooting

Police authorities stated that seven men sustained injuries after gunfire erupted in the parking lot of a Long Beach nightclub, in what they believe
04-29 8:16 PM

In a North Carolina home siege, four officers were shot and killed, and four

Authorities said one deputy US Marshal and two local task force officers were shot and murdered while serving a warrant at a Charlotte, North
04-8 1:01 PM

Police report that a shooter and two victims have died at a Las Vegas law office

The Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department reported that two individuals were killed in a shooting at a law office in the Summerlin area of Las
04-6 1:15 PM

2 dead, 7 injured, including police officer in Miami-Dade County shooting

Two people were killed and seven injured in an early Saturday bar shooting in a popular Miami neighborhood outdoor mall.
03-24 9:15 PM

Five injured and one dead after a shooting outside an Indianapolis bar

A shooting broke out outside a bar early on Sunday morning, leaving one person dead and five others—including an off-duty Indianapolis Metro police

Economy

05-3 11:18 AM

In April, the US economy added a meager 175,000 jobs

Last month, job growth in the US significantly decelerated, with only 175,000 positions created in April, as per data released by the Bureau of Labor
01-3 7:18 PM

The $34 trillion US national debt is a record

The US government's debt has surpassed $34 trillion for the first time, just weeks before Congress must agree on new federal funding plans.
12-15 3:48 PM

The Congressional Budget Office predicts lower inflation and increased

Updated economic predictions for the next two years by the Congressional Budget Office showed Friday that inflation will nearly reach the Federal
12-9 9:59 PM

In November, the United States added 199,000 jobs, and the unemployment rate

Payrolls expanded even faster than anticipated in November, and the unemployment rate decreased amid indications of a faltering economy, suggesting
12-5 9:27 PM

US job opportunities cool, reaching a low not seen since March 2021

After increasing interest rates, U.S. firms advertised 8.7 million job postings in October, the fewest since March 2021, indicating that hiring is

Politics

05-16 1:56 PM

Jake Sullivan Meets Representatives of Nations with Citizens Detained by Hamas

President Joe Biden’s national security adviser, Jake Sullivan had his face, to face meeting this week with ambassadors and diplomatic
05-9 10:43 AM

Hunter Biden’s gun trial won’t be stopped by an appeals court

Hunter Biden's federal gun indictment was upheld by a federal appeals court Thursday, setting up Delaware trial next month.
05-8 10:33 AM

According to RFK Jr., the worm "got into my brain and ate a portion of

On Wednesday, The New York Times reported that independent presidential candidate Robert F. Kennedy Jr. had a series of health issues, including a
05-3 11:44 AM

Rep. Henry Cuellar of Texas and his spouse have been charged with bribery and

The Justice Department unveiled an indictment on Friday against long-serving Representative Henry Cuellar, a Democrat from Texas, and his wife,
04-29 6:18 PM

A former NSA employee who sold secrets to an FBI agent faces nearly 22 years in

A former Colorado National Security Agency employee was sentenced Monday to nearly 22 years in federal prison for trying to sell American secrets to

Immigration

04-10 9:16 PM

A bill authorizing the arrest of certain migrants is signed by the governor of

On Wednesday, Iowa Gov. Kim Reynolds signed a bill banning people from entering the state if they were denied entrance or deported.
03-27 1:10 PM

An appeals court in Texas puts on hold a controversial immigration law

A contentious Texas statute permitting state officials to apprehend and detain individuals suspected of illegally entering the country will remain
03-18 8:45 PM

Texas immigration law is placed on temporary hold by the Supreme Court

A new Texas immigration legislation that is being contested by the Biden administration was temporarily blocked by the Supreme Court on Monday.
02-28 4:26 PM

Mayor Eric Adams of New York City wants local police and federal immigration

New York City Mayor Eric Adams is poised to overturn decades-long sanctuary city regulations that prohibit local law enforcement from cooperating
01-26 10:14 PM

Biden vows in a bipartisan measure to "shut down" the border if given

When the border is "overwhelmed," President Joe Biden promised on Friday to stop crossings if Congress passes bipartisan immigration