The man accused of killing 50 people in a mosque in New Zealand last month will face charges for each person he killed in addition to 39 counts of attempted murder.
The massive fire that has been raging at a petrochemical storage facility in Deer Park, Texas since Sunday was finally extinguished early this morning.
California Congressmember Ro Khanna has reintroduced a War Powers Resolution to end the war in Yemen for the third time in as many months.
A report from the Congressional Budget Office shows that the 35-day partial government shutdown cost the U.S. economy $11 billion.
The United States and a handful of other countries are in the process of staging a coup d’etat in Venezuela that threatens the stability of the entire region.
The president is insisting on delivering his State of the Union address despite critical shortages in security staffing due to the government shutdown.
The University of Notre Dame has announced that it will cover all murals depicting Christopher Columbus on its campus.
Tuesday, a Chicago judge acquitted three police officers accused of covering up the murder of then 17-year-old Laquan McDonald in 2014.
The administration’s attempt to add a citizenship question to the 2020 census has been blocked by a New York City federal judge.
The Tornillo tent camp which up until recently held thousands of immigrant children has been shut down.